Trustix Secure Linux 2.2 beta 1
The Trustix Team is proud to announce Trustix Secure Linux 2.1.50 nicknamed Wonderboy. It is the first beta for the upcoming 2.2 release.
The Trustix Team is proud to announce Trustix Secure Linux 2.1.50
nicknamed Wonderboy. It is the first beta for the upcoming 2.2
Trustix has already built an enviable reputation for stability and
security, proving consistently to be one of the quickest to issue
security patches and updates. This latest release further strengthens
that message and sets a rock solid baseline for new and existing
customers of the free to use - Trustix Secure Linux - distribution.
Bringing together enhancements in speed and security Trustix Secure
Linux 2.2 now offers support for Serial ATA disk drives and the leading
open source AntiSpam and AntiVirus solutions - Spamassassin and
ClamAV. Trustix remains committed to the open source community with
Trustix Secure Linux 2.2 being the next step in the evolution of the
world's most secure commercially supported Linux distribution. Other
more detailed enhancements are detailed here:-
In addition, most of the packages has been brought up to their latest
So where can you get it?
You can find it on your favorite mirror under the pre-releases directory.
If you don't know where that mirror is, please see
About Trustix Secure Linux
Trustix Secure Linux was specifically designed for the server market.
With a focus on security and stability, the whole system benefits from a
fully automatic update agent known as SWUP, eliminating the most
critical issue of server security - Patch management. The URL is
With an exciting roadmap of additional features planned, Trustix
Operating System, the full commercial product continues to be recognised
as a leading Linux Distribution for secure business infrastructures and
Enterprise Servers supporting both the X86 and IBM Power architectures.
Erlend Midttun [e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Head of Trustix Secure Linux Department, Comodo Group http://www.trustix.org/
IRC: Golle Registered Linux user #5779
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