Releasing Slax 9.11.0 - Slax Linux
SLAX 9.11.0: A Minimalist and Simple Linux Distro for Your Pocket
If you are looking for a Linux distro that is small, fast, and easy to use, you might want to check out SLAX. SLAX is a minimalist desktop live CD based on Debian's "stable" branch, which means it is reliable and secure. It boots into a simple desktop using the Fluxbox window manager, which offers a small collection of applications, including the Chromium web browser, a text editor, and a calculator. You can also add more modules from the online repository or create your own, making SLAX modular and customizable.
One of the best features of SLAX is its portability. You can run it from a CD or a USB drive, without installing anything on your hard drive. You can also create a persistent storage on your USB drive, so you can save your changes and files across reboots. This makes SLAX ideal for carrying around in your pocket, as you can use it on any computer that can boot from USB or CD.
In this article, we will explore the features of SLAX 9.11.0, the latest version released in September 2019. We will also show you how to install it on your computer or USB drive, and how to use it for your daily tasks and troubleshooting.
Features of SLAX 9.11.0
Based on Debian 9.11 (Jessie)
SLAX is based on Debian, one of the oldest and most popular Linux distributions. Debian is known for its stability, security, and large software repository. SLAX uses Debian's "stable" branch, which means it only receives bug fixes and security updates, not new features or major changes.
The latest version of SLAX, 9.11.0, includes all the bug fixes and security updates from Debian 9.11 (code name Jessie), which was released in September 2019. This ensures that SLAX is up to date and safe to use.
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