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Final Thoughts About SolusOS 1.2
SolusOS 1.2 is a fine start for a new linux distro, I enjoyed using it. There’s quite a bit to like in this release including the following:
Bundled multimedia codecs
SolusOS 1.2 is probably best suited for intermediate and advanced linux users. I hesitate to recommend it to beginners because of the manual disk partitioning, but if you’re new and want to try it out then go for it.
SolusOS 1.2 is also a live distro, so you can boot it off of a disc to check it out without having to do a full install onto your hard disk.
|Pros:||Debian, GNOME 2.3, bundled multimedia codecs.|
|Cons:||Installer routine requires manual partitioning, some bundled application categories are lacking in choices.|