Pear Linux 5 preview

The latest edition of Pear Linux, Pear Linux 5, has been released. Code-named Sunsprite, based on Ubuntu 12.04, and using (Linux) kernel 3.2, Pear Linux 5 ships with a modified GNOME Shell called Pear Shell.

This article just presents a few screen shots from a test installation of a 32-bit installation image on real hardware. A future article will present a detailed review, followed by other how-to articles.

The Nautilus file manager.
Pear Linux 5 Nautilus

The default desktop.
Pear Linux 5 Desktop

Another view of the desktop.
Pear Linux 5 Desktop Notification

The desktop showing the Date widget.
Pear Linux 5 Desktop Date

Mission Control. Why is this even necessary?
Pear Linux 5 Mission Control

The desktop showing the Launcher.
Pear Linux 5 App Launcher

The second page of the All applications tab of the Launcher.
Pear Linux 5 App Launchers

You may download an installation image of Pear Linux 5 for your platform from here.

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