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ROSA 2012 LXDE review

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ROSA 2012 LXDE is the stable release of a desktop edition of ROSA Linux which uses the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. ROSA Linux is published by ROSA Laboratory, a Linux solutions provider based in Moscow, Russia. ROSA 2012 LXDE is the company’s second stable release this year.

The first was ROSA Marathon 2012, which uses the K Desktop Environment (KDE), and is targeted at enterprise users. ROSA Desktop, which also uses KDE and designed for home users, is expected by the end of the year. A beta edition was previewed here.

The first beta of this LXDE edition of ROSA Linux was released in mid-April (this year). That beta release was previewed here. This article provides a more detailed review using a 32-bit installation image. The boot options are shown in the image below.

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