Linux Lite 1.0.2 Amethyst Final for 32bit with Pae support has been released.
Download from here - Linux Lite 1.0.2 Finalmd5sum:
Torrent from here - linux-lite-1.0.2-i386.iso.torrentHash:
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The Live USB/DVD/VirtualBox/Vmware user is: root
there is no password
The image can be written to a 2gb or larger USB stick, or a writable DVD.
Alternatively, you can use the dd command: sudo dd if=linux-lite-1.0.2-i386.iso of=/dev/sdx bs=1M
' is the letter of your usb stick.
In linux to find out the letter of your usb stick, open a terminal and type: df -h It is usually listed as 'media' or similar.Recommended Hardware/Minimal System requirements:
700 MHz processor+
512 MiB RAM+
5 GB of hard-drive space+
VGA capable of 1024x768 screen resolution
Either a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the isoRelease announcement:
Proud to announce the release of Linux Lite 1.0.2 Amethyst Final for 32bit with Pae. With a number of enhancements, changes and additions Linux Lite 1.0.2 is smaller, leaner and has capitalized on the fantastic feedback it has received from the global computing community to produce a step up from the previous version.Changelog:
All system software updated.
Kernel 188.8.131.52 pae
Reduced size of iso by maximizing compression of filesystem. (the iso for 1.0.2 is approx. 150mb smaller than 1.0.0)
Added LibreOffice Impress.
Added ability to 'dd' the iso file.
Added tooltips for applications.
Added support for Vmware.
Added libopenal1 for extra sound support.
Added keyboard shortcuts:
Super key(Windows key)+h opens home folder.
Ctrl+Alt+t opens a terminal.
PrintScreen key opens the Screenshot tool.
Fixed bug where laptops unplugged from mains power source lost use of USB mouse.
Fixed LibreOffice interface theme.
Renamed 'Mixer' in Multimedia Menu to 'Audio Mixer'.
Updated Help & Support Manual.
New default wallpaper.Get you Linux Lite signature bar from here
- http://www.linuxdistrocommunity.com/forums/thread-368.htmlQuestions about this release:1. How do I upgrade from 1.0.0?
To be perfectly honest, if you are happy with 1.0.0 and it does everything that you need it to, there is no need to upgrade. Unless there are features in the changelog above that you need. There is no actual 'upgrade' procedure. If you want to use 1.0.2, you will have to do a fresh install.2. What makes this different from the last release?
Other than the above mentioned additions in the changelog, the main difference between 1.0.2 and 1.0.0 is community feedback. Without that, I would not have been able to make 1.0.2 so much better. Thank you to all those that gave feedback, thanks to you, this is a better release.3. Why release so soon after the first version?
It's an opportunity for the developer to listen to the community, and incorporate the best suggestions from that pool of feedback and enhance upon the first release. The first version had a small group of people (a few dozen) providing input and ideas. With a public release, we have a pool of potentially 1000's of people from which feedback can come from. This can only strengthen future releases.4. Whats on the horizon for future Linux Lite releases?
Very basically, a Games
entry in the Menu
with a selection of linux games, and anything else that comes in from the community that fits the goals of this operating system. The future remains open and full of possibilities whilst remaining true to the core goals of Linux Lite - simplicity, performance and freedom.
Thank you to all those of you who have tried Linux Lite. We remain focused on our goal as a community to show existing Windows users that a linux based operating system is more than capable of doing those everyday computing tasks quickly and easily such as internet, email, social chat, photos and games.Credits:
Ethenyl for the background, torrent set up Optichip, initial torrent seeders - Preecher, Optichip, Oscailt, setkeh, and the community as a whole for their continued support :)
Jerry Bezencon (Valtam)