From: John van V. <john_van_v@ya...> - 2003-02-20 16:47:06
It is only a matter of time before we develop a user base to support:
The Linux Society Distro, eLSD, was announced September 21, 2002. Derived from
Devil-Linux, eLSD is a highly secure CD boot only OS. It's currently available
in three versions:
0.1 - Devil-Linux offered as a build and burn kit.
0.2 - This version begins to make changes towards the eLSD goals by creating a
bigger divide between the initrd/linuxrc boot and the init/boot in the OS. It
also boots w/o the floppy that includes the /etc filesystem.
0.3 - This version actually converts Devil-Linux into an optional hard drive
boot OS. The boot process occurs entirely in the initrd phase and then accesses
the harddrive. This kit offers a robust kernel, two custom initrds -- one that
boots to busybox/tinylogin -- and grub and parted support.
Devil-Linux is a special Linux distribution used for Firewalls and Routers. The
goal of Devil-Linux is to have a small, customizable and secure Linux OS. It
comes on a CDROM and saves configuration data on a floppy disk, and it has
several optional packages. Devil-Linux 0.5RC1 (Beta) was released May 30, 2002.
Devil-Linux 0.5 was released September 2, 2002.
CXN, Inc. Contact: john@...
President, The Linux Society
linux society distro -> http://www.thinman.com/eLSD/readme
ThinMan is a registered trademark of CXN, Inc
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