Linux.com: VidaLinux 1.1: Better, But Still Not Perfect
Jan 16, 2005, 17:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jem Matzan)
"Back in July we took a look at the first public release of
Vidalinux, a Gentoo-based GNU/Linux distribution developed in
Puerto Rico. Since then, Vidalinux OS has fixed a lot of its
problems and undergone a graphical overhaul. It's also been broken
up into two distributions: a 'lite' version that is free to
download, and a paid version that includes more applications and
support from the developers. In all, Vidalinux OS is still making
progress, but isn't quite 'there' yet.
"The first major improvement to Vidalinux OS 1.1 is the revamped
installer. It still uses Red Hat's Anaconda tool, but all of the
stray references to Red Hat and Gentoo are gone, replaced by
Vidalinux and their excellent logos and graphics..."