Plop Linux 4.3.1 (System For Recovering Data From Damaged Hard Drivers) Has Been Released

As you may know, Plop Linux is a free and open-source operating system built from scratch, specially created for retrieving data from damaged hard drivers. Plop Linux system is small and can boot from CD/DVD/USB Flash Driver or network with PXE.

The latest version available is Plop Linux 4.3.1, which adds an updated GTK+ theme, it received a Tint2 clock display, the volumeicon2 icon has been replaced with the icon used by the XFCE Audio Mixer Plugin and UTF-8 has been enabled by default and a bunch of packages have been upgraded, including: OpenSSL, Mplayer, p7zip, Python (still 2.7.x), Samba, sylpheed and vala.

Also worth mentioning, the Linux Kernels have been updated for Banana Pi (now uses Kernel 4.2.3) and Cubietruck (now uses Kernel 4.4-rc1), and Raspberry Pi (kernel 4.1.13).

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