[News] New GNU/Linux Releases: Tiny Core Linux 2.7, Amahi 5.0

[News] New GNU/Linux Releases: Tiny Core Linux 2.7, Amahi 5.0

Post by Roy Schest » Thu, 24 Dec 2009 18:51:30


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Tiny Core Linux 2.7 arrives

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| Tiny Core lead developer Robert
| Shingledecker has announced the
| availability of version 2.7 of Tiny Core
| Linux. Tiny Core is a minimal Linux
| distribution that's only about 10 MB in
| size and is based on the 2.6 Linux kernel.
| The latest release includes several bug
| fixes, changes and updates.
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http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Tiny-Core-Linux-2-7-arrives-890813.html

Available Now: Tiny Core Linux 2.7

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| The founder of the Tiny Core Linux project,
| Robert Shingledecker, announced on December
| 19th the immediate availability of the Tiny
| Core Linux 2.7 operating system, a version
| that brings lots of updated applications
| and scripts, various improvements and, of
| course, a couple of bug fixes. Without
| further ado, let's take a closer look at
| some of the most important changes brought
| by the new Tiny Core Linux 2.7 operating
| system:
|
| appbrowser was updated and it now
| features a single "Install" button, and the
| "Download Only" button was renamed to
| "OnDemand;"
| appsaudit was updated and it now features
| a new menu option, called "Install
| Options;"
|
| [...]
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http://news.softpedia.com/news/Available-Now-Tiny-Core-Linux-2-7-130280.shtml

Amahi 5.0

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| Amahi version 5.0 is released. Amahi Linux
| Home Server is a server targeted for home
| and home office environments.
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http://www.itrunsonlinux.com/news/139-amahi-50

Does the distro matter?

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| But it got me thinking. A few weeks ago, I
| asked, Is there a best distro?. The
| question this phone call raised was, does
| it matter which distribution you are
| running? For the moment, let us put aside
| which has a better desktop and focus on the
| server. Is there really a difference
| between distributions when it comes to what
| you run on a server? Is there anything so
| specific within a distribution that it
| matters whether you are experienced with
| Debian or Red Hat? I will admit that in all
| my years of working in the Windows world,
| no one has asked me if I have experience
| with Datacenter instead of Standard. Why,
| in the Linux world should it matter if I
| have experience with CentOS instead of
| Unbreakable?
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http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/does-distro-matter


Recent:

Tiny Core Linux 2.6 arrives

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| Tiny Core lead developer Robert Shingledecker
| has announced the availability of version 2.6
| of Tiny Core Linux. Tiny Core is a minimal
| Linux distribution that's only about 10 MB in
| size and is based on the 2.6 Linux kernel. The
| latest release includes several bug fixes,
| changes and updates.
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http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Tiny-Core-Linux-2-6-arrives-870909.html


Tiny Core Linux 2.4 released

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| Tiny Core lead developer Robert
| Shingledecker has announced the
| availability of version 2.4 of Tiny Core
| Linux. Tiny Core is a minimal Linux
| distribution that's only about 10 MB in
| size and is based on the 2.6 Linux kernel.
| The maintenance release includes several
| changes, updates and bug fixes.
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http://www.h-online.com/open/Tiny-Core-Linux-2-4-released--/news/114439


Tiny Core Linux 2.3 : Linux 2u

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| Tiny Core Linux is a very small (10