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Dreamlinux 2.2 MME — when dreams come true

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Dreamlinux is an operating system that boots from a Live-CD with the option to install on a hard drive as well. Dreamlinux is not just another Live-CD based on Debian, it’s not another distro coming with XFCE 4.4. Dreamlinux 2.2 MME is a polished multimedia system from which Xubuntu developers could really learn a lot and which has the potential to demolish Windows Multimedia Center as far as the functionality is concerned. This review concerns Dreamlinux 2.2 Multimedia Edition.

Let’s start the adventure!

The first thing to do is to download the ISO and burn it on a CD. If that was successful, we can put the CD in our drive and boot the live system to see what it has to offer. The OS comes with 3 localizations: English, German and French. If you don’t know any of these languages, better look for another distro Smile

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