At the June Linux SIG we looked at the latest Knoppix DVD Talk about having everything, this live disc has it all: LXDE, KDE and Gnome plus a generous dose of Compiz Fusion and even a talking version for blind users. Knoppix was the first live Debian CD but it has now grown to DVD. If you copy to a USB you need a 8Gb stick.
June Linux Links:
- HTG Explains: Why Linux Doesn’t Need Defragmenting – If you’re a Linux user, you’ve probably heard that you don’t need to defragment your Linux file systems. You’ll also notice that Linux distributions don’t come with disk-defragmenting utilities. But why is that?
- Fedora Linux capitulates to Microsoft boot certificate | To run on UEFI-secured machines, the next version of Fedora will use a digital key from Microsoft
- Red Hat deal with Microsoft is a bad idea
- 2012’s Best Linux desktop: Linux Mint 13 | The Linux Mint distribution keeps getting better and better with its own take on GNOME, the Cinnamon Linux desktop
- The Perfect Desktop – Linux Mint 13 (Maya) | HowtoForge – The Perfect Desktop – Linux Mint 13 (Maya)
- Linux Mint Maya vs. Windows 8! The post compares the version of Linux Mint ( v 13) the most popular distribution at present according to DistroWatch.
- Introducing the Mint Box