[News] Linux Reviews: Wolvix 1.1.0 and Sabayon Linux 3.4

Wolvix 1.1.0 Mini-Review & Screenshots

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| Wolvix is a Linux distribution released as an installable liveCD. Originally 
| based on Slax, it is now built upon Slackware and seems to concentrate highly 
| on multimedia.  


Sabayon Linux: Something for everyone

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| If you've tried Sabayon in the past and found it lacking, give this version a 
| try. I'm glad I can finally give this derivative of my favorite distro a 
| thumbs-up. I just may continue using Sabayon as my main operating system.  



Dancing with Wolves, a Wolvix Hunter 1.1.0 Review

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| If I were to say I was impressed with Wolvix Hunter 1.1.0, it would be an 
| understatement. 


Stable Release: Wolvix 1.1.0

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| I'm pleased to announce the final release of Wolvix Cub  and Wolvix Hunter 
| version 1.1.0. I've not been able to get in contact with our sponsor to 
| spread the ISOs around the mirrors yet, so I've prepared some alternative 
| download locations to take the load off the main server.   


Review: Sabayon Business Edition 1.0

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| With all the hype about Sabayon Linux we at ReviewLinux.Com just had to take 
| a first look at this Linux distribution. The live DVD booted fine and we 
| enjoyed taking a look at this fully software packed Linux distro.  


Sabayon Linux 3.4 review

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| Sabayon is one distribution that can give all major distributions a run for 
| their money and it is almost there as well. The power of open source can not 
| be felt with binary distribution packages, the real power comes with custom 
| compilation, and an environment that provides an easy way to do the same. 
| Sabayon is the kind of environment that one should be looking at if s/he 
| wants to harnass the true power.     
| Hope that sabayon mantains its right track and iron out the rough corners so 
| that we can rely on a really briliant star. 


Sabayon 3.4 - Through the Looking Glass

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| I first tried Sabayon Linux in the 3.2 edition and I was plesantly surprised. 
| It found my wireless card, worked well with everything on my box, but it had 
| a few kinks and oddities that they seem to have worked out.  

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