Russian furs release beta remix of Ubuntu
Posted by GreenReaper (Laurence Parry) on Thu 4 Feb 2010 - 21:06 —
Edited as of Sun 24 Jul 2011 - 22:16
A team led by Russian WikiFur administrator Shnatsel have released the first beta of a furry-themed version of Linux distribution Ubuntu.
The collaboration includes a boot skin, several wallpapers by Kosh (Alexander Faolchu), icons, a Metacity themes, a GIMP splash screen, and eight sets of smilies. A full GTK+ theme and logon screen are scheduled for future builds.
A prior effort to create such a distribution — Furbuntu — appears to have stalled in 2008.
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Well does anything else come with it though?
Yes - the Ubuntu software itself. :-)
...I'm going to wait till more programs are added.
Already saw this system. Well... It looks nice. :3
Looks like it's time to learn to use Linux.
A finished 9.10 remix is released.
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