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GeckoLinux releases Pantheon and Budgie editions

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The GeckoLinux project is pleased to announce the addition of the Pantheon and Budgie desktop environments to its lineup. Both desktop environments are offered with the choice of an openSUSE Leap 15.2 or openSUSE Tumbleweed base system, plus multimedia support from the Packman repository.

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The GeckoLinux NEXT Pantheon edition combines the X11:Pantheon:Branch OBS repository together with the openSUSE Leap 15.2 fixed-release base and the Packman multimedia repository. The installed system is meant to be updated directly from those well maintained upstream sources, and is therefore completely independent from the GeckoLinux project once installed to disk.

In a similar fashion, the GeckoLinux ROLLING-OBS Pantheon edition includes the same polished GeckoLinux set of configurations and pre-installed applications, together with multimedia support from the Packman repository, and the Pantheon packages from the X11:Pantheon:Branch OBS repository on top of an openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling base. The installed system is meant to be updated directly from those well maintained upstream sources, and is therefore completely independent from the GeckoLinux project once installed to disk.

GeckoLinux [NEXT] [ROLLING-OBS] Pantheon editions release announcement

The GeckoLinux NEXT Budgie edition combines the X11:Solus OBS repository together with the openSUSE Leap 15.2 fixed-release base and the Packman multimedia repository. The installed system is meant to be updated directly from those well maintained upstream sources, and is therefore completely independent from the GeckoLinux project once installed to disk.

The GeckoLinux ROLLING Budgie edition also includes the same polished GeckoLinux set of configurations and pre-installed applications, together with multimedia support from the Packman repository. In the case of the ROLLING edition, the openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling base offers the Budgie desktop packages in its main package repository, so no additional OBS packages are required. The installed system is meant to be updated directly from its well maintained upstream sources, and is therefore completely independent from the GeckoLinux project once installed to disk.

GeckoLinux [NEXT] [ROLLING] Budgie editions release announcement

GeckoLinux Revives Budgie Edition And Adds New Pantheon Desktop

  • GeckoLinux Revives Budgie Edition And Adds New Pantheon Desktop

    Afew months ago, openSUSE-based GeckoLinux released new versions of its three main editions — STATIC, ROLLING, and NEXT — after a gap of around two years.

    The Static (based on openSUSE Leap) and Rolling (based on openSUSE Tumbleweed) edition combinedly offers a large variety of customized desktop environments such as KDE Plasma, GNOME, Xfce, Cinnamon, MATE, LXQT, and IceWM.

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