The Rebellin Linux project has announced the launch of Rebellin Linux 3. The new release of the Debian-based desktop distribution features updates to the GNOME and MATE desktop environments as well as new fonts and new hardware support courtesy of an updated Linux kernel, version 4.5. “Building a stable system on Debian Sid that’s reliable for day to day usage is hard. It took me quite a while this time. But I’m immensely happy with the result. Here’s Rebellin Linux v3. With the latest and greatest software from Debian. It’s fast, reliable and got all you need for a great multimedia experience. List of updates: GNOME Shell upgraded to v3.20, MATE version upgraded to v1.12, kernel upgraded to v4.5…” In addition, Bluetooth support has been added to the MATE edition and the project features a user manual. A complete list of changes, new features and screen shots can be found in the distribution’s release announcement. Download (MD5) (pkglist): rebellin3Gnome_64bit.iso (1,587MB), rebellin3Mate_64bit.iso (1,659MB).
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About Rebellin Rebellin Linux is a beginner-friendly desktop Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux. The project offers two separate editions – “Synergy” which is based on Debian’s latest stable version and “Adrenalin” which is derived from Debian’s unstable branch. Both editions provide a highly customised GNOME 3 desktop user interface. Starting with version 2.5, a MATE desktop environment option has also become available.
Rebellin Summary Distribution Rebellin Linux Home Page http://www.therebellin.com/ Mailing Lists — User Forums https://therebellin.com/rebellin-linux-forums/ Alternative User Forums LinuxQuestions.org Documentation — Screenshots — Screencasts Download Mirrors https://therebellin.com/download-rebellin-linux/ • Bug Tracker — Related Websites Reviews 1.00: DistroWatch
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