Distribution Release: Slackel 7.4 "Openbox"
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Dimitris Tzemos has announced the release of Slackel, a Slackware-based distribution. The project’s latest release is Slackel 7.4 which brings the distribution up to date with Slackware’s Current development branch. It also introduces support for 64-bit UEFI systems. “The new version is available in 64-bit and 32-bit builds. The 64-bit ISO image support booting on UEFI systems. ISO images are isohybrid. ISO images can be used as installation media. It is good to read the Slackel Startup Guide before install Slackel. What is new: Slackel can be installed (real installation) in an external 16GB or 32GB USB stick or SSD disk and have a portable fast system always with you. You can upgrade it also having the latest programs. It is a real installation. You will not notice you run Slackel from a USB. System is fast. In details: Slackel Live Installer (SLI) now can do a real installation to an external USB stick or USB SSD or USB hard disk, creating the necessary initrd for booting…” Further details can be found in the distribution’s release announcement. Download (MD5): slackellive64-openbox-7.4.iso (2,061MB, pkglist).
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