Build Your Own Sabayon Linux with Sabayon CoreCD 5.2

Available for 32- and 64-bit architectures

Available for both x86 and x86_64 architectures, the new Sabayon Linux CoreCD 5.2 was announced last night by Mitch Harder. This minimalistic operating system is created for advanced users who want to build a customized installation of Sabayon Linux. It can also be used for USB installations! Sabayon Linux CoreCD 5.2 offers:

· Linux kernel 2.6.33 optimized for desktop;

· built with Glibc 2.10 and GCC 4.4.1;

· a bootable ISO image suitable for USB or CD drives;

· a text-mode installer;

· basic networking activated by default;

· Portage and Entropy ready (allows access to thousands of packages);

· built with Glibc 2.10 and GCC 4.4.1;

· extra kernels optimized for Server and OpenVZ (available from the repositories);

· fast installation.

In order to run Sabayon Linux CoreCD 5.2 on your personal computer, make sure that you meet the minimum system requirements:

· Intel Pentium Pro, Celeron, AMD K6-2, Pentium II or Athlon CPU;

· 512 MB of RAM;

· 2 GB of free hard disk space;

· Supported 2D video card;

· a CD reader or USB flash drive.

"Networking Notes: Advanced user skills may be necessary to implement networking on the CoreCD. The CoreCD can provide simple dhcp networking over wired networks by default. Most advanced networking configurations will require configuration by the user, possibly requiring 'chroot-ing' into the CoreCD environment from another Linux environment with working networking." - was stated in the press release.

About Sabayon Linux

Sabayon Linux 4 is a Gentoo-powered Linux distribution that offers a very attractive and easy-to-use desktop environment, out-of-the-box support for wireless networks, Adobe's Flash Player, Sun's Java technology, the open-source office suite, the award-winning Mozilla Firefox and Opera web browsers, Google Earth, Picasa, Adobe Reader, VLC and many, many more popular and useful applications and tools.

Download Sabayon Linux CoreCD 5.2 right now from Softpedia.

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