Linux.com: Review: Trustix Secure Linux Lives Up to Its Name
Mar 31, 2006, 07:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Trustix Secure Linux is an interesting distro for servers that
is designed to be all about security. While Linux, in general, is
fairly secure, a distro that focuses on security and stability from
the ground up should be a good choice for Internet servers. In our
testing, we found Trustix lives up to its intentions.
"I downloaded the stable 2.2 release of Trustix. You can also
download the new version, 3.0, which is based on the 2.6 series
kernel. However, if your focus is security, Trustix suggests that
you use the stable version. The 450MB ISO is easy to download,
especially since it's available via Bittorrent..."