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Foresight 0.9.2 vs. 0.9.1 vs. my laptop

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Reading Ken's announcement on Foresight Linux 0.9.2 (released on Dec. 10) I thought this is the best chance to get used with a new GNOME-based distro, especially since Foresight 0.9.1 gave me a lot of trouble with xDSL connections, and I was just trying to fix'em.

Based on rPath (ex-Specifix) Linux and its known-by-nobody Conary package management system, Foresight seemed to be suited for curious people.

So, I've got the 2 ISOs from the Belgian mirror, and went on.

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