TopologiLinux is an easy-to-install Linux distribution that is designed to be run on top of or inside your Windows computer without requiring repartitioning. It can mount itself using a loop-back device or be run like a traditional distribution, and works with DOS, Windows 9x, or Windows 2000/XP systems with an NTFS or FAT partition. It is based on the latest version of Slackware and contains some extra packages like OpenOffice.org, Wine, and much more.
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Release Notes: This release is based on a 188.8.131.52 kernel and Slackware 10.2. It is now also possible to install the distribution like a traditional Linux distribution, though loopmount and colinuxmode are still supported. Almost all of the packages were updated and GNOME 2.12 was included.
Release Notes: Based on Slackware 10.2 + Gnome (based on gware). You can now also install it in real "REAL" mode into a partition. There is a 2.6 kernel and many more changes.
Release Notes: Small fixes and updates were made. Some packages were upgraded.
Release Notes: Colinux was integrated, making it possible to run TopologiLinux from within Windows. A new grub-based boot manager was also added. The installation was rewritten and new scripts were included. The packages were upgraded to Slackware 10 with updates until 14 October 2004. Demo and full versions are now available - the demo is about 350MB and contains X, KDE, networking, and libraries, while the full version is supplied on two CDs.
Release Notes: It is now possible to run the distribution from inside Windows using coLinux.