VSIDO 3 Now Available
That’s right, just when you thought it couldn’t get any better! Version 3 released this week, unveiling a slightly new direction for VSIDO. Now a Fluxbox only distro, a smaller LiveUSB image coming in at 412mb just in case you rather have the LiveCD version. For those that are unaware, using a LiveUSB can speed up an install by at least a factor of 10 and is as easy to make as a LiveCD.
The total install once completed averages around 1.6Gb’s of space. Memory resources are also at an all time low.
This build, like it’s predecessors in the past has all the apps read more
As most in the computer field are aware, (unless you live under a snow drift in the Arctic) Microsoft has released the latest version of their OS, Windows 8. I will state right now, for the record, that I have not tried it and, as a matter of fact, never even saw it in action, save a YouTube video I watched touting it’s features. I’ve only recently switched to Linux full-time, though I did dual-boot using Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit for a couple of years. (and before that I dual-booted using WinXP and Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron, which was my first outing using the Ubuntu distro back in April 2008) During that stint, the dual-boot was a waste of drive space considering I almost never booted into the MS OS. Sometime around April or May of this year that all changed with the arrival of a laptop I had purchased in Feb. that I had installed Ubuntu 10.10 on.
The laptop came with a 256 GB SSD drive that, like I said, I installed Ubuntu on. (I went with 10.10 read more