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    A multi-purpose and flexible Linux operating system

    Linvo is a flexible and multi-purpose operating system that is based around Linux kernel and GNU (these operating systems are simply called "Linux", however they are GNU/Linux distributions). Linvo's goal is to be easy and efficient to use, however productive and reliable, as GNU/Linux is! Linvo has the best applications for everyday and professional use!

    Linvo comes in desktop Live CD form, which means that it can run simply from one CD, without installing it on your hard drive. An installer is included in the CD, so you can install it if you want. Linvo Live CD uses software modules, so you can customize your Live CD easily and you can select what to install. Linvo also comes in installation media, from which you can modify your installation to perfectly fit your needs. For more information, see "Why Linvo".

    Here are some key features of "Linvo":

    · Out-of-the-box experience
    · Very little configuration required after installation
    · Functionality
    · Linvo has applications for every task needed from an operating system, and the applications installed out-of-the-box are very carefully picked
    · Software support and installation
    · Linvo includes a lot of software available for installing with only a few clicks
    · Easy to configure
    · Live CD
    · Basically you run the operating system without installing it (to give it a try). In Linvo, the Live CD technology is improved so it will certainly make your test-experience better.
    · Portable applications
    · Via Modules, which you don't need to install to run the application. This technology originally appeared only in Live CD's, but in Linvo, it works in a installed system
    · Full multimedia support
    · out of the box - almost all the multimedia formats available in other operating systems will be playable in Linvo by default, without installing anything extra!
    · Compatibility
    · Supports file formats used in many operating systems and even has an Windows compatibility layer (called Wine) which allows users to run Windows applications
    · Security and stability
    · Only proven software goes in Linvo, and in the open-source world, every known bug gets fixed very quickly
    · Easy to use, fast and beautiful desktop!
    · You also have the ability to choose between a bunch of different desktop environments
    · Only platform-independent and function-rich applications
    · The best possible selection is made
    · Inovations that improve security, practicability and speed
    · Absolutely free and open source




    Development The project is founded by me, Ivo Georgiev, and the development happens mostly by me. Linvo is now longer based on one distribution, it is mostly developed independently, but it uses packages from Slackware, Arch Linux, additional packages from Gnome SlackBuild, Slacky, SBo, and Live Scripts for the LiveCD.

    www.linvo.org

    Linvo 2010.3.6 /2010.12: The most stable, polished and feature-complete Linvo/:
    > Updated xorg-server to 1.8.1
    > Blueman replaces gnome-bluetooth
    > Microsoft Exchange support added to Evolution
    > Added python bindings to libimobiledevice and libplist
    > Added an Windows installer
    > The whole base syncronized with Slackware 13.1
    > Fixed libgpod to create SysInfo* files on iPods/iPhones when they're first used - added --enable-udev option
    ##REVERTED##> Replaced libgksu and gksu with gksu-polkit
    > Replaced nss and xulrunner with seamonkey-solibs
    > Rebuilt all the GNOME stuff to use WebKit rather than XULRunner (Gecko), so XULRunner is used only by Firefox now
    > Added IRC support to Empathy
    > Code::Blocks 10.05
    > Liferea feed reader added
    > Evolution tray added
    > Totem Youtube support added (using libgdata)
    > Intergared Linvo with Facebook, Twitter and other social networks using GWibber
    > Updated Shotwell to 0.5.2, OpenOffice.org to 3.2.0.10
    > Added sbmanager to manage springboard and nautilus-ideviceinfo for detailed properties of iPhone OS devices
    > Compiz Fusion added
    > New kernel - 2.6.33 with zen2 patches, NVIDIA and VirtualBox drivers for it
    > Installer updated and synced with the Salix installer revision 1216
    > Added a system that allows metapackages to be automatically created
    > New default wallpaper - space art
    ##REVERTED##> Mutter as the default window manager, providing compozing wihtout hardware accelaration
    > libjpeg replaced with libjpeg-turbo, which should give some performance improvements
    > Added python bindings to Clutter
    > Nouveau added
    > Added GNOME System Tools - configuration now much easier
    > Transmission updated to 2.00, libevent added
    > A lot of packages removed from the base package listings
    > Changed the default "Get started" icon
    > Good Compiz managment applications added
    > Improved linvo-utils: added a mechanism which allows the missing dependencies of a module to be installed
    > Updates: libimobiledevice 1.0.2
    > Fixed a bug with the shared memory (/dev/shm)
    > Added ideviceactivate
    > Updated packages to slackware-current from "Fri Jun 25 05:28:02 UTC 2010"
    > Blueman: changed some error messages because the BlueZ daemon in Linvo starts only when there is Bluetooth hardware
    > initng-ifiles: added BlueZ daemon managment
    > Fixed liferea problems with Google Reader auth
    > Upgraded X.org server to 1.8.2
    > Added an on-screen keyboard (matchbox-keyboard) which shows up only in text fields. This needs a lot of improvement, for example being smaller or resizing the other windows when it shows up.
