Linux.com has a thorough article on customizing Dynebolic.
DesktopLinux researches all the new stuff in the new Damn Small Linux release.
The long awaited Knoppix 5.0.1 release is out! This is the first release of Knoppix 5 since the CeBIT 5.0 was released. So far only the DVD ISO is out, but there should also be a CD ISO.
From the Changelog:
* V5.0.1-2006-06-01 - Current Debian/sid snapshot - Kernel 2.6.17-rc*git* - Removed XFree86 in favour of Xorg Version 7.0 - Detection of onboard IDE-Raid Controllers and raid disk components - udev+hwsetup for automatic hardware detection - OpenOffice 2.0.2 (german+english) - Replaced Mozilla by Firefox+Thunderbird - KDE 3.5.2 with HAL support for removable media - Updated unionfs to 20060221 - cloop 2.04 with ringbuffer (performance) - limited but safe transparent write access for NTFS partitions (libntfs+fuse) - new knoppix-installer now also with the possibility to update existing installations of Knoppix - [DVD] Gnome 2.12 update - [CD] because of space reasons :-( , removed chromium, enigma, KDE-helpfiles, ruby, bison and some other development-related packages (we still have JAVA and C/C++, Perl, Python and PHP on the CD, in order to have an easy to set up LAMP system).
Linux.com has a review of Multi Distro, a project which fit 9 LiveCDs onto a single CD. Included are pointers on where to look for scripts on creating your own compilation.
DistroWatch.com is announcing the latest release of the amazingly lightweight Puppy Linux.
The final version of Dapper Drake has been released, and with it comes new LiveCDs for Ubuntu, Kubuntu, and Xubuntu. They include GUI hard drive installers on the desktop, and have been named “Desktop” CDs to differentiate themselves from the text installers.