Hanthana Linux, a Fedora based Linux distribution that was built to promote an operating system to the masses, especially to those with low technical knowledge, no access to the Internet or under privileged, is now at version 17.
According to the developers, Hanthana Linux 17 will be available in schools, in the Walapane educational zone of the Nuwara Eliya district and in the Kebithigollewa educational zone of the Anuradhapura district.
Hanthana Linux 17 is based on Fedora 17 and it's used to facilitate the deployment of the everyday PC user, as well as the localization of FOSS software.
The new version of Hanthana Linux, 17, has been dubbed Sithija and was released on the 3rd anniversary of the Hanthana Linux project. Besides a lot of new applications, the distribution also provides the official LibreOffice guide offered by The Document Foundation.
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