    > Shotwell updated to 6.1.0, gains RAW, PNG support, preferences dialog
    > Updated GNOME to 2.30.2, Transmission 2.01, Liferea 1.6.4, gobject-introspection 0.9.0
    ***> Started integrating the official installer with the loopback
    > Integrated Dropbox for file sharing
    > Added service-discovery-applet and made avahi to start automatically
    > Patched gnome-vfs to change the defualt browser to Firefox, changed linvo-gnome to use "xdg-open" instead of Firefox. This gives future possibility of easily changing browser.
    > linvo-devel updated to support easy building of KDE editions. also fixed metapackage generation with comments
    > Google Chrome as a default browser
    > Added FBReader as an ebook reader. I'm not satisfied with it, so I might replace it.
    > Fixed the lack of menu icons
    > Made matchbox-keyboard automatically start if no physical keyboard is detected
    > Added lnvsync://, zactivate:// and installapp:// protocols in Linvo
    > Improved the website "add to build" button by making it call lnvsync://
    > linvo-utils: Added the Linvo application syncronization system
    > Updated the "make-modules", numerous modules generated
    > Added an InitNG managment tool
    > linvo-utils: added a tool to un-lzma the modules so they remain just a squashfs image
    > Fixed a bug related to the installer: "Basic" and "Core" modes not working
    > Dropped the "file" key from the "modules" database, changed download_module.php to match regex modules/$release/$module*.lzm instead of looking up the database
    > Automatic module building. Needs automatic sql database generation.
    > linvo-utils: added a timeout to the zactivate md5 sum check: 5 seconds, in case the user doesn't have internet connection
    > Added swap detection to the fstab generator, also fixed UUID usage in the fstab
    > linvo-devel: remove old packages when updating a module, EXEC support added
    > liblinuxlive modified to support modules with names which contain whitespaces
    > Modified linvo-devel to generate modules with new names scheme and automatically put them in the LiveCD if specified
    > Various development, base and misc packages updated (Slackware Changelog entry Thu Jul 29 01:45:40 UTC 2010)
    > "onlyactivate" option added to zactivate to not ask for running
    > libpurple and telepathy-haze added for more types of chat accounts support in Empathy
    > NetworkManager updated to 0.8.1 *be careful for patches here*
    > Rhythmbox updated to 0.13.0, libdmapsharing added
    > Added Tracker for searching
    > Fixed a bug in liblinuxlive: noload and load now support %20 for marking whitespaces
    > Smooth motion of the progress bar in the installer
    > Telepathy-haze and telepathy-python updated
    > linvo-app-sync: automatically activate all the applications in $HOME/Applications
    > a dirty trick to workaround the aufs-inotify issue added to activate/deactivate
    > Website modified to suit the new applications name system, upgrade function added
    > linvo-utils: lzm2unlzm modified to add the metadata that was previously on the module (EXEC) to the decompressed one
    > linux-live: fix the dirty hack so that it copies *.desktop files into /usr/share/applications/linvo-app, a directory which is cleaned in the initrd when the system restarts
    ==Beta 3==
    > gobject-introspection 0.9.3, evolution-data-server 2.30.3, brasero 2.30.2, evolution 2.30.3
    > Shotwell 0.7, vala 0.9.7, libgexiv 0.2.0
    > The installer is now checking if there is enough free space to install Linvo
    > linvo-devel: Added an application description generator
    > Website now supports application descriptions in .txt files
    > Removed automatic on-screen keyboard startup on missing physical keyboard. This makes too much assumptions.
