See the Google Code site (http://code.google.com/p/ubuntutrinux/) for ubuntutrinux
I may host some project files here, not sure.
Released a Linux 2.4.26 based boot floppy with USB and SCSI drivers necessary to load packages from USB drives. Simple create a \trinux\bootpkg directory on your USB device and add packages
Downloads available at:
Once again (not sure for how long) Trinux is under active development.
A new 2.4.26 kernel has been built -- see http://www.speakeasy.org/~mfranz/trinux/kernel/2.4.26/minimal/
Modules are available in http://www.speakeasy.org/~mfranz/trinux/modules/2.4.26/
I have been updating module packages to http://trinux.sf.net/pkg/2.4.26 and you will also see lots of packages being updated
Released a Cardbus floppy image built on 2.4.26
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=3301&package_id=118345... read more
Floppy and ISO boot images available for the first official release in several years. Trinux 0.890 is based on Busybox-1.00pre1 and Linux 2.4.21 and included dozens of new and updated packages, bug fixes, as well as new (but still) incomplete documentation. PCMCIA support is not available in this release.
This month I've finally started working on Trinux again and am shooting for a release based on Linux 2.4.21 and Busybox 1.00pre1 during the next month. Updated initrd.gz and floppy boot images are now available as well as kernel modules and kernel module packages.
Trinux-UML allows trinux to run as a Linux process using User-Mode-Linux. Trinux-UML is automatically enables IP Masquerading on the host machine and uses TUN/TAP networking to communicate with the outside world and uses network package loading. Trinux-UML is primarily useful as a development/testing environment for Trinux but has could have other more creative applications.
"getpkg labrea" installs Tom Liston's Anti-Code Red Tool. See http://www.threenorth.com/LaBrea/ for more info.
After several months of intense development, the core feature additions/enhancements (package loading, ISO booting, many new packages, easier configuration, updated busybox, improved modularity, and kernel 2.4.x) have stabilized. Upon final release, Trinux will include four boot images: net, ide, pcmcia, and iso based on Linux 2.4.5 and Busybox pre-0.42. Several dozen new packages have been added this year. See http://trinux.sourceforge.net/tools.html for a complete listing of Trinux packages. Trinux documentation, minor bugs, and mirror sites need to be addressed prior to the final release which is expected in August.
Trinux: A Linux Security Toolkit, a floppy-ramdisk Linux distro aimed at security professionals, announces a first major release in over a year. All Trinux users are encouraged to upgrade. Trinux includes pre-compiled versions of popular network security tools useful for mapping and monitoring TCP/IP networks.
Trinux: A Linux Security Toolkit (http://www.trinux.org) now has a home on SourceForge. For the moment Trinux SourceForge resources will only be of use for developers and will not contain end-user documentation or support.