TriedIT reviews the Enlightenment-destkop-based Elive 0.6.5 LiveCD.
DesktopLinux has an overview the the new BackTrack 2.0 LiveCD.
Ubuntu Tutorials shows how to save some time getting the daily builds of Ubuntu Feisty.
Phoronix has screenshots of the new Freespire.
Someone appears to need a custom LiveCD made over in the LiveCD Forums.
TalkBMC takes Knoppix 5.1.1 for a spin on a cartload of different laptops.
Back to the drawing board: what LiveCD distro is out there that uses KDE as the primary desktop, but is stocked with best of breed apps appropriate to the questions the lab is asking and answering? Knoppix would seem to be the obvious answer.
Polishlinux.org reviews the Metisse window manager recently made available by Mandriva on a LiveCD?
Linux.com reviews the Sidux LiveCD.
Sidux aims to be the best Debian sid-based live CD — and it succeeds. It offers a clean, easy hard disk install and a fast release cycle.
PerformancePC reviews the latest version of Puppy Linux.
Though worthy Linux distributions from Ubuntu and SUSE run very well, they are also rather large collections (though certainly not as bloated as Windows is!) and this has led to the creation of some smaller incarnations like Damn Small Linux and Feather Linux. The best of these lite Linux versions, though, has got to be Puppy Linux, which, in its 2.14 version, shows that it can run very comfortably with the big hounds.
IBM Developerworks has a great how-to for building your own Fedora LiveCD.
Though Fedora Linux® is a popular and mature Linux distribution, and many people have created Live CD distributions based on Fedora, the Fedora project itself didn’t released its first official Live CD until December 2006. Learn how to build your own custom and easy-to-use Live CDs using a rewrite of Pilgrim, the Fedora Live CD creation tool.
Red Hat Magazine gives instructions to making a LiveCD using Kadischi.
Desktop Linux reports that a new version of SystemRescueCD is out and now included NTFS-3G 1.0 .
SIDUX 2007-01 screenshots by Phoronix.