Super OS 9.10 - Karmic Koala with Muscles

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  Super OS 9.10

Hacktolive.org announced today, December 29th, yet another version of their Ubuntu-based Linux distribution... with "super powers." Super OS 9.10 (formerly known as Super Ubuntu) includes patches, tools and technologies that are missing from a standard Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) default installation. Among the applications present in the brand-new Super OS 9.10 we can notice powerful web browsers such as Google Chrome and Opera; a version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser with the Moonlight and Flash plugins; the VLC player with support for DVD playback and most of today's video and audio formats; a Live USB creator; support for portable applications thanks to the powerful and amazing RUNZ and App Runner utilities, developed by Hacktolive.org.

Differences from Ubuntu 9.10:

· Included over 169 updates for Ubuntu 9.10;

· Added VLC media player, with support for DVD playback, MP3, QuickTime, RealVideo, Windows Media Video, Flash Video, DivX, XviD, and many more;

· Added Adobe Flash Player and Novell Moonlight support in Mozilla Firefox;

· Added aMSN instant messenger (MSN protocol);

· Added Opera and Google Chrome web browsers;

· Added Skype VoIP and chat client;

· Support for portable applications (powered by RUNZ);

· Added App Runner to run programs easier;

· Added File mounter to easily mount tar.gz, zip, rar or iso archives;

· Added support for NTFS filesystems;

· Added Sun Java plugin;

· Added Ubuntu Tweak utility to easily customize your Ubuntu desktop;

· Added GParted application to easily partition your hard drives;

· Disabled system beep;

· Added software repository;

· Added cd2usb, a Live USB creator;

· Included some KDE and QT libraries for easier deployment of programs and portable applications.

Super OS 9.10 is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala), it is available only as Live DVD of 1.1 GB in size and can be downloaded right now from Softpedia.

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By    29 Dec 2009, 15:01 GMT