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Fusion Linux 14 review

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Graphical Administrative Tools: All the graphical administrative tools are accessible from the menu at Applications > System Tools, Applications > Administration and Applications > Preferences. One that I will like to spotlight is Ailurus, a multi-function administrative program for the GNOME desktop. It eliminates the need for the many small administrative applications used for customizing the desktop,
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One of its more advanced features makes it possible to take snapshots of the system, and view changes since a particular date.
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Another takes a “pulse” of the system and suggests changes or modifications. Ailurus is accessible from Applications > System Tools > Ailurus, and also from the Favorites view of the menu.

Security: Fusion boasts the same security profile and posture as Fedora 14. The firewall is enabled by default and there is the graphical firewall manager. SELinux module, a module that provides mandatory access control, is loaded – in enforcing mode.
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Resources: Download links for Thorium are available here. This distribution could use some help, if you are in a position to contribute.

Screenshots: View a few more screenshots from a test installation of Fusion Linux 4.

Default desktop of Thorium
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The desktop showing the Fusion Linux wallpaper.
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And another showing the Surprise Special wallpaper.
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Desktop showing Applications view of menu.
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Stehpen
Stehpen
10 years ago

Hey have managed though I have not installed it yet but wanna go through it first and then i download hanthana, compare btwn the 2 b4 I take my pick. I guess I may have used nero to burn cos with CDBurnerXP…it was one time man. Thanx. Oh by the way are these OS’s prone to virus attacks i hear mac OS isn’t.

Stephen
Stephen
10 years ago

I have been wanting to change the operating system of my PC for a while now.I came across Fusion-linux 14 on a a site, downloaded it but am having trouble installing it or running it. In shot it hasn’t got the exe file, all i see are 3 folders: 1, live OS; 2, EFI; 3,Insolinux & what seem as a blank paper GPL.
Please help i install this OS.

Stephen Green
Stephen Green
10 years ago

Fusion Linux is a fine re-mix of one of my all time favorite distros.
So good in fact it’s spawned a few re-mixes. Nowhere near as much as the big ‘U’ I personally like and am using Hanthana Linux. I’ve used Fusion too. But I must say, no offence to Fusion and the guys behind it, I just find Hanthana more complete..

Stehpen
Stehpen
Reply to  Stephen Green
10 years ago

@finid thats exactly what I did, burned the image to cd using CDburnerXP but it can not boot. I think i must have used two cd’s & a dvd but still nothing. is there something am not doing in trying to burn the image?

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