Gaming flavor ‘Fuduntu 2013.1’ released

Fuduntu is a lighthearted and fun Linux distribution! Itś goal is to provide an aesthetically pleasing user experience with up-to-date applications making Fuduntu a great fit for your desktop, laptop, or netbook.




For those with hardware that use proprietary drivers, one of the first things that will be noticed after install is Jockey, the program that checks hardware and presents the user with the proprietary driver(s) needed. An example of this would be graphics drivers for nVidia and AMD cards.



Netflix is now on Fuduntu. As stated in an earlier announcement, using the development tree of WINE and a new patch that allows for Silverlight to work in WINE, Netflix is now available on Fuduntu by simply installing netflix-desktop and then running it from Applications > Sound & Video > Netflix Desktop.

Default Steam

Steam recently announced that Steam for Linux is now in public beta. In addition to that, Valve has authorized us to distribute the Steam Linux package to our users and host it in our repositories.



Wine has been upgraded to the 1.5 release, specifically 1.5.18. WINE 1.5.18 includes various fixes including, but not limited to: various Windows Codecs improvements, fixes for OLE database support, improvements to system parameters management, fixes to the built-in web browser, fixes for XML support and many various bug fixes. More about 1.5.18 can be read on the WINE website.


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