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Old 10-24-2006, 06:33 PM   #1
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LXer: BeaFanatIX 2006.2 beta6 Screenshot Walkthrough


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BeaFanatIX is a mini Live CD. It's also a compact Linux distribution. It was originally a remaster of BeatrIX but now uses a more recent Ubuntu core (more on that below). BeatrIX itself is partly on an old version of Ubuntu, but makes heavy use of Knoppix technologies. The common ancestor of all these distributions is Debian.

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