austrumi 1.4.0 has been released

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  1. iceni60

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    austrumi has a new release; it is one of the best linux distros around - very light and fast with a great selection of programs, i really like it. itš under 50MB so most people should be able to download it in a few minutes.

    when it boots up it loads everything into memory, then ejects the cd, that means you can use the cd for something else like recovering files from a broken system.
    http://cyti.latgola.lv/ruuni/index_en.html

    itš great, however, there are two problems i have with it -

    1, i had to manually configure a setting to get the DCHP working to connect to the internet. (i clicked the network icon near the clock, confirmed the eth0 selection (thatš the first ethernet connection it finds and should be correct for anyone using ethernet. then i selected DHCP, and thatš it - the internet started working) :cool:

    2, the other problem i have is the locale settings being in Latvian. thatš abit of a problem for me because i didnt do that one in school so i cant find the part in the menu to change it :oops:

    other then that itš great. :D

    you can use this prgram to burn the iso image which is the format it comes in (for windows)
    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/burncdcc.html
     
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    i haven't used DSL for a while, but i didn't like it when i last tried it. the reason i like austrumi so much is i like all the packages it uses. each release seems to have alot of changes, but i still like it.
     
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    i just saw this -
    from here -
    http://www.linuxtechdaily.com/2007/03/review-austrumi-linux/
     
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