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Former Fuduntu team now developing Cloverleaf add-on for OpenSuSE Linux

The team behind the discontinued Fuduntu Linux distribution are shifting their focus yet again. Earlier this year the team announced plans to stop developing Fuduntu due to declining support for GNOME 2 and GTK2. Instead they had hoped to build a new operating system called Cloverleaf that would be based on OpenSUSE. Now it looks […]

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Fuduntu Linux is dead, bulk of team moves to Cloverleaf Linux project

It was just a few weeks ago that the developers of the Fuduntu Linux operating system announced plans to cease development and move on to other things by the end of the year. Now the team has moved up the schedule, and Fuduntu is effectively dead. Much of the team behind the operating system has […]

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Fuduntu Linux discontinued, team plans to move onto a new distro

Fuduntu is a Linux-based operating system designed to offer the ease-of-use of Ubuntu and the stability of Fedora. The operating system has been around for a few years, and gained a bit of attention recently by adding support for Steam games and Netflix video. Fuduntu has also long been available in netbook-friendly flavors. But the […]

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Fuduntu 2013.2 Linux released, comes in full and “lite” editions

Fuduntu is a Linux-based operating system that straddles the line between Fedora and Ubuntu. The OS uses the RPM package management system found in Fedora, but takes design and usability cues from Ubuntu. The operating system started out a few years ago as a netbook-friendly OS. But it’s grown quite a bit in recent years, […]

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Fuduntu 2013.1 now available with Netflix and Steam support

Fuduntu 2013.1 is now available for download, and there are plenty of reasons to take it for a spin. Along with a lengthy list of improvements a bug fixes, there a few key features that make the latest version of Fuduntu an interesting option for both existing and prospective Linux users. The distro’s sleek interface […]

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Fuduntu OS for netbooks now supports Flash 10.2, Google Chromium

Fuduntu is a light weight operating system designed for netbooks and other portable computers. The operating system is based on Fedora Linux, but as the name suggests it should feel reasonably familiar to Ubuntu Linux users as well. This weekend Fuduntu 14.9 was released, bringing support for Google’s Chromium 9 web browser and the Adobe […]

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Fuduntu: Fedora Linux remix designed for netbooks

Earlier this month the folks behind the Fedora Linux distribution released Fedora 14 with a number of new features including MeeGo technology to improve performance on netbooks and other devices with low power processors and small screens. But Fewt, the guy behind the Jupiter power management applet for Linux netbooks, decided to go a bit […]