Dream Studio 11.10 Is Based on Ubuntu 11.10

Dream Studio 11.10

Dick MacInnis proudly announced on, February 24th, the immediate availability for download of the Dream Studio 11.10 operating system.
Being based on the Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) operating system, the brand-new Dream Studio 11.10 distribution has lots of new features and a beautified Unity-based desktop.

Dream Studio 11.10 is known for features like multi-user and real-time PulseAudio-integrated audio through JACK, the Cinelerra video editor, photography applications, lots of various video and audio effects, and fonts, as well as many utilities.

"DickMacInnis.com is proud to announce the official release of Dream Studio 11.10. This exciting new version of Dream Studio (dream.dickmacinnis.com) has all the features that have made past releases one of the most successful multimedia software packages out there,"

"Not only that, but this latest version of Dream Studio also included hundreds of bug fixes and the following new features" - said Dick MacInnis in the official release announcement.

Highlights of Dream Studio 11.10:

· Based on Ubuntu 11.10;
· Linux kernel 3.0.0;
· New User Interface theme;
· Support for the Unity desktop interface;
· Added support for alternative desktop environments, such as GNOME 2, Openbox, LXDE and Xfce;
· GTK3 enable by default;
· Added Unity Run Lens;
· Added Unity Books Lens;
· Added Google Docs Lens;
· Added Kazam screencasting app;
· Added Shutter screenshot app;
· Mozilla Firefox 10.0.2;
· Mozilla Thunderbird 10.0.2;
· covergloobus was replaced with Gnome-sushi for file previewing;
· Lots of updated packages and bug fixes.

With a beautiful wallpaper, the Dream Studio 11.10 Linux distribution is 100% compatible with Ubuntu apps, PPAs, and its documentation and forums.

The next version of the Dream Studio operating system will be based off of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and it will be released bi-annually, with new features and rolling updates added every 6 months. 


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