Ubuntu-Based Black Lab Linux 7 Operating System Gets an RC Build with...

Ubuntu-Based Black Lab Linux 7 Operating System Gets an RC Build with Firefox 41


Being powered by Ubuntu’s Linux kernel 3.16.0-50 and 3.19.0-30 packages, the first and last Release Candidate (RC) build of Black Lab Linux 7, due for release later this year, comes today with the latest software versions, including Mozilla Firefox 41.0, LibreOffice, Mozilla Thunderbird 38.2.0, and Audacious 3.6.2.

There are also many other changes in the distribution, such as the removal of the GMTP software, the implementation of a new icon theme called NewCurve, the addition of various new themes for the Xfce desktop environment, as well as the implementation of windows buttons that indicate the open state of apps.

Moreover, there’s Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) support in the filesystem and the default file manager app, and numerous bugs that have been reported by users since the Beta build have been squashed, including issues with Nvidia graphics cards, a NetworkManager crash, YouTube black screens in Firefox, and more.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/ubuntu-based-black-lab-linux-7-operating-system-gets-an-rc-build-with-firefox-41-493879.shtml
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht


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