Fuduntu is an open source lightweight Linux distribution (distro) that is optimized for netbook and other portable computers. The developers chose the name Fuduntu because the distro is designed to fit "somewhere in between Fedora and Ubuntu", according to its developers.
The latest release of Fuduntu 14.10 was made available on June 18, 2011. This release includes Linux kernel 220.127.116.11, Adobe Flash 10.3, Chromium 12, Shotwell 0.10.1, the EXT4 default file system, Support for nVidia and ATI proprietary drivers, and more.
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