Tuxmachines.org put up a positive reivew of the latest Wolvix Media Edition with lots of screenshots. Overall, Wolvix Media Edition looks like a great distro to keep in mind when building a HTPC.
I’ve always been quite the fan of the Wolvix offerings, with each being better than the last. I’ve been testing Media Edition over the last few days and can report Wolven has done a remarkable job.
Phoronix has screenshots of the new MCNLive Leuven, a LiveCD based on Mandriva.
This week’s Debian Weekly News has links to the Debian Live project. The site has links to downloadable ISO images, and a wiki site, with much more information about the Debian Live project.
OSDir has posted new screenshots of Edubuntu 6.06 Beta and DSL-N 0.1 Alpha.
ExtremeTech has a howto on modifiying Knoppix. Good information to move to the next step of saving session data after using Knoppix.
Application Development Trends has a second blog posting covering positive and negative aspects of the latest beta version of the Ubuntu LiveCD. Overall, some good points are made, such as the expectations some Windows users may have when trying Linux out for the first time. The first part of the Ubuntu coverage is here.
DesktopLinux.com has info concerning the new GoblinX 1.3 LiveCD.
DistroWatch has announced PCLinuxOS 0.93 MiniME, a lightweight, PCLinuxOS based LiveCD. OSDir brings the eye candy with screenshots. With PCLinuxOS releasing a lightweight version, and Damn Small Linux recently coming out with a heavier version, is the future of Linux LiveCDs two-disc, heavy and lightweight releases? GoblinX, GRML, Knoppix, Mepis/MepisLite, SLAX SE/SLAX Popcorn, and Ubuntu/Xubuntu are a few others who already separate release versions into the two camps.
Tuxmachines has a thorough review up of the latest release from Damn Small Linux, DSL-N 0.1A!
This is a distribution based on the famous Damn Small Linux, but adds welcome features and enhancements making it a more modern and complete operating sytem, yet still weights in at a meager 84mb.
Tuxmachines.org has a review of the new LG3D LiveCD 2.4 Test 1 LiveCD. Included with this review are lots of screenshots of the unique desktop.
Gnuman.com has a review of the Slampp-Lite 2.0 server LiveCD.
TECTONIC has some information on Dapper beta, including the combination of the install and LiveCD, Network Manager, and the new theme.
Phoronix has screenshots of Kanotix LiveCD 2006 RC2. They include many shots of the updated installer.
LXer has an interview with the main developer of ELive, a LiveCD based around the Enlightement desktop environment.
From first boot, Elive shows the promise of an excellent Linux distribution. The graphical presentation is nothing less than stunning. If you are a fan of the Enlightenment desktop, you really have to see this distro. If you have no idea of what I am talking about…you really have to see this distro.
Phoronix has some screenshots of SLAMPPLite LiveCD v2.0. This is one of the better server LiveCDs.
DesktopLinux.com is reporting a new release candidate of Kanotix is out.
Gnuman.com has a brief review of the Linux Bible 2006 Edition. Inside it covers some different LiveCDs.