Linux.com: Review: Dreamlinux 2.2
Mar 29, 2007, 10:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ben McGrath)
"When it comes to choosing a Linux distribution, people tend to
stick with the major players, such as Ubuntu, SUSE, or Fedora.
However, every once in a while a distro comes along that offers a
look at Linux in a new and fun way. One such distribution is
Dreamlinux, a Morphix-based implementation of Linux that can be run
from a single CD or installed on a hard drive. Dreamlinux 2.2 aims
to offer a full range of desktop applications while providing a
wealth of multimedia tools for easy production of
"Dreamlinux installs easily. For a basic Dreamlinux
installation, you'll want to have at least 128MB of RAM, 3GB of
free space, and a processor that runs at at least 500MHz. Depending
on your hardware, you may have to edit your BIOS settings to force
a boot from CD..."