    > A lot of updates from Slackware (Fri Aug 27 00:23:17 UTC 2010)
    > ufw added as a firewall
    > Some development packages updated (Mon Sep 6 22:49:31 UTC 2010)
    > Fixed NetworkManager-openconnect dbus error
    > Recompiled the kernel to build TuxOnIce in
    > Rebranded to 2010.12
    > Some updates of core packages: upower 0.9.6, libimobiledevice 1.0.3, consolekit 0.4.1, glib2 2.25.17, polkit 0.99, polkit-gnome 0.99, gdk-pixpuf2 2.22.0, pango 1.28.1, atk 1.30.0,
    gobject-introspection 0.9.6, gtk+2 2.22.0, gnome-session 2.32.0, librsvg 2.32.0,
    gnome-power-manager 2.32.0
    > Core GNOME 2.32.0: libgnomecanvas 2.30.2, GConf 2.32.0, gnome-backgrounds 2.32.0, libgnome-keyring 2.32.0, gnome-keyring 2.32.0, at-spi-{core,atk} 0.4.0, pyatspi 0.4.0, libgnome 2.32.0, libgnomekbd 2.32.0, gvfs 1.6.4, libsoup 2.32.0, pango 1.28.2, glib2 2.26.0, gobject-introspection 0.9.8, gtk-engines 2.20.2, atk-1.32.0, libsndfile 1.0.22, libcanberra 0.26, gnome-doc-utils 0.20.2, libgtop 2.28.2, ORBit2 2.14.19, at-spi 1.32.0, libgnomeprint 2.18.8, gnome-vfs 2.24.4, libbonoboui 2.24.4, libgnomeui 2.24.4, libgdata 0.6.5, libgweather 2.30.3, evolution-data-server 2.32.0, libwnck 2.30.5, gnome-desktop 2.32.0, gnome-panel 2.32.0.2
    > Changed GNOME distributor to "Linvo GNU/Linux"
    > Some Slackware core upgrades (Wed Oct 13 20:30:44 UTC 2010)
    > libelf and gcc slackware updates
    > Slackware updates (Wed Oct 20 23:14:23 UTC 2010)
    > Updated busybox, thus fixing a bug on flash drives
    > evolution-data-server 2.32.0, shotwell 0.7.2
    > nautilus 2.32.0, file-roller 2.32.0, pixman 0.19.4, cairo 1.10.0, poppler 0.14.3, evince 2.32.0, totem-pl-parser 2.32.0, brasero 2.32.0, zenity 2.32.0, liferea 1.6.5, libgpod 0.8.0, upower 0.9.7
    > GNOME 2.32.0: gnome-media 2.32.0, cairomm 1.9.2, glibmm 2.25.5, atkmm 2.22.0, gtkmm 2.22.0, gnome-system-monitor 2.28.2, metacity 2.30.3, transmission 2.10, gnome-settings-daemon 2.32.0, gnome-control-center 2.32.0, gnome-disk-utility 2.32.0, vte 0.26.1, gnome-terminal 2.32.0, bug-buddy 2.32.0, libicu 4.4.2, libproxy 0.4.6, gtksourceview 2.10.5, gnome-python-desktop 2.32.0, goocanvas 0.15, deskbar-applet 2.32.0, gedit 2.30.4, gedit-plugins 2.32.0, eog 2.32.0, libchamplain 0.8.0, eog-plugins 2.30.2, gconf-editor 2.32.0, gcalctool 5.32.0, gnome-applets 2.32.0, vino 2.32.0, vinagre 2.30.3, gtkhtml 3.32.0, telepathy-glib 0.13.5, empathy 2.32.0.1, folks 0.2.1, vala 0.10.0, telepathy-logger 0.1.6, nautilus-sendto 2.32.0, libdmapsharing 2.1.6, heimdal-libraries 1.4, evolution 2.32.0, evolution-webcal 2.32.0, evolution-exchange 2.32.0, evolution-tray updated to date, rhythmbox 0.13.1, totem 2.32.0
    > Better search capabilities with deskbar-applet
    > Added GSETTINGS_BACKEND variable set to gconf in xinitrc.gnome
    ##> Remmina as the default remote desktop client
    > linvo-app-syncer: now updated to use ConsoleKit to run the application activation script by root, thus avoiding the need for the user to authorize as root
    > linux-live: liblinuxlive locale_id function modified in order to get the locale without locale.alias if the program "locale" exists, thus fixing issues with the boot menu language
    > Ton of Slackware updates (Sun Nov 14 23:58:42 UTC 2010)
    ==Yelp works; Beta 4==
    > More slackware updates (Tue Nov 16 23:38:13 UTC 2010)
