After a long time in development, Slax 6 is finally out.
Phoronix has screenshots of the latest release candidate of SLAX 6.0.0.
Linux by Examples uses the SLAX LiveCD to perform some data recovery and repair on a couple broken Windows machines.
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.
The Linux Newbie compares 11 different LiveCDs in this article. One interesting piece of information included is boot times for each of the LiveCDs.
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DistroWatch Weekly has a quick summary of new LiveCDs from Ubuntu, Debian, and SLAX.
KDE Dot News has an interview with Tomas Matejicek, the creator of SLAX.
What are you most looking forward to about the 4.0 release?
Tomas: Wobbly windows by using 2D acceleration (without 3D cards).
SLAX has a new release several days after their last one. The main reason for this release is the addition of safe NTFS write support.
This article from PC Pro has some pretty opinionated ideas about which OS is the best to get work done in, and while I don’t agree with many of them, the author does have some nice things to say about DSL and SLAX.
TuxMachines.org has a thorough review of Slax 5.1.4.
Slax recently released version 5.1.4 of their amazing “pocket os” and since it had been almost a year since our last look, we thought we’d better find out what 5.1.4 was like. Much like its predecessor, it has a whole lot chocked into a small kde-based download. At 192 mb, is it worth the download?
Along with the new SLAX release comes screenshots of 5.0.8 Standard Edition from OSDir.com.
SLAX is announcing that version 5.0.8 is out. Unlike the last release, all the different SLAX versions (frodo, killbill, popcorn) have been updated, and the long awaited SLAX Server Edition has been released too. All include the 2.6.16 kernel.