The Fedora Unity Project has released Fedora Core LiveCDs and LiveDVDS. Currently they have FC5 and FC6t2 available for download.
Official Fedora Live images are something we all have been looking forward to seeing in the Fedora Community. Kadischi will be the tool to create such live images. Fedora Unity has recently joined forces with Kadischi to help provide testing and to release live images which we are calling “Live-Spins.”
Gentoo has released all new LiveCDs for a variety of platforms. While they may be created with the intention of installing Gentoo, they offer great hardware support, and have enough tools to be used in a variety of different circumstances.
India News showcases VigyaanCD and the creator behind it. The project homepage is here.
But Agarwal believes the tool would help youngsters have their first brush with a range of hi-tech tasks of a new century-gene sequencing, manipulation, molecular modelling and simulation and computational chemistry.
Computerworld Blogs gives some quick advice for destroying the data on old hard drives.
The Linux Newbie compares 11 different LiveCDs in this article. One interesting piece of information included is boot times for each of the LiveCDs.
TuxMachines has a thorough review of PCLinuxOS 0.93a. Included are lots of screenshots.
LinuxDevices is reporting on this Pentium 166 computer which, while being able to run several versions of Windows, has Puppy Linux as the recommended OS.
DesktopLinux is reporting that Puppy Linux is holding an online event with the purpose of bringing the community together. Everyone from developers to end users are invited to give ideas on making Puppy Linux better.
Linux.com reviews the latest Puppy Linux.
RR4 and RR64 are now officially replaced with the release of Sabayon Linux x86/x86-64 3.0 RC2. Based on Gentoo, Sabayon continually stays up to date with the latest packages, bringing the future of Linux to a LiveDVD.
Lifehacker walks us through rescuing a Windows system using Knoppix.
Few moments in computing are as heartbreaking as when you turn on your trusty PC only to receive that bone-chilling message: “Boot sector corrupt. Config.sys missing. Disk cannot be read.”