GARNOME Preview Six: "The Dutch Finger"

GARNOME Preview Six: "The Dutch Finger"

GARNOME 0.9.5 - the bad-ass, bleeding edge GNOME distribution for testers
and tweakers everywhere - is ready for more tire-kicking and bug-bashing. If
you're dying to try the GNOME 2.0 Desktop, but don't want to fall into the
depraved addictions and co-dependencies of testing from anonymous CVS, then
GARNOME is for you.


So, there have been a couple of unnannounced releases between Preview Five
and Six, mostly because Beta 4 and the snapshot were so close together. This
combined release is great though; certainly worth checking out and testing.
You can find help on bug reporting and related issues in #bugs on

GARNOME is starting to have a life and image of its own - check out the new
splash screen! More crazy GARNOME action in upcoming releases.

What is The Dutch Finger?

You expect me to be unmysterious about the release names *now*? Ha ha. [large] [small]

What's New?

  - Based on G2D Beta 4 and snapshot 20020501. Too many updates to list. :-)

  - Now includes gtk-engines and gnome-vfs-extras, both part of the GNOME
    2.0 Desktop, but without tarball releases until now.

  - New GStreamer and RhythmBox releases. These kick so much arse.

  - Purdy new "Thank You!" splash screen.

Where do I get it?

The tarball and documentation is available on the GARNOME website:

Happy Testing!

- Jeff

             Toothpaste is the most important meal of the day.              

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