I have the joy announcing the Bluewhite Linux 12.2 LiveDVD stable version is ready for download!
Bluewhite Linux LiveDVD reached version 12.2 and includes almost all programs from the Bluewhite Linux Install DVD, and packages made by the Bluewhite Linux community. The LiveDVD is designed to run on a single or multi core AMD64 and Intel EM64T servers and workstations.
Since the Bluewhite Linux 12.2-BETA LiveDVD, we have added new packages and updated some of the already installed ones which fix one or more security issues. The LiveDVD is powered by the Linux Kernel 18.104.22.168 with advanced features and optimized for performance. Also, you will find, the default window manager, the award winning K Desktop Environment version 4.2; the Mozilla Firefox 3.0.6 and Seamonkey 1.1.14 (including Flash and 64-bit Java plugins), the Mozilla Thunderbird and K-mail e-mail clients, the OpenOffice 3.0 suite, newly added Extreme Tux Racer, Battle for Wesnoth, Super Tux games; Blender – open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation; the IA32 Emulation to run 32-bit programs; Eclipse – Java Development Tools, and Plug-in Development Environment; ALICE managers to easily configure your operating system; BW64Installer to install the Bluewhite Linux 12.2 LiveDVD on to your HDD and many more.
Please see the ChangeLog for a complete list of the added packages and the Bluewhite64 Linux 12.2 LiveDVDpage for more details about this release. Screen Captures with this release can be found at the Gallery page. Enjoy!
Please help support the continue development and maintenance of the Bluewhite64 Linux Project by acquiring DVD’s with Bluewhite64 Linux 12.2 from store.bin-sh.ro, on-disk.com and pctech101.com, or buy good quality products like T-shirts, Wall Clocks, Mugs, Hats, Bags and many more.
As always, I’d like to say thanks to the Bluewhite64 Linux community for creating packages, testing and sending bug reports, to Yucatan “Kenjiro” Costa for the KDE 4.x packages, to Francesco and Stefano for their work on th 3’rd party packages and to all who are helped and using Bluewhite64 Linux! Enjoy!