Zenwalk GNOME 7.0 is released! | Screenshots Tour

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Zenwalk GNOME 7.0 is released!.  Based on GNOME 2.32.1. Zenwalk GNOME 7.0 is the last step before going to GNOME 3.0. Zenwalk GNOME keeps the same way as the standard Zenwalk edition, a clean and clear desktop. Hal support is removed, NetworkManager is preferred instead of wicd, Rhythmbox is also introduced as the default music player and CD grabber, Viewnior is used as a fast and quick viewer of pictures, and Simple Scan replaces XSane to scan documents.

As usual, most packages have been updated to the latest stable version: NetworkManager 0.8.4, gedit 2.30.4, Nautilus 2.32.2.1, Rhythmbox 0.13.3, Viewnior 1.1, Simple Scan 2.32.0.2, gThumb 2.12.3, LibreOffice 3.3.1, Linux kernel 2.6.37.4 with BFS scheduler and performance tweaks

About Zenwalk:

Zenwalk Linux (formerly Minislack) is a Slackware-based GNU/Linux operating system with a goal of being slim and fast by using only one application per task and with focus on graphical desktop and multimedia usage. Zenwalk features the latest Linux technology along with a complete programming environment and libraries to provide an ideal platform for application programmers. Zenwalk’s modular approach also provides a simple way to convert Zenwalk Linux into a finely-tuned modern server (e.g. LAMP, messaging, file sharing).

 

Download Zenwalk Gnome:

You can use the following mirrors to download Zenwalk:

http://zen-repo.meticul.eu/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso
ftp://ftp.nux.ipb.pt/pub/dists/zenwalk/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso
http://ftp.nux.ipb.pt/pub/dists/zenwalk/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso
http://chronos.iut-bm.univ-fcomte.fr/distributions/zenwalk/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso
ftp://mirrors.evolva.ro/zenwalk/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso
http://mirrors.evolva.ro/zenwalk/i486/zenwalk-gnome-7.0/zenwalk-gnome-7.0.iso

 

Screenshots Tour:

 

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