Salix 14.1 "Live Xfce" 发布,基于Slackware的Linux发行

jopen 6年前

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The Salix Live team is proud to announce the immediate release of Salix Live Xfce 14.1. We haven't had a live release for quite a while, this being our first official live release in more than two years!

During the last few months there has been a lot of action behind the scenes to get this ready. The live system creation scripts that we were using up to the 13.37 release (called SaLT), while originally created with the idea to become a one stop solution for creating our live releases without much trouble had become a burden to use. After a lot of trying to get them work with newer releases, we decided that we should switch to a better, easier to use system. This is based on the Slackware Live Scripts, which is also what powers other Slackware-based live systems as well. The scripts were tweaked and adjusted to meet our requirements and the fruit of this work is available here, including a new installer and persistence options. The new live scripts have a number of advantages over our old scripts, with the most important being that there is no need to use a separate live-specific kernel, instead the exact same kernel as in a standard installation iso is used along with an initrd image for booting the live iso.

This release is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, while the 64-bit iso supports booting on UEFI systems. SecureBoot is however not supported.

The software included in this release mirrors that present in a standard Salix Xfce 14.1 release as closely as possible. Midori is the default browser, Libreoffice covers any office needs, Claws Mail, Pidgin, Gimp, Geany, Parole, Exaile and everything else is still there, including of course the full collection of our own system administration tools. As with all Salix editions, the full set of graphical system tools is available, including the Gslapt package manager and the Sourcery SlackBuild manager. Users comfortable with the default collection in Salix will definitely feel at home. Of course, the Salix Live Installer (SLI) is included, so you can install Salix from within a running live system on your hard drive as well as on a USB stick.

If you want to transfer the iso to a USB stick, make sure you read the respective instructions in this file: ... ON_USB.TXT

You can also use the dd command to write the iso to a USB stick, but some features like persistence, will not be available.

Sadly, the Xfce edition has grown in size and it can no longer fit in a single CD, so you now need a DVD if you want to burn it to an optical medium.

You can download this release using the following links.

Salix Live Xfce 14.1 (32-bit, i686)
(size: 746 MB, md5: 331e55d6d17d22e77703ca9b2f287b42)
Sourceforge: ... o/download
torrent: ... so.torrent

Salix64 Live Xfce 14.1 (64-bit, x86_64)
(size: 790 MB, md5: 1a6f5e8c37728f58b6770b41fd95d1bf)
Sourceforge: ... o/download
torrent: ... so.torrent