A post from the PCLinuxOS Twitter account suggests the project is going to be doing some cleaning of its software repositories this year. PCLinuxOS is a rolling release distribution, but tends to be conservative when it comes to swapping out packages and changing the user interface. The project's post reads, "Things going away in 2017: Legacy GRUB, Legacy GDM and KDE4." At the time of writing, PCLinuxOS already has KDE's Plasma 5.8 desktop available as a session option and GRUB2 (the replacement for GRUB Legacy) has been available to PCLinuxOS users for over a year.
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