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Zool Linux

Zool Linux is a project whose goal is to assist in making Linux mini-distributions, useful for floppy-based rescue systems, or to check hardware and network connections. It supports many different filesystems and utilities.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  19 May 2004 02:42

    Release Notes: BusyBox is now used instead of Crunchbox. The FS checking utilities were removed, and the built-in shell was changed to ash. The default editor is now vi. DevFS was added along with a DHCP server/client daemon, wget, route, ping, nslookup, ftp, httpd, and pgen. The init system was changed and the sysv scripts were rewritten. Some cleanups were made along with some hacks to kernel 2.4.26 to make it smaller. linux_logo.h was changed, and BusyBox was hacked to make it faster and smarter.

    •  17 Jul 2003 04:34

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  21 Jan 2003 20:24

        Release Notes: This release supports networking.

        •  09 Jan 2003 18:21

          Release Notes: This release is based on kernel 2.4.18 and supports a wide range of utils and filesystems.


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