[News] Reviews of Zenwalk Linux 6.4, Puppy Linux Lucid Puppy

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Zenwalk Linux 6.4

,----[ Quote ]
| The Standard Edition distribution installed 
| with no problems on my HP Pavillion 
| dv2-1010ez, which has an AMD cpu, ATI 
| graphics and Atheros WiFi, and everything 
| works just fine. I have not loaded it on my 
| HP 2133 yet, but I just checked and it does 
| include the openchrome driver in the base 
| distribution (hooray!), so I am hopeful it 
| will load on that system easily as well. I 
| will try to get that done, as well as my 
| "plain vanilla" Lifebook Intel-based 
| system, over the weekend and post an update 
| about it next week.
| If you read my short post about Slackware 
| 13.1 yesterday, and perhaps were a bit put 
| off by the "minimalist" installation 
| booting to a text login prompt and such (or 
| if you are just lazy like me), then Zenwalk 
| is an excellent way to get started with a 
| complete ready-to-run Slackware-based 
| distribution.


Review: Puppy Linux Lucid Puppy – With Screenshots

,----[ Quote ]
| Puppy Linux. One of the most iconic Linux 
| distros out there. I have played around 
| with them for what seems like ages, and 
| have found reasons to both love and hate 
| them over the years.
| As of recently Puppy has been built from 
| Ubuntu, and I take a look at the newest 
| release…



Zenwalk Core 6.4 is ready !

,----[ Quote ]
| Zenwalk Core is a one of a kind complete
| 300MB base Zenwalk system designed to build
| high-performance / high-security non-GUI
| Linux servers, or to be used as the base of
| your own custom light-speed Desktop System.
| You'll be amazed how it can be installed in
| just 10 minutes using the auto-install
| setup option on a dedicated disk : then
| you're ready to query the Netpkg repository
| to install your desktop of choice, or any
| network servers like Apache, Postfix, … in
| case you're a network administrator. Feel
| free to check our repository for
| availability of any application, you'll
| notice it's fairly complete (you can also
| use Slackware packages as Zenwalk 6.4 is
| Slackware compatible).

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A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this...

The Stock Review - Stock News & Analysis
Brokerage firms on Wall Street have been given an average recommendation of 2.44 for Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ:XLNX). This is the mean buy/sell rating ...

The Beverly Review: Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood's local news since 1905
Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood's local news since 1905

The Brooks Review

The Literary Review - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Literary Review is an American literary magazine founded in 1957. The quarterly magazine is published internationally by Fairleigh Dickinson ...

AFL Match Review Panel: GWS Giants forward Jeremy Cameron sent to the AFL tribunal
Greater Western Sydney may have to start their season without star forward Jeremy Cameron, who will front the AFL Tribunal this week.

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