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Fusion Linux 14 review

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Fusion Linux is a (desktop) Linux distribution derived from Fedora, with some inspiration from Linux Mint and Crunchbang, a Linux distribution based on Debian. It is developed by Valent Turkovic, a Fiber optics and Networking Engineer from Croatia. This release, Fusion Linux 14, aka Thorium, is the project’s second stable release. Fusion Linux releases are supposed to track Fedora releases in the same manner that Linux Mint tracks Ubuntu Desktop releases.

As you read on, you will notice, if you are familiar with Fedora, that the difference between Fusion and its parent distribution lies mainly in the installed and installable software selection. It is, in the words of the developer:
 read more | mail this link | score:7858 | -finid, April 13, 2011
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