Feather Linux is a Linux distribution based on Knoppix 3.4 that can fit on a Mini-CD or on a 128 MB USB pen drive. It aims to have a wide range of applications for desktop, rescue, and administration uses.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The hard drive installation script has been tweaked, and Firefox and Gaim have been updated.
Release Notes: Rhapsody, didiwiki, xfsprogs, torsmo, gnupod, GRUB, and several Perl modules were added. Sylpheed replaced Thunderbird, Vim replaced zile and nvi, and emelfm replaced emelfm2. Ruby and XPaint were removed, and many packages were updated. Some small changes to the HD install script and rm-dpkg were made, and Kismet configuration files are now writable from the CD. A new experimental HD install script was also added.
Release Notes: The kernel was upgraded to version 2.4.27, thus incorporating SATA support, and various kernel modules and wireless drivers were updated. FreeNX, John the Ripper, kismet, Tcl 8.4, qemu, abcde, screen, the paketto package, and macchanger were added. The Monkey webserver was updated to version 0.9.0, and software for STV0680B-based digital cameras was added.
Release Notes: Feather is now around 115 Mb. Mtools, emelfm2, vncdec, elhttp, quagga, ion2, and Captive NTFS have been included. aircrack has been updated. IceWM and wman have been fixed. The dma, readahead, and custom-noram cheatcodes have been added. Scripts to download a Web development environment and the Distributed.net client have also been included.
Release Notes: Wakeonlan, a tool to send Wake-on-LAN packets, has been included, and aMSN and Arno's firewall script have been updated. A custom resolution option has been added, memory usage and hard drive boot time have been reduced slightly, and some small changes have been made to mplayer. It has been made possible to add users while running from a CD.
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