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Arch Linux 2014.02.01 Is Now Available for Download

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Additionally, Arch Linux 2014.02.01 includes all the updated packages that were released during the past month, January 2014. As usual, existing Arch Linux users don’t need this new ISO image, as it's only intended for those of you who want to install Arch Linux on new machines.

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