New Salix OS Version 13.0.2 Released

Dec 29, 2009

Thorsten Muehlfelder and the Salix team have released a new version of the Slackware-based distribution Salix OS, available for the first time as 64 bit variation.

The release, totally compatible with Slackware 64, comes with security updates for the kernel, Firefox and further packages, a new installer dialogue and a completely renovated XFCE desktop.

The XFCE desktop from Salix OS 13.0

The ISO images published December 24 contained a mistake in the auto-installer. Anyone wanting to download Salix OS should go to version

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