Ailurus 10.01.5 is available for use.

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Ailurus is a tool which makes Ubuntu easier to use. By Ailurus you can learn Linux skills, install some nice software, enable some nice third-party repositories and change some GNOME settings.

The changes from version 10.01.1 to 10.01.5 are:

* Added "Quick setup" functionality
If you have just installed Ubuntu, you can quickly install language support, input method, multi-media codec and Adobe Flash. Just launch Ailurus, then click "Quick setup" menu -> "Quick setup". Screenshots:

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

* Added installation code for LAMP and Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud cluster
* Added Eclipse extensions, such as Aptana, Mylyn, PDT, RadRails and Subversive
* Added 61 mirrors for Eclipse. The download speed of Eclipse is improved.
* Added 2 mirrors for Netbeans
* Improved the download speed for GnomeArtNG in Karmic
* Added installation code for native Linux 64-bit Flash plugin
* Re-wrote prompt information of "Reclaim memory" functionality
* Improved detection for runtime exceptions

You can install Ailurus by these commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ailurus
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ailurus

You can also follows the instructions on https://launchpad.net/~ailurus/+archive/ppa .

Moreover, Ailurus 10.01.5 also works on Fedora. The RPM package is here.

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