Release Notes: This release includes all the applications that are present in 4MLinux-3.1 and 4MLinux-3.1-rescue-edition. Wine 1.2.3 has also been added. Both Wine and Java (JRE 1.6.0_26) are used by 4MLinux scripts to download and run various X applications (so-called extensions).
Release Notes: The main features in this release are maintenance (4MLinux Backup Scripts 6.1 and Clam AntiVirus 0.97.8), multimedia (MPlayer SVN-36169-4.7.2 and FFmpeg Git-2013-04-09), a mini server (FTP, HTTP, SSH, SFTP, and Telnet), and mystery (a collection of small Linux games). The X Window System is based on X.Org Server 1.14.0, Mesa 9.0.3, JWM 2.1.0, and the FOX toolkit 1.6.49. Both Ethernet (including WiFi) and dialup (including fast USB modems) networking are supported. The size of the ISO image is about 45 MB.
Release Notes: This is a core system (about 5 MB in size) for the 4MLinux 6.1 series. The system includes: Linux 3.9.0, glibc 2.16, and Busybox 1.20.2. All 4MLinux 6.1 applications have been compiled under Fedora 18 (x86/32-bit/SMP) with GNU Compiler Collection 4.7.2.
Release Notes: This is the final (stable) release of 4MLinux 6.0. It has all the features included in 4MLinux 6.0 Rescue Edition, 4MLinux 6.0 Media Edition, 4MLinux 6.0 Server Edition, and 4MLinux 6.0 Game Edition.
Release Notes: This is an updated version of 4MLinux 5.1 Game Edition, using 4MLinux 6.0 as the core system. The 4MLinux collection includes, among other things, the following items: classic "shoot'em up" games (Abuse, Doom, Heretic, Hexen, and Quake), Liero (a realtime "Worms-like" game), Lincity (a construction and management simulation game), space shooters (XGalaga, Kobo Deluxe), and DOSBox 0.74 with some Freeware DOS games. Michael Speck's LGames and ec64 (a Commodore C64 emulator) are also available.
Release Notes: This is an updated version of 4MLinux 5.1 Server Edition, using 4MLinux 6.0 as a core system. The biggest change is the implementation of a highly-customized version of thttpd as a default HTTP server, which has the following features available out of the box: both public and private (i.e., password protected) hosting, virtual hosts enabled by default, support for both unencrypted and encrypted ("https") connections, and compiled-in PHP support. There is an online demo (server.4mLinux.com), too.