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Gentoo Linux is proud to announce the availability of a new LiveDVD to celebrate the continued collaboration between Gentoo users and developers. The LiveDVD features a superb list of packages, some of which are listed below.

A special thanks to the Gentoo Infrastructure Team. Their hard work behind the scenes provide the resources, services and technology necessary to support the Gentoo Linux project.

Packages included in this release: Linux Kernel 3.3.0, Xorg 1.12.0, KDE 4.8.1, Gnome 3.2.1, XFCE 4.8, Fluxbox 1.3.2, Firefox 11.0, LibreOffice, Gimp 2.6.12, Blender 2.60, Amarok 2.5, VLC 2.0.1 and much more ...
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@Dmitry Malikov thats true ;D, didn't think about it
This release includes great ZFSOnLinux support and a touch of the cinnamon desktop environment for your viewing pleasure. Don't forget we still included two easter eggs. +François Lalumière I included an awesome 'Gentoo Install Wizard' but it only works on April 1th for some weird reason :D. +Jason Huebel ahem :D
Articles in Linux magazines are saying it's the best Linux LiveDVD/USB release ever ... And colleagues ask me why I use Gentoo?
I think its time to come back to Gentoo after few years!
Hehe. Gentoo "Live DVD", which usually dies at boot in some 90% of cases on my machines...

Live in the sense of "Not really living but not really dead either" - "undead" rather.

And that's indeed how it should be labeled - "Gentoo Undead DVD"

EDIT: To be fair, I am a regular Gentoo user and it is my only choice. I checked out other distros but stayed with Gentoo for quite some years ( I think it was then labeled as version 1.4 ;o)

But their boot and live medias sure tend to suck...
With my 115kg I am hardly little and really have never considered myself as good. I am more in the asshole part of the spectrum... ;o)

WRT to filing reports- nah. I file bugs ( with solution/patch when I have it) where there is a chance forthem to be fixed. "Live"DVD is so dead for me that this would make no sense.

And from what I hear, I'm far from being alone. People report using other distros Live DVD ( like Ubuntu) for installing Gentoo...
I can't. I'm not a subscriber. Besides, it wouldn't be a first glowing review of a guy that did not take his job seriously,so I tend to ignore such reviews.

I'll believe it when i see it and I'll see it no sooner than when I need it ;o)
Yeah but why does the Live DVD implement the KDE DE (by default) and not GNOME. GNOME rocks!
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