Ubuntu-based Mepis Linux v6.0 available for download

One of the best live cd based distro Mepis has released version 6.0.

This version is based on the Dapper LTS package pool Dapper LTS package pool.

From the announce list, “SimplyMEPIS 6.0 is a complete and safe desktop environment designed to meet the needs of everyday computer users. SimplyMEPIS offers advanced hardware autodetection, multimedia integration, and an easy to use installer. Featured software includes KDE 3.5.3, Kontact 1.2.3, OpenOffice 2.0.2, Firefox 1.5.0.4, Thunderbird 1.5.0.4, RealPlayer 10.0.7, as well as hundreds of other top quality applications. SimplyMEPIS 6.0 runs the latest security patched 2.6.15 Linux kernel from Ubuntu-Security.

Read more at: mepis.org

Download: Mepis Linux v6.0


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2 comments… add one
  • Marc Jul 22, 2006 @ 16:59

    How is MEPIS different from Ubuntu? It sounds like it uses KDE and includes things like MP3 codecs and stuff? Any other differences?

  • 🐧 nixCraft Jul 22, 2006 @ 18:20

    Marc,

    My previous experience with Mepis was quite good. It was stable system and good hardware detection (or tweaks). Now them just made it better with large application pool.

    This is may be to avoid switch to Ubuntu Live CD.

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