Version Beta 15 of Cheix USB

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Release Notes: The installation script has been improved and simplified. The handling of the default user's files has been improved. All non-canonical software has been converted into Slackware packages. Rho has been added for emacs users. The screen now monitors both free memory and battery power. The cheix_admin script and rc.S have been improved. The handling of /etc/fstab and /mnt has been extended.

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    •  30 Jul 2012 13:22
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      Release Notes: This release adds minor fixes and improvements to the cheix_admin script, admin.html, and the INSTALL file. These are all documentation changes.

      •  26 Jan 2012 12:25
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        Release Notes: The internal msmtp package was reworked from a txz package to a tgz format to conform to Cheix's install script's requirements.

        •  24 Jan 2012 22:13
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          Release Notes: This release updates the lput and lget scripts. It also updates the internal packages for clex, msmtp, and rho.

          •  06 Nov 2011 20:03
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            Release Notes: This release stabilizes the Cheix install to a normal live USB. Cheix USB is now stable on both a bootable USB device and a hard drive installation. The next phase will be to boot Cheix from within any running Linux box in user mode.

            •  29 Oct 2011 03:01
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              Release Notes: The glibc-zoneinfo package was added to the GUST list. The /storage directory tree is now owned by user. The /storage/arcs directory was added to install_cheix.sh. The user and admin docs have been updated and expanded. The cheix_home script was made non-interactive. 2skel, lput, and lget were added to /usr/local/bin.

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