Zenwalk Live 5.2 was announced
yesterday by Pierrick Le Brun. The latest Live CD is based on Zenwalk Current and comes with a modified edition of the Linux Live Scripts and a Linux kernel that was a little bit changed to allow some Live CD features to function correctly, like the remastering of the Live CD on a USB key.
In Zenpanel, Zenwalk's configuration panel, you will find some GUI tools that are only available on the Live CD and you can install Zenwalk's Standard edition on your computer with the help of Zen Installer. If you want to have your own customized Live CD, you can create it with Live Clone, a Live CD remastering application. This will generate a live distribution with all the changes you've made to your current session, including appearance, services suppression and program additions.
In case you want to use Zenwalk Live as a system recovery utility, you will have all the tools necessary for such an operation, including the popular GParted for hard disk partitioning, LiloFix and Testdisk. All the latest improvements and changes from Zenwalk 5.2 are included in the Live CD edition, so don't worry because you'll find everything you need in the standard edition. One can enjoy the improved suspend and resume functions, brand new support for Bluetooth and beautiful artwork for the boot menu, splash screen and for Xfce. Almost 500 packages were updated, including the Linux kernel 188.8.131.52, Xfce 4.4.2, X.org 7.3 and more.
If you want to test first and then install Zenwalk on your computer, you should get this edition as soon as possible and enjoy all the features Zenwalk has to offer, right from the CD. That's why you can download it right now from Softpedia