Bridge Linux GNOME, an Arch derivative operating system that includes a GUI and standard applications, is now at version 2012.8.
According to the developers of Bridge Linux, the GNOME version of this distribution also features GRUB2 as the default bootloader.
Just like the other editions developed by Miller Technologies, Bridge Linux and Bridge Linux Light, the GNOME version shares all their features, such as mounting drives without password in file manager, French and Turkish language support, and much more.
Bridge Linux GNOME 2012.8 has only two specific changes: the desktop environment Cinnamon has been removed for stability purposes and the number of AUR packages have been decreased.
A complete list of changes and fixes can be found in the official announcement.
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