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[News] Wolvix 2 (GNU/Linux) Rated Highly

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Wolvix 2 - Hungry like the wolf 

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| If you're thinking about starting with Linux with one of Slackware-based 
| distros, if you care about stability and security first and foremost, I can't 
| think of a better choice than Wolvix.   



Long-lost Click: Wolvix again

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| Adding to Wolvix's flexibility, it can run as a live CD, or be installed in a
| traditional or "frugal" manner. I've chosen traditional installs, and the
| install process in Wolvix is excellent. It's easy to create as many
| partitions as you need, you get a choice of GRUB or LILO bootloaders, and
| once you do have it installed, slapt-get and Gslapt are ready to bring all
| the apps up to date from both the Wolvix and Slackware repositories. And the
| Slackware team continues to update version 11, which was first released in
| October 2006. Even Slackware 8 (circa 2002) seems to get an update every once
| in awhile.


Wolvix, My Kind of Wolf

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| Wolvix is probably one of the fastest rising distros today. First released 2
| years ago, it has already gained plenty of loyal followers and is steadily
| going up in the ranks of Linux distributions over at Distrowatch. In fact, I
| received a couple of comments at this blog and some emails telling me to try
| Wolvix. So what’s so special about this beastly-named distro? I’m here to
| find out.    
| [...]
| Wolvix is really an amazing Linux distribution considering that it is
| developed and maintained by only two men.  



Interview with Wolven, creator of Wolvix, and his sidekick Oithona  

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| Just be warned: If you do, best nail that beauty down otherwise it's liable
| to take off. Now, read on for more about Wolvix and its creators, Wolven and
| Oithona.  


Eight Distros a Week: Wolvix GNU/Linux 1.1 Hunter

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| Being the happy distro wanderer that I am, I had a chance to put Wolvix 1.1.0
| GNU/Linux, the Hunter version, on a Dell Inspiron 5000 laptop, and it easily
| enters into the group of distros that I think highly of, in general, and
| distros that I plan to use day to day, in particular.  


Distro Review: Wolvix 1.1.0 Hunter

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| After a long delay due to illness I'm finally back with another review for
| you. I'm still not feeling too good but I've decided to plough on and I hope
| to have some more new reviews for you ASAP. This is the 3rd part or my trip
| through Slackware-based distros and today's candidate is Wolvix 1.1.0 Hunter,
| I was intrigued to see how it would compare to Zenwalk and Vector which I
| tested recently. So here's how I got on...    


Wolvix 1.1.0, revisited

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| Even for people who started like me, with Slackware, in 1995, Wolvix will not
| be the main distro on my new laptop, but rather on the old laptop, or maybe
| one of the two distros on the desktop PC.  


Wolvix 1.1.0 - A Very Flexible Animal

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| For an English speaking desktop or laptop user with even a small amount of
| previous Linux experience Wolvix is one of the best distributions I’ve seen.
| It’s fast, it’s nearly bug free, it’s well thought out, and is generally
| excellent.  


Dancing with Wolves, a Wolvix Hunter 1.1.0 Review

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| If I were to say I was impressed with Wolvix Hunter 1.1.0, it would be an
| understatement.


Stable Release: Wolvix 1.1.0

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| I'm pleased to announce the final release of Wolvix Cub  and Wolvix Hunter
| version 1.1.0. I've not been able to get in contact with our sponsor to
| spread the ISOs around the mirrors yet, so I've prepared some alternative
| download locations to take the load off the main server.  


Wolvix 1.1.0 Mini-Review & Screenshots

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| Wolvix is a Linux distribution released as an installable liveCD. Originally
| based on Slax, it is now built upon Slackware and seems to concentrate highly
| on multimedia.  

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