Re: Vinux 3.2 Released!

Great work!
Is there a more accurate way to download this other than http? torrent for example.
What about a USB edition?

David Sexton
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On 6/27/2011 11:44 PM, Tony Sales wrote:
I am happy to announce the release of Vinux 3.2 based on Ubuntu 11.04 - this is a cutting edge release featuring the latest versions of Orca (3.1.2-xdesktop) and Speech-Dispatcher (0.8~2784+13~maverick1) from the daily build repos. This version is available as CD and DVD in both 32 and 64 bit. The DVD version provides the same software as the CD but with the addition of libreoffice and some non-free multimedia codecs etc. The default desktop is Classic Gnome 2.x but Unity is available from the GDM login screen if your video card supports 3D. This release includes the Pico TTS voices in addition to Espeak, the Epiphany Internet Browser and built-in keybindings to quickly organise multiple windows with x-tile. It also features some new packages including Orca-Teacher, Talking Clock and CDBurn. This version also plays a system bell when the isolinux boot screen appears allowing you to select different boot options including an experimental 'toram' mode.
Size: 665MB
md5sum: 9c06b253f6826a03265d4b79e87c7b
7d  Vinux-3.2-i386-CD.iso
Size: 689MB
md5sum: ed4931b944b8b4e0b142dff46590a17c  Vinux-3.2-amd64-CD.iso
Size: 1GB
md5sum: 6ff7a4cc10aab7c7ecf4bb1fe9cfef37  Vinux-3.2-i386-DVD.iso
Size: 967MB
md5sum: a63c1a6c27195be76bd13d1f1d3d7923  Vinux-3.2-amd64-DVD.iso

Additional Release Information for the Vinux Website etc.

There is also a Vinux 3.2 PLUS edition which features lots of extra packages for partially sighted users:
Size 2.6GB
Size: 2.7GB
md5sum: 5bb475310d1bd877bfd2da584d51f998

I have managed to fit more text tools on the CD edition including: sox gpm screen splitvt figlet cmatrix txt2html html2text pdf2svg pstotext units mc trash-cli vrms dict sc htop linuxinfo w3m elinks-lite urlview finch axel calcurse tdl.

Known Bugs:

Selecting the Cicero speech synth will crash Orca and you will have to run: orca -t to reset everything back to the way it was. So do not select Cicero.

The x-tile keybinding to 'quad' tile open windows was set to 'win+alt+v' by accident - to correct this open the keyboard shortcuts manager and re-assign it to 'win+alt+q' - then the vertical tile option will work as well (win+alt+v).

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