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64 Studio 2.0, a Debian GNU/Linux for digital content creation, released.

64 Studio is a GNU/Linux distribution tailor-made for digital
content creation, including audio, video, graphics and publishing tools.
A remix of Debian, it comes in both AMD64/Intel64 and 32-bit
flavours, to run on nearly all PC hardware.
“64 Studio [0] is a GNU/Linux distribution tailor-made for digital
content creation, including audio, video, graphics and publishing tools.
A remix of Debian [1], it comes in both AMD64/Intel64 and 32-bit
flavours, to run on nearly all PC hardware.

64 Studio 2.0 is designed to retain compatibility with Debian Etch, to
create a long-lived and stable creative desktop.

We combine the stability and quality of Etch with a specialised
real-time preemption kernel and the latest creative tools demanded by
multimedia artists.

Our tweaks to Debian include simplified installation and default
settings which help get production underway quickly. It's our target
that users should be able to get from a blank hard disc to a fully
hardware-optimised and usable creative desktop in just half an hour.

Rather than a fork of Debian, our package improvements are returned
directly to Debian Sid, and our releases are built from Debian sources.

We have also uploaded new multimedia packages to Debian, which are now
available to all users of Debian and Debian-derived distributions. [2]”

[0] http://64studio.com
[1] http://www.debian.org
[2] http://64studio.com/press_release

Regards.
Andre Felipe Machado
http://www.techforce.com.br

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