KnoLinux review the Sabayon Linux 3.26 LiveDVD. Lots of screenshots and an installation walkthrough are included.
Linux.com reviews an interesting new LiveCD designed for learning software security.
“The main idea behind DVL,” says Schneider, “was to build up a training system that I could use for my university lectures.” His goal was to design a Linux system that was as vulnerable as possible, to teach topics such as reverse code engineering, buffer overflows, shellcode development, Web exploitation, and SQL injection.
LinuxQuesitons has screenshots of Damn Small Linux 3.3 RC1.
Tadpole Linux needs a logo. Fire up imagemagick and win a $75 gift certificate.
Tadpole Linux is a LiveCD distribution based on Gentoo Linux. Its aim is to provide a Linux experience for use in elementary schools for grades Kindergarten to about Grade 6.
Brad’s Blog has instructions for creating a LiveUSB OS X install.
DistroWatch is announcing a new release of Puppy Linux with some significant changes.
This new Puppy has major improvements in the underlying architecture as well as the applications, and some new applets created by Puppy enthusiasts. Finally we have embraced the XDG menu system, our new PET package management system is further refined. New applets are Pfind (file finder), and Grafburn (CD/DVD burner).
Blogbeebe reviews Knoppix 5.1, included are a few screenshots.
[Phoronix] brings screenshots of the soon to be released SLAX 6.0.0.
KateOS is joining the list of Linux distros which offer a GUI installer on a LiveCD.
DesktopLinux has some info on Mandriva’s LiveUSB offering.
Linux.com reviews the STUX live CD.
STUX is a Slackware/Knoppix-powered live CD with the Morphix-like ability to build a custom ISO. While the combination has high potential, this implementation leaves something to be desired. It’s worth the experience if you enjoy using new distributions, but if you’re looking to replace your current desktop OS, look elsewhere.
Linux Tech Daily reviews the latest Sabayon Linux LiveCD and takes the installer for a spin.
Red Hat Magazine reviews the first book dedicated to remastering a variety of different LiveCDs.
Phoronix has screenshots and a review of the Fedora LiveCD 7 Test 1 Preview
Linux.com has a review of the latest Elive LiveCD.
Elive is a live CD Linux distribution based on Debian that uses the Enlightenment window manager. Elive aims to provide an aesthetically pleasing environment with a full suite of desktop applications that runs efficiently on older systems. Its developers aren’t finished yet, but they’ve come a long way with Elive since the release of 0.3 more than a year ago. This CD shows how beautiful distributions can become without being bloated.
DesktopLinux is reporting that Scientific Linux has released LiveCDs and DVDs for version 5, which is pretty much a demo of RedHat 5 without the branding.
EFYtimes.com is reporting on a new project of Klaus Knopper to make Knoppix accessable to the blind.
It was my first meeting with the couple — Klaus and Adriane Knopper — at LinuxAsia 2007. I had already met Klaus Knopper, the creator of Knoppix, and was pretty much touched by his passion for developing Knoppix. This time he was accompanied by his wife Adriane Knopper who is visually handicapped and helps Klaus in developing Linux for the blind, Adriane Knoppix.
Lifehacker uses screenshots to show how to crack Windows passwords with a LiveCD.