Phoronix has screenshots of Xfld 0.3, an Ubuntu based LiveCD running the latest release of XFCE (4.4-rc1).
WhatPC has an introduction to open source, Linux, and LiveCDs using Damn Small Linux.
We will explain how to try Linux by running the operating system from a CD, not the hard disk, so there’s no need to abandon Windows.
DesktopLinux.com is reporting on the new lightweight Kurumin Linux LiveCD.
MadPenguin reviews Puppy Linux 2.02.
Lately, it feels like the world is being overrun with otherwise outdated PCs. With landfills overflowing with unwanted computers, it’s great to find that Linux developers have taken it upon themselves to offer a viable solution to simply throwing away older computers. In today’s review, we’ll look closely at Puppy Linux and how well it does from a compatibility point-of-view. Since a number of other reviews have already explained how well Puppy Linux can do with outdated hardware, we figured it might prove valuable to see how well Puppy Linux functions on newer hardware with the needs of today’s notebook user.
The latest DistroWatch Weekly is announcing the donation of $350 to the Puppy Linux project. The author of Puppy Linux responded that he will put the money towards hardware instead of pizza and coke.
DesktopLinux has a preview of Puppy Linux 2.10.
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.
DesktopLinux.com has an article full of useful LiveCD information.
A new version of Puppy Linux has been released with the new NTFS-3G driver, which allows writing to NTFS partitions.
LINUX.SYS-CON.COM dives into the world of Damn Small Linux, and describes some of the more interesting uses of this great lightweight LiveCD.
In this article you will learn how to turn a blank CD and an inexpensive USB keydrive into a powerful, portable, take-along operating system complete with modern applications like Firefox, a Web server, and multimedia tools. All this can be done using free Open Source Linux software.
DesktopLinux.com has an overview of the new Damn Small Linux – Not.
Linux.com reviews DSL-N.
According to Distrowatch.com, Damn Small Linux is the most popular microLinux distribution. What began as a toy project to stuff the maximum software inside a 50MB ISO file has matured into a refined community project known for its speed and versatility.
OSVids.com has a new video of Damn Small Linux 3.0.
Damn Small Linux 3.0 is out! Two major changes include the addition of SSHFS and UnionFS. Check out all the changes here.
Tuxmachines.org also has a short review of Puppy Linux 2.0.