The antiX project has released new network install ISO images based on Debian's Unstable (Sid) branch. A post on the project's News page reports: "For those of you that want to live on the wild side of Debian and basically start out from scratch, antiX has provided Sid-based net images for you. You will need a wired connection since no firmware is included. This is for experts or for those that want to learn and are prepared to search for solutions to any possible issues." The new net-install images carry the version number 17.1 and can be downloaded from SourceForge.
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