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Mutagenix-2.6.11.8-1 Released

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2.6.11.8 Highlights:

  • Rescue, Freerock Gnome, Gware Gnome, and KDE isos

  • Starts automatically as a dhcp client.
  • Integrated Firewall which auto starts on DHCP networks in stealth mode.
  • Slapt-get, with multiple rc files with different sources, is included.
  • Cpan2tgz for automatically downloading and installing perl modules.
  • Script to install Mutagenix to a harddrive.
  • Simplified modem dialup script.
  • Clamav antivirus program for scanning your nasty windows partitions.
  • Partimage for creating partition images (ghosting)
  • Parted and Gparted partition management software
  • Ext2 partitioned USB keys will be mounted as
  • your home dir (/root) so your environment can be saved.

  • An xorg.conf on the mounted USB key will be used instead of the default supplied xorg.conf.
  • Windows password changing utility.
  • Mozilla-Firefox, Skype, Scribus and Audacity (Above and beyond the Gnome and KDE software).
  • Mutagenix Themes Smile

See the great looking screenshots HERE.

Full Announcement HERE.

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