base.vdi images should be place into [installdir]/Drives directory on a speedLinux installation. Speedlinux uses coLinux kernel. If downloaded with the installer you don't have to do this yourself.

Link to Speedlinux Installer: https://sourceforge.net/projects/freetzlinux/

(This images may be used on coLinux without speedlinux installer as well, but then you have to know what you are doing. Out of the box functionality is only the case if used in combination with the speedlinux Installer. See posting on coLinux mailinglist : http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=CA%2BUv17ykfJ52P03sw3dE-jiOnNzBuSZ-MU%2BEPamZX8Xo_sGpkA%40mail.gmail.com&forum_name=colinux-users)

The folder 'contributed' my be filled in future with images from other sources. All members of suorceforg.net may upload usable images. Please request the right to upload by sending a email with your account name to johann.pascher [at] gmail.com first.

Features

  • Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Alpha, develop version with KDE
  • We use the new coLinux Kernel and speedLinux in the latest version 18.12.2011
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  • Second base is also Ubuntu 12.04 but with less programs installed.
  • 3rd Downlaod is a Ubuntu 11.10 oneiric minimal version.
  • 4th an 5th Images are Ubuntu 9.04 images.
  • Look here into files sections for more images!
  • We have added more images with different Ubuntu versions and different progams.
  • For more info, read the readme's within the subfolders coresponding to each image.

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