Synonyms for pclinuxos or Related words with pclinuxos
Examples of "pclinuxos"
, featuring the Xfce (Phoenix), LXDE (
-LXDE), and Gnome (
-Gnome) desktops were also made available.
2011.6 version was released on June 27, 2011.
Gnome Edition" is an example of a "community remaster".
There are several community projects associated with
The last version of the 2009 Live CD,
2009.2, was released on June 30, 2009. Improvements included bug fixes, new backgrounds, sounds, and start-up screen, as well as quicker start-up times. It was the last
live CD to ship with K Desktop Environment 3, and the last of the
2007 backward compatible series.
includes the mklivecd script, there have been several third-party distributions over the years based on
, though they may only mention that connection if they follow strict guidelines. Currently
On 11 March 2009, TinyMe's developer announced a split from
2013 64-bit first version was released on April 10, 2013.
A "community remaster" may contain software and components from outside but if so, then it should not have any reference to
other than "derived from
" or "based on
" if intended for distribution. There have been several of these third-party distributions over the years, though they may only mention that connection if they follow strict guidelines concerning the quality, maintainability and distribution channels, all subject to approval from officiating members of the forum.
A "remaster" is a personalized version of
created according to the needs of an individual. It is created using the mklivecd script applied to its installation, which can be of any of the "official" flavors of
. An "official remaster" can only include software and components from the official repository (version control).
The newest edition of
incorporates the MATE desktop environment, announced on the 3rd July 2013.
Mate ISO's are now available in both 32 and 64bit flavors. These ISOs are small enough to fit on a standard 700 mb CD or a small USB key.
Granular utilizes the
repository and its own as well for software/package management. Granular's own repository was opened in March 2008, and since then, it has been a source of all Granular-specific RPM packages, some of which are not available in the
With version 5.1.x, TLSP moved to the
platform - but has since adopted Ubuntu in its place. The current production version of TLSP is 7.0.3.
Versions of the software have already been packaged in Arch Linux, Bodhi Linux (where it has been voted 3.8 stars) and a community remaster of
is distributed as a Live CD, which can also be installed to a local hard disk drive or USB flash drive. Since version 2009.1, provides a USB installer to create a Live USB, where the user's configuration and personal data can be saved if desired. A live USB of older versions of
can be created manually or with UNetbootin. The entire CD can be run from memory, assuming the system has sufficient RAM.
uses APT-RPM, based on Advanced Packaging Tool (or APT), a package management system (originally from the Debian distribution), together with Synaptic Package Manager, a GUI to APT, in order to add, remove or update packages. If there is enough memory on the machine, and an active network connection, the Live CD can update packages.
is also designed to be easy to remaster after installation, creating one's own personalized Live CD, using the mylivecd tool.
Distributions which come pre-installed with libdvdcss include BackTrack, CrunchBang Linux, LinuxMCE, Linux Mint,
, Puppy Linux 4.2.1, Slax, Super OS, Pardus, and XBMC Live.
2012.02 version was released on February 22, 2012. Later another maintenance release was made on August 22, 2012. Major changes compared to 2011 release are:
The precursor to
was a set of RPM packages created to improve successive versions of Mandrake Linux (now Mandriva Linux). These packages were created by Bill Reynolds, a packager better known as "Texstar". From 2000 to 2003, Texstar maintained his repository of RPM packages in parallel with the PCLinuxOnline site. In an interview, Reynolds said he started
"to provide an outlet for [his] crazy desire to package source code without having to deal with egos, arrogance and politics."
Although it retains a similar "look and feel" to Mandriva Linux,
has diverged significantly. The code was officially forked from Mandrake 9.2 into an independent project in 2003. After three years of continuous development, the developers took advantage of further development in (the renamed) Mandriva in late in 2006 for
2007. In the releases before 2007, it was normally necessary to perform a re-installation.
SuperGamer is a Linux distribution for the x86 platform originally based on the
distribution, and is currently based on VectorLinux. Focusing on gaming, it is designed to be run directly from a Live DVD.
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