Slackel 6.0.3 "Openbox" 发布
Slackel是基于Slackware Linux和Salix OS的自启动运行光盘Linux发行，并与两种基础发行完全兼容。它采用Slackware的当前版本和KDE桌面的最新版本。Slackel光盘镜像以两种形式提供：安装型和自启动运行型。
Slackel 6.0.3 "Live Openbox" </strong>has been released. Slackel is based on Slackware and Salix.
Slackel 6.0.3 "Live Openbox" includes the latest 3.14.33 kernel and latest updates from Slackware's 'Current' tree.
This release is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures with both fitting comfortably within the size of a single CD. Iso images are isohybrid.
The 64-bit iso supports booting on UEFI systems. SecureBoot is however not supported.
The 32-bit flavor is also the first live release that supports both i686 PAE SMP and i486, non-PAE capable systems.
The focus of this release has been to provide a lightweight and fast system and also to be easy for all users.
The default web browser included in this release is Midori, while the default e-mail client is Claws-mail.
The internet/network applications also include the Pidgin instant messaging application, the Transmission torrent client, the gFTP for connecting to (S)FTP servers, the Wicd Network Manager for connecting to wireless and wired networks and Sakis3g for connecting to 3G mobile networks.
The office applications are Abiword, for any word processing tasks, the powerful Gnumeric spreadsheet and the Atril document viewer.
In the multimedia section, Whaaw Media Player is here to cover video and audio playback, Exaile is included as a very capable music collection manager, while Brasero can be used to burn any sort of optical medium and Asunder to rip audio CDs.
The Salix Codecs Installer is available in the menus for easy installation of restricted codecs.
In the graphics section, Viewnior is used for viewing image files, Mtpaint is the default picture editor and Scrot is the snapshot utility. Simple Scan is included for using your scanner.
Geany provides a full featured and lightweight programming IDE and Leafpad is included for simple text editing tasks.
Several Openbox configuration tools have been included, like obconf, obkey and obmenu, so you can easily tweak your installation to your liking.
All the Salix system tools are present to make system administration easy and straight forward. The Gslapt package manager offer access to Slackware, Salix and Slackel package repositories, while Sourcery provides an easy way to interface with the SlackBuilds.org and the package building scripts that it offers. Package update notifications are handled by the non-intrusive Salix Update Notifier application.
The installation can be performed using three different installation modes. A Full mode installation, installs everything included in the installation medium. A Basic mode installation will only include the basic packages that make up the desktop environment, mainly Openbox, fbpanel and SpaceFM, the collection of Salix System Tools and the Midori browser, making it ideal for anyone who wants to built a desktop environment with a custom application selection. Finally the Core mode installation which will only install a command line based system, without any graphical environment at all.
Of course, the Slackel Live Installer (SLI) is included, so you can install Slackel Openbox from within a running live system on your hard drive as well as on a USB stick.
Important change is that SLI (Slackel live installer) now supports (e)lilo or grub boot loaders and also a different partition can be used for /home directory
As usual user can manage partitions through the installer using gparted and also set a password for root and create a new user with password for the installed system. Help appears while user move the mouse on the installer Gui.
There are 14 locales and timezones to choose on boot and options to boot with persistence, with no-pae i486 kernel, pae-smp i686 kernel, boot on command line and more.
If you want to transfer the iso to a USB stick, make sure you read the respective instructions in this file:
You can also use the dd command to write the iso to a USB stick, but some features like persistence, will not be available.
if you are booting with persistence, the very first time the live system will boot will take a while. This is because the persistence file is created at that point and that is somehow a lengthy process. However, the system will boot much faster at every consecutive boot.
I suggest users to not boot with persistence for the first time.
It is better to use the script to create a persistent file. And in next boot to use persistence.
(The root password for the live CD is “live”. Standard user login is “one” with password: "one")
You can download this release using the following Sourceforge links.
Slackel Live Openbox 6.0.3 (32-bit, i686)
(size: 699 MB, md5: 0fb4839d0b314e2b030d26a69712caad)
Slackel64 Live Openbox 6.0.3 (64-bit, x86_64)
(size: 693 MB, md5: ead33230c3c1655fd42e8597b96d95bc)