Fedora Unity Project has released Fedora Core 6 LiveCDs and LiveDVDs.
A Live-Spin CD or DVD provides a “reasonably useful web browser/email/OpenOffice access,” said Jef Spaleta, long time Fedora community member. It “should be a good quick peek at what the FC6 desktops feel like … without having to do a full install.” He added, “9 out of 10 voices in my head agree: ‘Unity’s Live-Spin CD is a pretty good starting point for future live CD development.'”
DistroWatch is reporting the testing release of a new version of FreeSBIE.
Slashdot is announcing the release of the m0n0wall based pfSense 1.0 Firewall LiveCD.
The Kororaa Project has released the next version of their LiveCD, and the results of their research into closed source binary drivers being distributed with the Linux kernel. The result is a LiveCD which still has XGL, but only with ATI video cards using the open source driver.
DesktopLinux.com is reporting on the new lightweight Kurumin Linux LiveCD.
The latest testing version of Ubuntu Edgy 6.10, Knot 3, has been released. The biggest change is the move to upstart, which should eventually benefit every laptop user.
Common to all variants, we have changed the init system from the venerable sysvinit to upstart which is an event-driven init script system.
DistroWatch is reporting the release of two popular LiveCDs, Sabayon Linux and Puppy Linux.
Announced in the latest DistroWatch Weekly, the latest GParted LiveCD has added support for moving partitions.
DesktopLinux is announcing a new LiveCD for KateOS.
“It [v3.0 Live] is a great demonstration of our system’s possibilities,” the Poland-based team said in the release announcement. “It can also come very handy when trying to rescue another system.”
The Fedora Unity Project has released Fedora Core LiveCDs and LiveDVDS. Currently they have FC5 and FC6t2 available for download.
Official Fedora Live images are something we all have been looking forward to seeing in the Fedora Community. Kadischi will be the tool to create such live images. Fedora Unity has recently joined forces with Kadischi to help provide testing and to release live images which we are calling “Live-Spins.”
Gentoo has released all new LiveCDs for a variety of platforms. While they may be created with the intention of installing Gentoo, they offer great hardware support, and have enough tools to be used in a variety of different circumstances.
RR4 and RR64 are now officially replaced with the release of Sabayon Linux x86/x86-64 3.0 RC2. Based on Gentoo, Sabayon continually stays up to date with the latest packages, bringing the future of Linux to a LiveDVD.
A new version of Puppy Linux has been released with the new NTFS-3G driver, which allows writing to NTFS partitions.
DesktopLinux.com has an overview of the changes in the new version of GoblinX.
DesktopLinux announces the new Ubuntu-based SimplyMEPIS 6.0 release.
Damn Small Linux 3.0 is out! Two major changes include the addition of SSHFS and UnionFS. Check out all the changes here.
DesktopLinux researches all the new stuff in the new Damn Small Linux release.