New ISO’s for the Home Editions

New isos include the latest Update Pack

  • KDE
    KDE has been updated to version 4.12.1
  • LibreOffice
    LibreOffice has been updated to version 4.1.4-2
  • Firefox and Thunderbird
    Firefox has been updated to version 26.0, and Thunderbird to version 24.2.0
  • Community packages
    These packages were added to the community repository:
    grub-customizer, kdeconnect, plasma-mediacenter, xfce-theme-manager, xfwm4compositeeditor
    You can find more information in the community section of our forum.

You can find more information, and download the ISO’s on our product pages:
SolydK Business Edition: http://solydxk.com/business/solydkbe/
SolydK Back Office: http://solydxk.com/business/solydkbo/
SolydX: http://solydxk.com/homeedition/solydx/
SolydK: http://solydxk.com/homeedition/solydk/
SolydXK Multi DVD: http://solydxk.com/homeedition/solydxk-multi-dvd/

For any questions or issues, please visit our forum: http://forums.solydxk.com/

The Business Editions will follow later.

9 thoughts on “New ISO’s for the Home Editions

  1. Your Linux for being new works good I test lots of Linux systems most never work vary good, but you have done a dam good job on programming.
    I am only using your KDE Linux, and will test your other version next.
    Keep up the good work.

    From Ronald Uhler an old Windows programmer!

  2. I have tested quite a few Linux distros and I definitely like solydx, have been using it since September last year and it works. What is even better is that I don’t have to re-install the latest version. The only problem I do experience is that I cannot get the pptp vpn connection going via network manager.

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

  3. Once upon a time I questioned some of the things done (LMDE KDE back when it started out), and I’ll admit I was a bit of a butt on the Linux Mint forum (I forget my user name ^^;), but I have to say this has come a long way. Where LMDE dropped the ball (updates slowing to a crawl/non existant) you’ve seriously picked it up and kept going. I’ve been using this on my tablet, and it’s the first time I’ve used a distro comfortably for more than a month.

    Kudos.

  4. @Schoelje
    I don’t think it’d be relevant. Mine’s a very “old” tablet, which means it’s just an HP laptop with a tablet screen. Not a modern tablet ^^; Sorry to confuse.

  5. Cheers for the new releases!

    Some confusion regarding the business editions. The note says “the business editions will follow …” but the text preceding gives links to the business editions. Also does the multiDVD contain the business editions or not?

    Thanks and Cheers again!

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