Thursday, July 8, 2010

Install CD V2

Long ago I put out a cd for installing linux, which would load itself into memory, thus allowing you to eject the disk, and get about on your installation. It had bugs. The graphics didn't work, it required a bloated 900MB of RAM, at least, to run, and the options were confusing.
I have fixed it. The second version requires 600MB to run, has leaner, more efficient versions of everything, and has proven to work in simulation. Better compression makes for a much shorter download, and it's just all around better. It also comes with DHCP, which may automatically configure the computer for networking the instant you turn it on. (DHCP requires a certain amount of infrastructure, namely a dedicated server. If not, you can configure networking manually.)
You can download it now, if you know how to use Linux....

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