[Phoronix] has screenshots of the new Sabayon Linux 3.2 Mini LiveCD.
DesktopLinux brings news and screenshots of Ulteo, a new distro created by the founder of Mandrake Linux.
This installable live CD is based on Debian and Ubuntu packages. It’s installed on the hard-drive using ‘Yuch,’ he added.
The Coding Studio has screenshots of the prerelese version of SLAX 6.0.0.
SLAX is fast and beautiful Linux operating system which fits on small (3.14″) CD-ROM disc.
Techgage has a review of the soon to be released Sabayon Linux 3.2. Included are many screenshots of this impressive distro.
Phoronix has screenshots of Xfld 0.3, an Ubuntu based LiveCD running the latest release of XFCE (4.4-rc1).
Linux.com has a review of Sabayon Linux miniEdition 3.0. Screenshots of some 3D effects are included.
Sabayon has earned a reputation for running right on the cutting edge; it is the first distro to deploy a live CD using the Beryl compositing engine and Nvidia’s newest beta video drivers.
Techgage has a review of the new Gentoo 2006.1. Included are many screenshots of the LiveCD and the GUI installer in action.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a full six months since 2006.0 was released. Time indeed flies. The regular Gentoo release schedule is one per six months, and with this current release they hit the schedule dead on. This release doesn’t introduce anything major, but there have been many improvements that we will be getting into.
TuxMachines has a thorough review of PCLinuxOS 0.93a. Included are lots of screenshots.
OSDir brings screenshots of the latest Elive.
OSDir has screenshots of SimplyMEPIS 6.0 running as a LiveCD.
OSDir has screenshots of Dreamlinux 2.0.
OSDir brings us new screenshots of Wolvix 1.0.5 Alpha.
Phoronix has screenshots of Zenwalk ZenLive 2.6.
ReviewLinux.Com has a screenshot-filled review of Mandriva One.
ReviewLinux.Com reviews GParted LiveCD 0.2.5-1. Lots of screenshots to go with the review.
OSDir.com has screenshots of SimplyMEPIS 6.0 Beta 5.
Tuxmachines.org also has a short review of Puppy Linux 2.0.
Tuxmachines.org has a solid review of Knoppix 5.0.1, and as always, include bucketfulls of screenshots.