DesktopLinux.com has an overview of the changes in the new version of GoblinX.
OSDir has screenshots of SimplyMEPIS 6.0 running as a LiveCD.
DistroWatch Weekly has a quick summary of new LiveCDs from Ubuntu, Debian, and SLAX.
Indiatimes Infotech has an article about BeleniX and the developers working on it.
BANGALORE: This city’s techies are creating some cutting edge stuff. Moinak Ghosh, an engineer at Sun Microsystems, has taken the lead on Solaris 10, the flagship operating system (OS) of Sun, and come up with a new version called BeleniX.
DesktopLinux announces the new Ubuntu-based SimplyMEPIS 6.0 release.
Linux.com has some video tutorials on repartitioning a Windows machine. They utilize the excellent GParted LiveCD.
OSDir has screenshots of Dreamlinux 2.0.
Tuxmachines.org has a review of Dreamlinux 2.0.
Dreamlinux 2.0 Works was released on July 16 and this time there’s a kicker. This time it’s available in an XGL edition. Where they may not be the first to put out an XGL edition, I believe they are the first provide the advanced effects for the xfce4 destkop. Having already been quite impress with Dreamlinux in previous testing, Tuxmachines just had to check that out.
Tuxmachines.org is pointing to a forum post by a sysadmin who outfitted the desktops at his company with customized Kanotix LiveCDs. The link is currently a little messed up, so here is the post.
gnuman.com has a review of the multimedia focused VideoLinux LiveCD.
LINUX.SYS-CON.COM dives into the world of Damn Small Linux, and describes some of the more interesting uses of this great lightweight LiveCD.
In this article you will learn how to turn a blank CD and an inexpensive USB keydrive into a powerful, portable, take-along operating system complete with modern applications like Firefox, a Web server, and multimedia tools. All this can be done using free Open Source Linux software.
IT Week mentions the new GParted LiveCD in a short article.
OSDir brings us new screenshots of Wolvix 1.0.5 Alpha.
Phoronix has screenshots of Zenwalk ZenLive 2.6.
NewsForge uses the great grml LiveCD to check their hardware.
A GNU/Linux live CD distribution can come handy for hardware diagnostics. For this purpose, my favorite live CD distribution is GRML, which bundles the tools we’re about to discuss, along with some other useful programs for both home users and veteran system administrators.
The Waterloo Chronicle introduces its readers to Linux via a Knoppix LiveCD.
DistroWatch Weekly has a thorough review of the BSD based LiveCD named Frenzy.