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DeadCD is a minimalistic Linux livecd, based on the Debian distribution.




DeadCD is a minimalistic Linux livecd, based on the Debian distribution. It's goal is to provide small - the maximum size is 100 MB -, fast and feature-rich versatile system.

DeadCD is minimalistic Linux live CD based on Debian that provides a small (at most 100MB), fast, feature-rich, and versatile system. It features software for both the command line and X, making it quite usable for different configurations. It features software such as Mozilla Firefox, MPlayer, Sylpheed, irssi, centericq, OpenSSH, and thttpd.

What's New in This Release:

UnionFS 1.0.5 - yes, DeadCD is probably the first distro to use UnionFS for 2.6 kernels.
Minor rewrite of mountpoint autodetection
Fixed minor issue with initrd-tools
Nearly doubled list of cards in video.lst
If you do not have a config, startx will run xconf first
Added "exec,suid,dev" options to mountpoints
Fixed looking monitors up in database
Add nmap
Add 855resolution
Add deadinstall to deadtools - HDD installation is now possible easily, however needs still some work
Add homeimage=hda1/root:home.img boot-option
Add rdesktop
Add patch
Add multiple application wizards to DeadEasy
Add ssl support to msmtp
Add hdparm
Some attempt to get boot from USB cd-rom working - possibly won't make it, but at least a good start
Last updated on August 15th, 2005

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