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Wolvix linux – A linux distro based on Slackware with a graphic installation mode
Wolvix is a desktop oriented GNU/Linux distribution based on Slackware. It features the Xfce desktop environment and a comprehensive selection of development, graphics, multimedia, network and office applications.
Using Wolvix does not require more than basic computer skills, but installing and administering the system might require more knowledge than some of the other GNU/Linux distributions. Much like Slackware, Wolvix sometimes requires you to roll up your sleves and get your hands dirty. So if the thought of using the command line and reading documentation scares you, you might be better off using another distribution.
Wolvix can be dowloaded for free from one of several locations. If you prefer Bittorrent you can download Wolvix from LinuxTracker. Or if you prefer http/ftp downloads you can get Wolvix from one of the mirrors bellow :
Here are the Wolvix download locations:
- Download Wolvix from LinuxTracker
- Download Wolvix from slackware.org.uk
- Download Wolvix from wolvix.oithona.com
Now after downloading the iso image, if you want to test it in a virtual machine then create a new one in virtualbox for example
and then run it in mode live cd
Start The LiveCd and login to the system using : user : root password: toor
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3-To install live cd in your disk Launch the Wolvix Control Panel located under System –> Wolvix Control Panel in the programs menu. Click the HD-InstallFull Install gives you a standard hard drive install, while the Frugal Install gives a ‘live operating system’ installed to the hard drive, similar to the LiveCD or the USB Flash Drive install.
6-After this reboot your machine and start from hdd
login to your machine with root:toor
The package manager
Usefull Links: http://www.wolvix.org
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