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Black Lab Linux and Black Lab Enterprise Linux downloads released

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Black Lab Linux 4.2 is our open source offering. Its completely free to download. It is free to use and deploy across as many systems as you would like. You will get updates to the system until April 30, 2019 as it is equivalent to Ubuntu's LTS release. This release is available for 64 bit machines in KDE and XFCE flavors.

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