Linux on a stick is an attempt to make a Live-CD/USB-Flash server Linux distro.
Version: 0.4Linux on a Stick is an attempt to make a Live-CD/USB-Flash server Linux distro. At its heart is a very small and simple Linux distro that boots off CD/Flash and runs from RAM (Ie no spinning hard drives of death).
Operating System: Linux
This approach allows us to strip the OS to its very basic components, which minimizes the amount of resources required. This distro is targeted towards Server administrator who are familiar with Linux, its only configuration method is the command line.
What's New in This Release:
· This release fixes paths in OpenVPM's easy-rsa vars file.
· It upgrades the NTP package to 4.2.2.
· It upgrades the base libraries from Slackware v9 to Slackware v11.
· Init and install scripts have been rewritten in PHP.
· BusyBox has been upgraded to 1.8.2.
· This release supports headless systems serial consoles.
· New packages of note: NFS/NIS, OpenLDAP, PHP 5.02 FastCGI, FreeRadius, Zabbix, lighttpd, glusterfs, and DRDB.