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The Robolinux project has announced the availability of a new stable release of the project’s Robolinux Raptor series. The new release, Robolinux 8.4, is available in Cinnamon, LXDE, MATE and LXDE flavours and features several privacy and anti-malware tools. “All Robolinux Raptor 8.4 editions are based on 100% rock-solid current Debian 8 stable source code running the newest 3.16 Linux kernel plus over 180 important upstream security and application updates. We also included the newest Firefox 45 and Thunderbird 38.7, Tor Browser, VirtualBox and replaced all of our 32-bit end-of-life Google Chrome with Chromium. As usual all four of the upgraded 32-bit and 64-bit Robolinux editions are loaded with many popular user applications, such as I2P, many popular multimedia programs, Kazam screencaster, Google Chrome, Google Earth, Skype, VirtualBox….” A list of changes and available security tools can be found in the distribution’s release announcement. Download (MD5, pkglist): robolinux64-live-cinnamon-v8.4.iso (2,048MB), robolinux64-live-lxde-v8.4.iso (1,938MB), robolinux64-live-mate-v8.4.iso (1,925MB), robolinux64-live-xfce-v8.4.iso (2,040MB).
Robolinux is a user-friendly and intuitive operating system based on the latest stable release of Debian GNU/Linux. One of the project’s more interesting features is the availability of a pre-configured virtual machine support pack with Windows XP or Windows 7 – a VirtualBox setup which allows the user to install and run the Windows operating system seamlessly alongside Robolinux. This is an optional add-on that must be purchased from the project’s online store. Robolinux offers free-to-try live desktop media, however the project charges a fee for downloading the distribution’s system installer.
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The Robolinux project has announced the availability of a new release of their commercial, Debian-based distribution. The latest version, Robolinux 8.3, includes several new multimedia applications, including Photo Filmstrip, Spotify, Blender, OpenShot and Pinta. Robolinux 8.3 also ships with Wireshark for monitoring network traffic. Additional wi-fi and printer drivers were added while Popcorntime was removed from the list of applications. “As the Christmas and holiday season was approaching Robolinux polled its user base extensively asking `What hot new apps do you want in Robolinux Cinnamon, Mate, Xfce & LXDE Raptors?’ An overwhelming number of users responded with “We want more multimedia and privacy apps in Robolinux”. Interestingly many users asked for a packet sniffer to monitor their privacy amongst other things.” Further information on this release can be found in the project’s release announcement. Downloads (MD5) (pkglist): robolinux64-live-lxde-v8.3.iso (1,897MB), robolinux64-live-xfce-v8.3.iso (2,036MB), robolinux64-live-mate-v8.3.iso (1,887MB), robolinux64-live-cinnamon-v8.3.iso (2,010MB).John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 8.2, an updated build of the project’s commercial distribution which features a virtual machine for running the Windows operating system inside Linux: “Robolinux is extremely pleased and excited to announce its new faster Robolinux Raptor Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce 32-bit and 64-bit 8.2 based on the 100% rock-solid Debian 8.2 stable source code sporting Debian’s improved 3.16 Linux kernel. Non-stop time and effort went into finding ways to significantly speed up and optimize all three of our upgraded Robolinux Raptor series versions so that Linux beginners and advanced users will be very pleased. As usual the trio of Robolinux Raptor operating systems are loaded with many popular user applications, such the newest Tor browser, i2P, Firefox, Thunderbird, Kazam screencaster, Google Chrome, Google Earth, Skype and VirtualBox plus 12 incredibly powerful security and privacy applications to keep our users safe.” Visit the distribution’s SourceForge page to read the full release announcement. Download (MD5): robolinux64-live-cinnamon-v8.2.iso (2,038MB), robolinux64-live-mate-v8.2.iso (1,916MB), robolinux64-live-xfce-v8.2.iso (2,035MB).John Martinson has announced the release of the latest variant of Robolinux, a commercial Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux and featuring a pre-configured VirtualBox: “Announcing a brand-new Robolinux “Xfce Raptor” 8.1 LTS 2020. Robolinux is very pleased and excited to announce its absolutely brand new ‘fast as greased lightning” Robolinux ‘Xfce Raptor’ Version 8.1 LTS 2020 based on 100% rock-solid Debian 8 stable source code with the 3.16 Linux kernel. It is loaded with many popular user applications such the newest, Tor browser, i2P, Firefox, Thunderbird, Kazam screencaster, Google Chrome, Google Earth, Skype and VirtualBox 4.30, plus 12 incredibly powerful security and privacy applications to keep our users safe. The 32-bit edition uses only 185 MB of RAM. It has far better graphics and audio quality, boots up and runs much faster than our Debian 7-based Xfce edition and is also compatible with newer hardware, drivers and most notably the Intel Haswell chipset.” Visit the project’s release page on SourceForge to read the full release announcement. Download: robolinux64-live-xfce-v8.1.iso (1,996MB, MD5).The developers of Robolinux, a desktop distribution based on Debian, have announced the release of a new edition of Robolinux featuring the MATE desktop environment. The new release, Robolinux 8.1 “MATE”, requires less memory than Robolinux’s Cinnamon edition. “Robolinux is very pleased and excited to announce its brand new lightning fast Robolinux `Mate Raptor’ V8.1 LTS 2020 OS which is based on the rock solid Debian 8 stable source code with the 3.16 Linux kernel. It uses 210 MB less RAM