Slax is revived after three years of silence

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Dec 11, 2012 7:35 PM EDT
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Slax 7.0, code-named "Green Horn", includes a kernel based on Linux 3.6, a suite of development tools and an up-to-date KDE 4 desktop that fits into a 210MB ISO images. Optionally, users can purchase a copy of the distribution on a 16GB USB stick for $25. The extra space on the thumb drive does not go wasted as the module system allows users to customise and extend their Slax image with a lot of additional software. Additionally, the distribution implements an optional persistent storage option that enables users to preserve their installed software and data on the live system across reboots.

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