Linux.com: Review: aLinux 12.5
Sep 13, 2005, 11:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jem Matzan)
"aLinux, formerly known as Peanut Linux, is a strange GNU/Linux
distribution. It bills itself as a 'Professional Linux Operating
System' for advanced users, hobbyists, and new Linux users.
However, the distribution has a number of problems that make it
unsuitable for new users and unpleasant even for experienced users.
It claims to be 'professional,' yet it's harder than heck to
install and configure. On paper, aLinux 12.5 looks like a great
desktop distro, but it's lacking in several areas.
"The first big problem with aLinux 12.5 is the installation
procedure. It appears to be written from scratch rather than taken
from another project. While it's refreshing to see a new
installation program every now and then, desktop GNU/Linux users
need something more user-friendly than what aLinux provides..."