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MitraX live CD

October 6th, 2005

Linux.com reviews the MitraX LiveCD. Looks like an interesting LiveCD, it even comes with the Offile NT Password and Registry Editor, in case you need to reset a password on a Windows machine.

MitraX boots notably faster than similar live CD distributions. In less than half a minute, MitraX boots into the FVWM-95 desktop, which looks like Windows 95 and works in a similar fashion. This is a smart choice because it is practical and lightweight. For this kind of distribution, it’s more than enough.

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  1. September 2nd, 2008 at 00:32 | #1

    looking for a mitrax live cd link that works.

    I just want to download it and try it.


    [email protected]

  2. June 29th, 2009 at 02:16 | #2

    just looking for a livecd with network support

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