Jibbed, a LiveCD distribution based on the NetBSD operating system that works directly from a CD, is now at version 6.0.
Unlike previous releases, the present version of Jibbed, 6.0, is only available for the 64-bit architecture. It also arrived with a two-month delay.
Jibbed 6.0 features advanced automatic hardware detection which provides support for a lot of graphics cards, sound cards, network interfaces, and USB devices.
User who download and use this LiveCD will get to experience a complete NetBSD environment, including compiler sets, not to mention some features such as tmpfs, which can be used to simulate read-write access on read-only media.
According to the developer, the capabilities of Jibbed 6.0 ranges from use by experts as a rescue environment to first-time users learning Unix. The LiveCD runs without any problems in VirtualBox, VMware or QEMU.
Download Jibbed 6.0 right now from Softpedia.