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PCLinuxOS 2010 Beta2 Released

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Updates, bugs fixes and suggestions based on community feedback over the past week were implemented on the LiveCD. In addition to the KDE 4.4.1 SC version we now have Gnome, Phoenix XFCE, PCLXDE and Gnome Zen Mini isos available.

This weeks changelog :

Kernel updated to
Fixed menu translations. Addlocale will now translate the menu categories into the language of your choice for full international support.
Dropped most of pulseaudio out of system. KDE now gets alsa analog and digital devices by default instead of pulseaudio.
Temporarily removed admin functions from system settings menu until I can package it in to a rpm.
Fixed udev dvd link to /dev/sr0 which was affecting various application dvd playback.
Fixed xsane permissions so user has access to scanner device.

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