    > Removed the need of the pulseaudio system daemon. PulseAudio is no longer system-wide, but either way, the user daemon had to run, so...
    > Sat Nov 20 01:28:23 UTC 2010, Thu Nov 18 00:05:34 UTC 2010 slackware updates
    > /home and swap mounting moved to the initrd
    > gufw added for firewall interface
    > Mon Nov 22 04:11:40 UTC 2010 Slackware updates
    > media-player-info added
    > touchpad_enabled in gconf set to true by default
    > Slackware updates Mon Nov 29 22:00:24 UTC 2010
    > PulseAudio 0.9.22, UDisks 1.0.2
    > linvo-utils, linvo-app-syncer reformation; added a better application validation system, and now it requires root to confirm the activation of an applicaiton in the Applications directory
    > linvo-app-syncer: notification about non-valid applications (not activated by default) and progress bar when slapt-get installs dependencies
    > removed /home and swap mounting from initng-ifiles
    > Slackware updates Sat Dec 4 06:49:42 UTC 2010 + gstreamer updates
    > NTP and slapt-update-notifier-d are now started when network is up (dispatcher.d scripts in NetworkManager)
    ==Beta 5==
    > Added firmware for most WiFi drivers
    > Upgraded the kernel to 2.6.36 with zen1 patch with devtmpfs, and Intel KMS drivers
    > New kernel recompiled and patched with TuxOnIce 2.3-rc2
    > "noresume" option added to the LiveCD boot command line, so TuxOnIce doesn't resume from the LiveCd
    > Chromium 10.0.603.0, GNote 0.7.3
    > linvo-utils: upgrade script now gathers data from linvo-upgrade-data file, so it can know the slackware version we're upgrading to
    > ibus upgraded to 1.3.9
    > gnome-panel downgraded to 2.30.2, since 2.32.0.2 was causing a bug involving applets which hasn't been yet fixed
    > touchpad "tap to click" enabled by default
    > added openjpeg for the PDF plugin in evince
    > linux-live: fixed a bug involving finding $LOOP of an Applicatiom image; /proc/mounts couldn't be grepped because of the whitespaces; this was missed when whitespaces were added initially
    > Thu Dec 16 18:57:05 UTC 2010 slackware updates
    > linvo-utils: added "Install/Remove Linvo Applications" shortcut that leads to Chromium starting in application mode in the website
    > linvo-utils: sync_modules.sh updated and it now consideres release information when downloading the applications; it also doesn't remove custom apps in the Applications folder; for more details, see "The Ninja Report" (Linvo 2010.12.16)
    > linvo-devel: now generates MySQL query for inserting data for all the built applications
    > linvo-utils: linvo-upgrade-applications now resolves application dependencies and authorizes them
    > linux-live: linvo_auth* functions now support $ROOT
    > linvo-utils: linvo-upgrade-applications now shows a notification when upgrading an application, and also decompresses it automatically; the website is modified to give the name of the application to this script for the requested release
    > Website: now has release-specific entries about which applications does a user use; if there isn't a release entry for the version the user logins through, he receives one automatically with all updates
    > Website: "upgrades" section now available
