Sabayon Linux - Releases

Releases

Version Release Date Notes
3.0RC1b miniEdition 1 July 2006
3.0RC2 16 August 2006 Distribution name switch from RR4 to Sabayon
miniEdition 3.0 RC2 24 August 2006
3.0 14 September 2006
miniEdition 3.0 26 September 2006
miniEdition 3.05 4 October 2006
3.1 10 October 2006
miniEdition 3.1 9 October 2006
3.2 27 November 2006
3.2 miniEdition 11 December 2006
3.25 2 January 2007
3.26 8 January 2007
3.3 16 March 2007
3.3 miniEdition 25 March 2007
3.4 Loop 1 13 April 2007
3.4 Loop 2 18 May 2007
3.4 Loop 3 26 June 2007
1.0 "Business Edition" RE 15 July 2007
3.4 24 July 2007
3.4 Revision E 6 August 2007
3.4 miniEdition 23 September 2007
3.4 Revision F 7 September 2007
1.1 Professional Edition 23 October 2007
3.5 Loop 1 24 December 2007 First release including Entropy
3.5 Loop 2 17 March 2008
3.5 Loop 3 15 May 2008
3.5 1 July 2008 First stable release including entropy
Pod 3.5 11 July 2008
3.5.1 9 November 2008
4 Revision 1 25 December 2008
4 LiteMCE 4 January 2009
4.1 GNOME 13 April 2009 KDE and GNOME versions split off. ISO size changes from 4.7GB to 1.5-2GB.
4.1 KDE 29 April 2009
4.2 GNOME 30 June 2009
4.2 KDE 6 July 2009
CoreCD 4.2 25 July 2009
5.0 GNOME/KDE 2 October 2009
5.1 GNOME/KDE 12 December 2009
CoreCD 5.1 20 December 2009
5.1 x86 GAMING EDITION 25 December 2009 Special Christmas versions containing only games
5.2 GNOME/KDE 26 March 2010
5.3 GNOME/KDE 5 June 2010
5.3 SpinBase 18 June 2010 Replaces the CoreCD
5.3 CoreCDX 18 June 2010 CoreCD with X and Fluxbox
5.3 LXDE/XFCE 19 July 2010 First stable version featuring LXDE/XFCE
5.3 SpinBase/OpenVZ Templates 19 July 2010 First stable version featuring ready to use OpenVZ templates
5.4 GNOME/KDE 30 September 2010
5.5 GNOME/KDE 27 January 2011
6 GNOME/KDE 23 June 2011
7 GNOME/KDE/XFCE 11 October 2011
8 GNOME/KDE/XFCE 7 February 2012
9 GNOME/KDE/XFCE 8 June 2012
10 GNOME/KDE/XFCE/MATE 13 September 2012 First stable version featuring a MATE edition
11 GNOME/KDE/XFCE/MATE 15 February 2013
13.04 GNOME/KDE/XFCE/MATE 30 April 2013

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