4MLinux Core 11.1

A core version of the 4MLinux operating system aimed for building your own distro

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What's new in 4MLinux Core 11.1:

  • The status of the 4MLinux 11.1 series has been changed to STABLE. The FLTK toolkit has been added to run TigerVNC and other software. Wine and FileZilla are now available as downloadable extensions (even in the basic version of 4MLinux). The MakeMKV package has been included in the drivers section of the 4MLinux LiveCD. After installing this package, it is possible to play (and rip) all kinds of DVD and Blu-ray discs.
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4MLinux Core is an open source distribution of Linux, a special edition of the 4MLinux operating system designed to provide users with a very minimal environment for creating their very own Linux distributions from scratch.

This is the core edition of 4MLinux, on which all the other 4MLinux flavors are based, including 4MLinux Main Edition, 4MLinux Game Edition, 4MLinux Media Edition, 4MLinux Multiboot Edition, 4MLinux Rescue Edition, 4MLinux Server Edition, and 4MLinux Allinone Edition.

It is used to create all other 4MLinux editions

With this distribution it’s possible to create any Linux-based operating system that can be used as a system rescue CD, for playing multimedia files and games, a capable Web or FTP server using the inetd daemon, or a standard workstation.

The core flavor of 4MLinux usually comes with an LTS (Long Term Support) Linux kernel, the GLibc library, Busybox toolkit. In addition, Gallium3D, Nvidia, and AMD Radeon video drivers can be downloaded from the 4MLinux website.

Distributed as a minimal Live CD with support for 32-bit and 64-bit PCs

It is distributed as a single Live CD ISO image of only 5MB in size. It can be used as-is directly from a CD disc or USB flash drive. To enter the live session, you will first need to set a password for the root (system administrator) account.

After that, you will be able to login into the live environment with the root username and the password you’ve just created. There is no graphical desktop for this 4MLinux edition, as all the necessary tools are command-line based.

Under the hood, we can mention that all the core components of 4MLinux have been compiled under Fedora Linux (x86/32-bit/SMP) with the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 4.8.1 compiler application.

Bottom line

All in all, 4MLinux Core is a Fedora-based operating system that can be used by experienced Linux users to create distributions with a minimal set of applications, for a specific target audience.

4MLinux Core was reviewed by , last updated on March 22nd, 2015

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