This Month's DVD

Ultimate Edition 3.2

This issue’s DVD comes with the latest release of the Ultimate Edition distribution.

Ultimate Edition 3.2, which is based on Ubuntu 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot,” offers a wide range of desktop options – GNOME 3, GNOME Classic, GNOME Fallback, Unity, Unity 2D, and XMBC – all available at the login screen.

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