About SLAX - Live CD
SLAX is a small distro which fits on a small (3.14") CD-ROM disc. It
runs directly from the CD (or USB) without installing to the hard disk.
It is based on
Linux distribution and uses the Unification File System,
allowing read-only filesystem to behave as a writable one, saving all
changes to memory.
Slax has support for 28 different languages.
SLAX 6.0.3 Key Facts
You need at least 32 MB of RAM to boot slax. More detailed description
either IDE connected CDROM (to boot from the CD)
or USB FlashDisk (to boot from the mass storage device)
or maybe some harddisk (to boot SLAX from the disk)
either non-emulation booting enabled (to boot from the CD)
or USB FlashDrive booting enabled (to boot from the mass storage device)
36 MB to boot slax.
96 MB to run Xwindow with fluxbox
144 MB to run Xwindow with KDE
328 MB to be able to use copy2ram cheatcode
i486 or better, Pentium or AMD are both OK.
PS/2 or USB connected mouse (required for Xwindow only)
serial (COM) mouse is not automatically recognized, but can be used
No harddisk is required
Last Updated Saturday, March 22 2008 @ 07:29 AM EST