Linux+ Live 2006-01-beta
Linux+ Live DVD is Live type of Linux distribution, based on Aurox Linux
Linux+ Live DVD is Live type of Linux distribution, based on Aurox Linux. It is associated with Linux+ magazine and includes applications described in this magazine.
In our distro we are using rpm packages (Fedora Core ones).
Here are some key features of "Linuxplus Live":
usage of UnionFS;
saving data and configuration on external device;
support for TV cards (Video4Linux), including apps: KDETV, TVtime, Xawtv, Zapping and MythTV;
develpment version of Anjuta 2.x with Glade 3.0;
printing software CUPS, including apps: Mting, Kover, Mptool, HP Device Manager;
RSS readers (Liferea, Blam);
binary editor (Bless);
document viewer (Envince);
karaoke player (PyKaraoke) with examplary files and CDGtools;
personal file indexing database (Kat);
antivirus GUI (ClamTk);
excelent games (Glest and Globulation2)
and GRAMPS Genealogy System.
Download Linux+ Live 2006-01-beta
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