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Atomix Linux 3.2 review

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A high quality Linux distribution...
Atomix Linux is a derivative of Fedora Core Linux. When I've tested Fedora Core 4, applications such as OpenOffice.org, Gaim, Evolution, and ImageMagick have crashed a few times. During the two months of testing Atomix I haven't had any programs crash or freeze, which I found impressive. It appears as if the Atomix developers have focused on making sure that all applications function reliably.
 read more | score:7302 | -Ray, January 26, 2006
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