Myrinix is a multi-purpose portable Linux distribution based on Debian Sid. It can be installed on a live CD, USB drive, or even a Windows XP NTFS partition without modifying the MBR. Myrinix also supplies a series of application modules that can be easily added to a live CD or portable drive for more functionality.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The distribution was rebuilt with Linux kernel 2.6.36. it comes with new cheat code, "softreset", and two new modules, 'ppstream' and 'thunder - bt client'.
Release Notes: This release upgrades all application modules and the desktop. There is currently no full ISO for download, so you can only build your own ISO with the bash script.
Release Notes: This release runs on kernel 184.108.40.206. The kernel cheatcode apps (e.g. apps=my_apps) allows a user to place the applications module they want to run on the live CD in the my_apps folder. The cheatcode union (e.g. union=my_desktop) allows a user to place a Gnome module in the my_desktop folder to let the live CD boot on Gnome.
Release Notes: This version comes with kernel 2.6.31. The new kernel makes myrinix boot faster and improves graphic card performance, especialy with Intel graphics.
Release Notes: This version is a total rebuild. it uses the Linux 220.127.116.11 kernel and reorders the boot sequence to start the desktop even faster than before. On average, a hard drive installed version can boot to the LXDE Desktop within 30 seconds, or 50 seconds for KDE4.3.