for March 8, 2010 is out. "It is always nice to have a choice of operating systems to run on our desktops. The PC-BSD project has been doing marvels with FreeBSD - in the project's latest release, version 8.0, the developers have turned the predominantly server operating system into an amazingly easy-to-use desktop system that anybody can install and use. Read our first-look review to find out more. In the news section, Canonical updates Ubuntu's desktop theme, KNOPPIX releases a new version of the popular live CD, openSUSE adds the LXDE desktop to the list of options on its install media, and a project called multicd.sh delivers a script that combines several CD images into one bootable CD or DVD with a single command. Also in this issue, links to interviews with Ubuntu's Melissa Draper and KNOPPIX's Klaus Knopper, some speculation on the possible release date of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, and a bunch of useful shell scripts for a variety of common tasks. All this and more in this issue of DistroWatch Weekly - happy reading!
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