Distro Update: Sabayon 3.5 Loop 3

The Sabayon Linux team has announced the release of the third beta of Sabayon. Codenamed Sunshine, this release has a long list of feature enhancements and, of course, a few bugs that will need squashing before a final release.

The Sabayon Linux page on this site is based on its last stable release. We’ll update that page when a new stable version becomes available.

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