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[News] gNewSense 2.3 Released, Put on USB, Reviewed

  • Subject: [News] gNewSense 2.3 Released, Put on USB, Reviewed
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 11:52:12 +0100
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gNewSense 2.3 released!

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| The gNewSense project is pleased to announce version 2.3 of its 100% 
| FSF Free GNU/Linux distribution, in the form of a point update to the 
| release codenamed âdeltahâ.


Pen Drive GNU/Linux - GnewSense

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| Here is an how to for booting GnewSense from usb drive. GNewSense is a 
| complete Free Operating System and is recommended by Free Software 
| Foundation (FSF). It is derived from Ubuntu. The current version is 
| 2.2 as of writing this post. Since the proprietary components are 
| removed from the Kernel (Linux) and the OS it boots much faster.


Break Free with gNewSense 2.3

,----[ Quote ]
| I installed gNewSense and have taken these screenshots to share in 
| hopes a few users will give it a shot.



The Freedom Maintainers Rocking Ahead

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| How far, then, has gNewSense come? According to Paulâs message, one of the
| main goals of the project was to prove two points:
|    1. That Free software works
|    2. That non-free software âcan bite you hard and should not be runâ


gNewSense 2.2 released

,----[ Quote ]
| This release features the return of 3D acceleration -- as free software.


Enter gNewSense - the free Ubuntu

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| By using gNewSense you can show that the freedom of the software you use is
| truly important to you. Hardware manufacturers can thereby be motivated to
| provide free drivers and firmware for their products and to allow
| transparency and innovation in this area of software production in the
| process. In addition, you can show the mother projects of gNewSense, Debian
| and Ubuntu, that you want to stick to principles and contracts consistently
| and are not content with phony exceptions.

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