AnitaOS - A DIY Distro - You build it yourself

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    yep low on resources and high in features. There is now also a static libs version of Abiword 2.66 which opens .docx files with plugins statically built in.
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    AnitaOS is now on the Distrowatch waiting list
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    Great job and good luck! I hope the day comes that AnitaOS becomes very popular. You need to try to get a development team and some followers. Then, AnitaOS can prosper. I will try to recommend it to more people.
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    Well if it wasn't for your support Devyn I probably would have given up to be honest and also your excellent artwork as well.

    There has been good days and bad - but it is worth it.
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    Announcing a new cooking iso with xorg 7.5 instead of 7.31 is ready for download. As usual the browser is a separate download but options are included in the same folder as the iso
    here:http://sourceforge.net/projects/anitaos/files/Anitaos/Isos Cooking 21 02 2014/
    The iso is here:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/anitaos/files/Anitaos/Isos Cooking 21 02 2014/anitaos(SMP)(Xorg7.5).iso/download

    I often make cooking iso's to try new ideas and upgrades before committing them to the LTS stable ones.

    Newer Xorg seems to work better with the B______________ awful Via video card in my AMD Sempron 3000+ SR1300AN Compaq Presario.
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    Now added a Puppy 4.32 based 2.6.30.5 smp based iso - the reason is this is better supported for newer wireless drivers than the AnitaOS smp iso. It is what I am now using myself and for a woof based build is very stable. For non SMP machines the non-SMP is still a good choice as it works with RTL8192CU for example and its older 2.6.25.16 kernel is ideal for really retro machines.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/anitaos/files/latest/download
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