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NimbleX 2007 – As the Name Implies…

January 17th, 2007

Tuxmachines.org reviews NimbleX 2007, a recently released lightweight LiveCD.

  1. Stefan
    January 20th, 2007 at 16:13 | #1

    I’m sending this message from NimbleX and for me it’s better than what the review describes and it’s a pretty positive review. All my hardware works perfect and the combination of software choosen is very nice. I miss XMMS though.

    As far as I know this is the only distro that can be made bootable over LAN with just a click of a mouse! Very nice!!!

    P.S. This distro is not listed in the livecdlist or on distrowach! Found it on wikipedia though. Pretty strange…

  2. marek zemajduk
    March 28th, 2007 at 02:49 | #2

    I MUST agree with your opinion, Stefan. For me (I`m REAL new in Linux at all) its the best example of good soft. I recommend this distro for everyone (I tried dsl, dsl-n, and other small distros). In comparision with Nimblex 2005 v.2.0 Nimblex 2007 is better, but like Stefan I miss xmms. Is there someone who use Nimblex like me or Stefan? Best regards. 🙂

  3. June 21st, 2007 at 02:47 | #3

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  4. Jayasimha – From India
    August 27th, 2007 at 00:57 | #4

    Hi,
    I am using nimblex 2007 v2 and I find this distro to be just too good,
    this has to be recommended to everyone who want to use liveCD which recognises everything
    (wifi, sndcard,…no problems anywhere) the software packaged is just what I use and what I needed
    I used it to rescue my windows crashed-hdd, but after using nimblex never bothered to install xp
    again,
    I agree with Stefan, I had to find out about this by chance (apart from a good review in
    tuxmachines which I found later)

  5. Mark
    October 2nd, 2007 at 05:19 | #5

    I produced my own iso using Custom NimbleX online.
    Custom Nimblex enables you to choose what packages to include
    in your own distribution and even a choice of wallpaper and
    system sounds. It then prepares an iso for you to download.
    This is then burnt to a cd as bootable and you have your
    very own LiveCD version of NimbleX. An interesting and novel
    approach.

  6. Jade Barcley
    April 27th, 2009 at 03:54 | #6

    I dont usually reply to posts but I will in this case. WoW 🙂

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