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Hacao Linux 2.16 Professional released

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Hi all !

Hacao Linux 2.16 Professional released Smile

Website: http://hacao.com

Hacao Linux 2.16 Professional, a Vietnamese distribution based on Barry Kauler's Puppy Linux, was released 06/22/2007 by Nguyen Quang Truong.

The live CD iso is only 281MB but still about three times the size of its Australian-based cousin, which ranges around 90MB.

Hacao Linux is available only in the Vietnamese language at this time.
Key features of Hacao Linux 2.16 Professional, as listed by the project team, include:

* Vista GUI, realy nice
* auto detect and connect to LAN and wireless internet
* printing with full CUPS
* Hacao.Office 2.20 (office application suite)
* Java installer
* Skype internet telephone client
* GIMP image editor
* enables installation of Windows applications with Wine and Winexs
* Video Chat Yahoo
* Watching Vietnamese TV Online (~20 channels)
* More and more softs for Vietnamese.

You can download your own copy of the Hacao Linux iso here:

1. http://www.hetien.com/hacao/

2. http://web20games.net/hacao216/

Thanks,

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P/S: Pls, mirror this ISO

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Hi. Any plans of doing an English Version of Hacao Linux? We're putting together a Linux booth during our town's fair. Your distro looks attractive. We might just include it in our display (English version). Thanks and congratulations for a job well done.

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