With ‘Cinnarch,’ Arch Linux gets a sprinkle of Cinnamon

Posted: December 5, 2012 in Open source CMS

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Hard on the heels of the news that the old GNOME 2 desktop is coming back by popular demand, the Cinnarch project late last week announced that its new Linux distribution combining Arch Linux with the alternative Cinnamon desktop environment has now reached beta.

Cinnamon, of course, is a fork of the GNOME Shell interface launched by the Linux Mint team last December as a more traditionally flavored option for users not fond of the mobile-inspired Unity or GNOME 3.

“Here it is, a new release of Cinnarch Live, and with it, Cinnarch becomes a project in Beta stage,” wrote project lead developer Alex Filgueira in an announcement on Thursday. “I think it is time, and Cinnarch is stable enough to be beta now.”

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