Distro Astro 3.0.2 Released

Distro Astro 3.0.2 has been unleashed. Tell your friends about it! Finally a Linux distribution made specially for astronomy. This release contains many fixes from the 3.0 release, codenamed Juno. The list of changes can be found in the following page:

http://www.distroastro.org/changelog

If you already have Distro Astro 3.0 or 3.0.1 installed, you can easily upgrade to 3.0.2. Just run the following commands:

sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

You can clean up your system after the upgrade using:

sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get autoremove sudo aptitude purge ~c

The Distro Astro team would like to thank Richie Jarvis and Christopher Briggs for hosting the ISO files, and Raymund Ang for the hosting the web site and repositories.

Special thanks also to Matteo Manzo Manzoni, ASTROtrezzi.it, Roberto Tomé, John Barber, Starseeker, Chris Samuel, and Jack Gallimore for their contributions to this version.

For more information, visit the Distro Astro web site:

http://www.distroastro.org

Wishing everyone clear skies!