Granular Project Unveils Granular Linux 1.0
Article by George Norman
On 21 Jan 2009
Following out reports on Debian 5, Linux Mint 6 x 64 RC1, and Super Ubuntu 2008.11, it is our pleasure to announce that the Granular Project has made version 1.0 of their Granular Linux distro available to the general public. With this recent release the developers have focused on solving quite a few bug problems and on introducing several new features to the OS.

“After a long wait, Granular 1.0 is finally out. And we are pretty much excited about this release because this is the first stable Granular release since about a year, and because it's version 1, of course. This final release of Granular 1.0 brings with it solid stability, out-of-the-box usefulness, great multimedia experience, support for running Windows software, and all of this & much more in the size of a CD (livecd), explains Anurag Bhandari.


Before you start thinking about installing Granular Linux 1.0 onto your machine, here are the system requirements that you must meet:
- Pentium III class processor or better
- At least 256MB of RAM
- A minimum of 2.4GB of free space on your HDD. A minimum of 5GB is you plan to dual boot.

Here is a list of features you can expect to get in Granular Linux 1.0:
- The software included in the OS has been updated. To mention but a few: KDE 3.5.10, Wine 1.0.1, Firefox 3.0.4, Thunderbird, Amarok 1.4.10, Kaffeine 0.8.7, KOffice Suite 1.6.3, etc.
- A brand new Granular repository and Granular’s own Kernel.
- Pre-installed multimedia plug-ins for Firefox.
- Support for audio and video files, for Windows software, for multimedia keyboards, for games, and for Read/Write to NTFS partitions.
- Easier printer configuration and management.
- Official NVIDIA and ATi drivers.

If you would like to get Granular Linux 1.0, a download location is available here.

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