Debian live CD distro rev’d

The Elive team has released a long-awaited upgrade to its Debian-based, live CD-ready distro. The New Stable version of Elive 2.0, code-named Topaz, is equipped with the Enlightenment E17 desktop environment, but now offers an alternative Compaz desktop, plus new autolaunchers, system-recovery tools, and “configurators.”

Elive 2.0 represents the first major Elive release in almost three years, bringing the Debian-based live CD distribution up to date with many new features, says the Elive team. Based on the Linux 2.6.30.9 kernel, Elive 2.0 is said to provide new hardware support, as well as features like tuxonice (hibernation) and the Reiser4 and Ext4 file-systems.

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