than our Cinnamon version. Custom scripts can be added to the Caja file manager to speed up your productivity. It has far better graphics quality, boots up and runs much faster than our Debian 7 versions and is also compatible with newer hardware, drivers and most notably the Intel Haswell chipset. The Robolinux ‘Mate Raptor’ user interface is extremely fast, quite beautiful and very easy to use. A tremendous amount of time and effort went into optimizing and tweaking Robolinux ‘MATE Raptor’ v8.1 so that Linux beginners and advanced users will be very pleased.” Further information is available on the project’s website. Download: robolinux64-live-mate-v8.1.iso (1,878MB, MD5).John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 8.1, a major new release of the distribution that features an optional (and commercial) virtual machine pack for running Windows alongside Robolinux. This is the first version based on Debian GNU/Linux 8 “Jessie”, with the only available desktop environment being Cinnamon. From the release announcement: “Robolinux is pleased and excited to announce its brand new Robolinux ‘Cinnamon Raptor’ version 8.1 LTS 2020 OS which is based on the rock-solid Debian 8 stable source code sporting the 3.16 Linux kernel. It has far better graphics and audio quality, boots up and runs much faster than Debian 7 and is also compatible with newer hardware, drivers and most notably the Intel Haswell chipset. Robolinux Cinnamon Raptor user interface is extremely fast, beautiful and very easy to use. An enormous amount of time and effort went into optimizing and tweaking Robolinux so that Linux beginners and advanced users will be very pleased. For example we fixed the Debian 8.1 update notifier issue. As usual, both the 32-bit and 64-bit variants come with dozens of one-click WiFi, video and printer driver installers. A completely new Stealth VM was written capable of running Windows 10 virus-free inside Robolinux.” Download the live DVD image from here: robolinux64-live-cinnamon-v8.1.iso (1,993MB).John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 7.9.2, the latest update of the project’s Debian-based distribution featuring an optional (and commercial) virtual machine pack for running Windows seamlessly alongside Robolinux: “Robolinux is pleased to announce version 7.9.2 LTS (until 2018) ‘X12+ Privacy & Security’ which has many enhancements, plus maintenance and upstream security updates, the newest VirtualBox, Firefox and Thunderbird versions as well as three exceptional new applications. After releasing ‘Apex X12 Privacy & Security’ in version 7.9.1 May 1st, 2015, we asked our users what enhancements and new applications they would like added to Robolinux. They said: ‘We would like the Robolinux 7 series to have long-term support and we want a download manager, a better text editor and a better screen-capture program. The result is version 7.9.2 which will now be supported through 2018 and we added the following applications: Uget downloader manager, Shutter screen capture and Medit.” See the project’s SourceForge page to read the rest of the release announcement. Download (MD5): robolinux64-live-gnome-v7.9.2.iso (2,029MB), robolinux64-live-kde-v7.9.2.iso (1,997MB), robolinux64-live-lxde-v7.9.2.iso (1,643MB), robolinux64-live-xfce-v7.9.2.iso (1,834MB). John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 7.9.1, the new stable version of the project’s Debian-based distribution which comes with an optional virtual machine pack capable of running Windows and Windows applications: “The new Robolinux 7.9.1 release, ‘Apex X12 Privacy & Security!’, which has two more privacy and security applications added into all eight Robolinux GNOME, KDE Xfce and LXDE 32-bit and 64-bit 7.9.1 variants: the Invisible Internet Project (I2P) and RootKit Check. For the last three months Robolinux has been building an arsenal of privacy and security applications into all eight of its operating systems. These new versions are a direct result of our users asking for more privacy and security applications. Robolinux version 7.9.1 also added rcconf which allows you to remove any unnecessary memory-resident services from running when you boot up Robolinux. The result is Linux will run even faster. In addition, 7.9.1 also has the newest VirtualBox 4.3.26 and Firefox 37.0.1.” See the project’s SourceForge page to read the release announcement. Download (MD5) links (pkglist): robolinux64-live-gnome-v7.9.1.iso (2,023MB), robolinux64-live-kde-v7.9.1.iso (1,992MB), robolinux64-live-lxde-v7.9.1.iso (1,638MB), robolinux64-live-xfce-v7.9.1.iso (1,829MB).John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 7.8.3, the latest update of the beginner-friendly distribution based on Debian’s stable branch: “Robolinux is very pleased to announce ‘Ultra X10 Privacy and Security!’ built into all eight Robolinux GNOME, KDE, Xfce and LXDE 32-bit and 64-bit editions which include the following new powerful privacy and security applications: Tor anonymous browser, Tor anonymous chat, a new Robolinux application called ‘Stealth Text Vault’; BleachBit data scrubber; PGP email encryption for Thunderbird. Unfortunately privacy and security on the Internet are turning into a complete nightmare, so Robolinux has taken serious action. All eight of these new releases are a direct result of our users asking for more privacy and security applications after we released 7.8.2 on February 22nd which had JonDo anonymous encrypted browsing, KeePass for encrypting all passwords….” Visit the project’s SourceForge page to read the full release announcement. Download (MD5) links (pkglist): robolinux64-gnome-v7.8.3.iso (2,024MB), robolinux64-kde-v7.8.3.iso (1,992MB), robolinux64-lxde-v7.8.3.iso (1,638MB), robolinux64-xfce-v7.8.3.iso (1,829MB).
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