DistroWatch Weekly has some news on a new tool used to create LiveCDs for Fedora. This will be replacing Kadischi for future LiveCDs.
Those who enjoy remastering the distribution for their own purposes will be excited to learn about “pungi” and “pilgrim”, two tools that will allow building custom distributions and live CDs/DVDs.
Techgage has a review of the soon to be released Sabayon Linux 3.2. Included are many screenshots of this impressive distro.
A new version of nUbuntu, a distro focused on network security and available in LiveCD form, has been released.
The ChronicleHerald.ca has an article on creating a BartPE LiveCD for system recovery.
VoiPPlanet introduces the AstLinux LiveCD as a quick way to get Asterisk running.
Download the live CD image, burn it to disc, pop it into a PC and boot up. If you enter the usbkd boot option, AstLinux will save data and configuration files to a USB device.
PC Advisor details the steps needed to setup a computer to dual boot Windows XP and Vista. The tool used is the GParted LiveCD.
If you don’t have a partition manager, download an ISO image of the GParted Live CD from gparted.sourceforge.net and burn a CD from it. This is a free partition manager based on Linux and an essential addition to any serious PC user’s toolkit.
eWeek is reporting that Collax has released their latest offering in LiveCD form for customers to test.
The installation disk for Collax Business Server is freely downloadable and doubles as a LiveCD, so the product is rather easy to take for a spin.
NewsForge is announcing the release of gNewSense 1.0, downloadable as a LiveCD.
Update: Ars Technica also has an article on this new distro.
Phoronix has screenshots of Xfld 0.3, an Ubuntu based LiveCD running the latest release of XFCE (4.4-rc1).
The BackTrack security LiveCD has released a download link for the beta of version 2.0.