m23 13.2 Linux Is Now Based on Debian 7 "Wheezy"

The latest version of m23 can be downloaded from Softpedia

By on August 21st, 2013 13:43 GMT

m23 13.2, a free Linux distribution that installs and administrates clients with Debian, (XK)Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora and Linux Mint, has been released and it's available for download.

According to the developers, m23 rock 13.2 is all about Debian 7 "Wheezy." This distribution is used as the basis of the m23 server and clients. For these, the desktop environments GNOME 3, KDE 4.8.4, LXDE, TDE 3.5.13 and XFce 4.8.0.3 can be used and installed automatically using m23.

“But this is by far not everything which is new: The new m23 version also contains support for the integration of Linux Mint 15 and a function to Ex-/Import package selections and extended options for handling external DHCP servers which are not controlled by m23,” reads the official announcement.

Also, two new functions allow to deactivate the verification of SSL certificates for the client-server-communication, and users can merge installation job for normal packages.

A complete list of changes is available in the official announcement. Download m23 13.2 right now from Softpedia.

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