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I’ve made a new version of SlackEX Linux Live DVD based on Slackware 14.1, released 131107.
New features in version 131111 of SlackEX 14.1 (compared with the previous version from 130905)
I have replaced kernel 3.10.10-x86_64-exton with kernel 3.11.4-x86_64-exton with support for “extra everything”. KDE is downgraded from version 4.11.1 to version 4.10.5 - latest version i Slackware’s repositories. All other component software is also upgraded to the latest Slackware 14.1 version...
Install my new version of CruxEX 3.0 64 bit from 131008 to a USB Pen Drive and save your system changes - read this INSTRUCTION (http://cruxex.exton.net/cruxex-3.0-pen-drive). If you later on decide you want to install CruxEX to hard drive from the USB Pen Drive all your system changes will also be installed to the hard drive.
CruxEX 2013 is a live version of CRUX 3.0. It uses LXDE as Desktop environment and kernel 3.11.4-x86_64-exton.