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DistroWatch.com: SLAMPP Live

SLAMPP Live

Last Update: 2014-11-20 03:02 UTC


SLAMPP is a Linux distribution which can boot and run directly from a DVD, with possibility to be installed onto hard disk. It is designed to be used as an instant home server. Just like other Linux live DVDs, SLAMPP makes it possible to test Linux without messing up the user's existing system. What makes SLAMPP different is the fact that it comes with pre-configured tools and applications that turn a personal computer into a home server. SLAMPP is built using Zenwalk Linux as its base and Slackware Linux for packages.


SLAMPP Summary
Distribution SLAMPP Live CD
Home Page http://slampp.abangadek.com/
Mailing Lists --
User Forums --
Documentation --
Screenshots LinuxScreenshots.org
Download Mirrors http://slampp.abangadek.com/info/index.php?page=download
Bug Tracker --
Related Websites  
Reviews  
Where To Buy OSDisc.com (sponsored link)

Recent Related News
 • 2009-07-28: Distribution Release: SLAMPP Live 2.0
 • 2006-04-11: Distribution Release: SLAMPPLite 2.0
 • 2005-12-09: Distribution Release: SLAMPP 1.0 "Lite"
 • 2005-11-19: Distribution Release: SLAMPP 1.1

 • More SLAMPP news...
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  • Notes: In case where multiple versions of a package are shipped with a distribution, only the default version appears in the table. For indication about the GNOME version, please check the "nautilus" and "gnome-shell" packages. The Apache web server is listed as "httpd" and the Linux kernel is listed as "linux". The KDE desktop is represented by the "kdelibs" package and the Xfce desktop by the "xfdesktop" package.
  • Colour scheme: green text = latest stable version, red text = development or beta version. The function determining beta versions is not 100% reliable due to a wide variety of versioning schemes.

Feature 2.0.2 1.1
Release Date 2008-10-31 2005-11-18
End Of Life    
Price (US$) Free Free
CDs 1 DVD 1
Free Download ISO ISO
Installation Graphical Graphical
Default Desktop Xfce Xfce
Package Management TGZ TGZ
Office Suite OO.o GOffice
Processor Architecture i486 i486
Journaled File Systems   --
Multilingual -- --
Asian Language Support -- --
Full Package List 2.0.2 1.1
Package 2.0.2 1.1
abiword (3.0.0) -- 2.2.9
alsa-lib (1.0.28) 1.0.19 1.0.9
ati-driver (14.501.1003) -- --
bash (4.3.30) 3.1 3.0
bind (9.10.1-P1) 9.4.3-P3 9.3.1
chromium (39.0.2171.95) -- --
cups (2.0.1) 1.3.11 1.1.23
dhcp (4.3.1) 3.1.2p1 3.0.3
e2fsprogs (1.42.12) 1.41.6 1.38
firefox (34.0.5) 3.0.10 1.0.7
freetype (2.5.4) 2.3.9 2.1.9
gcc (4.9.2) 4.3.3 --
gimp (2.8.14) 2.6.6 2.2.8
glibc (2.20) 2.9 2.3.5
gnome-shell (3.14.3) -- --
gnucash (2.6.5) 2.2.9 --
gnumeric (1.12.18) -- 1.4.3
grub (2.00) -- --
gtk+ (3.14.6) 2.16.0 2.6.10
httpd (2.4.10) 2.2.13 --
inkscape (0.48.5) 0.46 --
k3b (2.0.3) -- --
kdelibs (4.14.3) -- --
kmod (19)    
libgnome (2.32.1) 2.26.0 2.6.1.1
libreoffice (4.3.5) 3.1.0 --
Package 2.0.2 1.1
linux (3.18.1) 2.6.28.7 2.6.13.2
lxde-common (0.99.0) -- --
mariadb (10.0.15)    
mate-desktop (1.8.1)    
MesaLib (10.4.0) 7.0.3 --
mysql (5.6.22) 5.0.84 4.1.14
nautilus (3.14.2) 2.12.1 --
NVIDIA (343.36) -- --
openbox (3.5.2) -- --
openjdk (8u20) -- --
openssh (6.7p1) 5.2p1 4.2p1
openssl (1.0.1j) 0.9.8k 0.9.7g
perl (5.20.1) 5.10.0 5.8.7
php (5.6.4) 5.2.10 4.4.1
postfix (2.11.3) -- --
postgresql (9.4.0) 8.3.7 --
Python (3.4.2) 2.6.2 2.4.1
qt (5.4.0) 4.5.0 3.3.4
samba (4.1.14) 3.2.13 3.0.20b
systemd (218)    
thunderbird (31.2.0) -- --
vim (7.4) 7.2 --
vlc (2.1.5) -- 0.8.2
xfdesktop (4.10.3) 4.6.1 4.2.2
xine-lib (1.2.6) -- --
xorg-server (1.16.3) 1.4.2 (6.8.2)


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