    > Website: added tags for top rated applications, applications of category, one application, and applications to be upgraded
    > Website: applications have now unique id and are sorted by it, rather than unixname; that allows for 2 entries of 1 application for different releases
    > linux_live: added a linvo_deauth_application function for removing authentication of an application
    > Website, linvo-utils: download_module.php now returns 404 if the application is not found; sync_modules.sh consideres that and shows an "Unable to download application" error message
    > linvo-utils: fixed a bug: added --ignore-dep to install_app script
    > Sun Dec 19 05:22:46 UTC 2010 slackware upgrades
    > Switched to Slackware's ConsoleKit package
    > linvo-devel: "NO_MODULE" parameter to avoid building an .lzm module for the Application; this would come handy for stuff that can't be installed via lzm modules, like the NVidia drivers
    > linvo-utils: fixed a bug: refresh_module_data is now ran after every sync_modules.sh so it refreshes icons
    > linux-live, linvo-utils: resolve_module_dependencies now moved to liblinuxlive
    > lnvconf: upgrade-applications function now added, installer updated to upgrade modules
    > linvo-utils: fixed a bug in the application upgrade script: now changes the ownership of .linvo-version and .applications-${VERSION} files in every Applications directory according to the user who owns it
    > linvo-utils: sync_modules.sh now asks if you are going to syncronize your system with another account
    > linux-live: lzm2unlzm now changes permissions of the newly created Application to 755
    > linvo-app-syncer: activate-modules.sh now can't start more than once at a time
    > NetworkManager 0.8.2 with patches from SlackBuilds.org
    > Linvo Live Installer: The ability to install Linvo in a file is disabled by default, since it's not implemented. The auto-login button also becomes inactive when the user settings are applied
    > Shotwell 0.8.0, libgexiv 0.2.2
    > lnvconf: now just replaces the main slapt-getrc with slapt-getrc.standart on installation, rather then when running lnvconf --post-install slapt-getrc
    > linux-live: resolve_module_dependencies split to get_module_dependencies
    > linvo-app-syncer: activates all applications with unresolved dependencies after the others
    > Linvo installer: now checks how much free space there must be on the main partition depending on the install mode
    > initng-ifiles: slapt-update-notifier-d stop delay and NetworkManager bad exit workaround
    > Fri Dec 24 00:53:19 UTC 2010, Wed Dec 22 01:55:12 UTC 2010 slackware changes
    > Transmission 2.13, wxWidgets 2.8.11
    > The cancel buttons in all the progress bars (linvo-utils, linux-live) are now hidden
    > linux-live: fixed a bug in get_module_dependencies: now redirects error output of slapt-get out of the output stream
    > Ekiga 3.2.7, OPAL 3.6.8, ptlib 2.6.7
    > Tested and confirmed all the Linvo applications. That involved adding to the repositories/rebuilding: calibre, gmpc, pgadmin, emesene, lincity-ng, gpodder, scribus, pytube, devede, exaile, sonata, ghex2, wireshark, banshee, all the mono packages, ekiga, inkscape, sound-juicer, xaralx, osmo
    http://linvo.org/pub/changelog-2010.12

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