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Information about Porteus Kiosk 5.3.0

Porteus is a fast, portable and modular live CD/USB medium based on Slackware Linux. The distribution started as a community remix of Slax, another Slackware-based live CD (which is no longer actively maintained), with KDE 3 as the default desktop for the i486 edition and a stripped-down KDE 4 as the desktop environment for the x86_64 flavour. The lightweight LXDE is available as an alternative desktop environment.

Tomasz Jokiel has announced the availability of Porteus Kiosk 5.3.0, the latest stable build of the projects Gentoo-based distribution designed for internet browsing in web kiosks: "Im pleased to announce that Porteus Kiosk 5.3.0 is now available for download. Major software upgrades in this release include: Linux kernel 5.10.73, Google Chrome 93.0.4577.82 and Mozilla Firefox 91.2.0 ESR. Packages from the userland are upgraded to Portage snapshot tagged on 2021-10-14. Short changelog: libinput has become our default input driver as it provides native touch gestures support for the Firefox browser; touchscreens which were calibrated under Porteus Kiosk version 5.2.0 or below will continue using the evdev driver in order to preserve compatibility with existing configurations; virtual keyboard extension can be enabled for Firefox and Chrome; added an option to enable experimental hardware video decoding feature for both browsers; on-screen buttons can be relocated to a different position on the kiosk screen.....

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Supported Architectures: AMD x86-64

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Porteus is a fast, portable and modular live CD/USB medium based on Slackware Linux. The distribution started as a community remix of Slax, another Slackware-based live CD (which is no longer actively maintained), with KDE 3 as the default desktop for the i486 edition and a stripped-down KDE 4 as the desktop environment for the x86_64 flavour. The lightweight LXDE is available as an alternative desktop environment.


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