rpm livelinuxcd is a set of ISO images and a toolkit. The first CD image is a basic live CD with X/KDE, GNOME, twm, VPN/DSL, kickstart, and other tools based on RPM packages. The second CD image includes a server with ssh, Apache, PHP, MySQL, Samba, Squid, and more, but without X11. The toolkit consists of shell scripts to create new CDs from RPM package lists or comps files.
|Tags||Recovery Tools Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based|
Release Notes: This release uses Fedora Core 3 (Heidelberg) and KDE 3.3.1, GNOME 2.8, Open Office, Firefox/Thunderbird, and more. It adds KDE language profiles for German, English, Francaise, and Italian, much more reliable detection of ddc-capable monitors, and better xorg.conf generation. Startup time has improved; it's now ~1-3 minutes, of which hardware detection takes the most time. KDE User Sessions are now auto-saved to/restored from USB storage (/dev/sda1).
Release Notes: This release uses the Fedora Core 2 packages and a 2.6 kernel by default (2.4 is included as a fallback). The X Server was changed from XFree86 to Xorg. Most bugs were fixed, including a problem with auto-creation of the /etc/resolv.conf file. X auto-configuration is still a bit sketchy.
Release Notes: The system was switched to a loopback image. tmpfs support was added. Tools to find local Windows and Linux partitions were added. Many bugs in buildroot toolkit were fixed. /usr/share/doc and man-pages are now included. The RPM database is included. The CDROM will now boot from any IDE CD drive if there is more than one. Non-interactive hardware detection now works. The system now works fine in a machine with 64MB of RAM.
No changes have been submitted for this release.