Grml, a bootable live system (Live-CD) based on Debian which includes a collection of GNU/Linux apps designed for system administrators, is now at version 2013.02.
After just one release candidate, the final version of Grml 2013.02 has arrived. And the answer is yes, it's still called Grumpy Grinch.
According to the developers, this release brings the Grml tools towards the upcoming Debian stable release (AKA wheezy), provides up2date hardware support and fixes known bugs from the previous Grml release.
Also, the distribution is now based on Linux kernel 3.7.9 (no additional modules are shipped) and several bugs have been fixed. The Debian packages are taken from the testing version, up until February 26.
A complete list of updates and fixes is available on the official website.
Download Grml 2013.02 right now from the developers.