Semplice Linux, a GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian's Sid unstable branch with the goal to provide a simple, lightweight, fast and cool environment, has made it to version 2.0.0.
The Semplice Project announced the release of Semplice 2.0.2, codenamed Emily, which comes with a few fixes and firmware support for various hardware components.
Highlights of Semplice 2.0.2:
· Automount of VFAT partitions has been fixed;
· Non-empty automount partitions handling has been fixed;
· Partition sorting during fstab creation was repaired;
· Nitrogen-add-wallpaper bug when adding wallpapers with spaces in path was fixed;
· Volti multimedia keys now work properly;
· New firmware drivers were added;
· Mobile broadband support was introduced. Modemmanager and mobile-broadband-provider-info are installed by default, providing support for mobile broadband.
A complete list of features for Semplice 2.0.2 can be found in the official announcement
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