That long awaited moment has come. Today I am glad to let you know that SLAMPP 2.0 is available for public download. There are a lot of enhancements in this new release. Some of them are the following:
– Using the Linux live kernel 18.104.22.168
– Code-named “KALINDA” and now DVD based
– Provides pre-configured servers and related utilities to ease your work in setting up an instant home server
– Provides full Web and Linux development environment: LAMPP and Ruby on Rails, IDEs, Frameworks, Compilers, Interpreters, Utilities, etc
– Equips with fancy bootsplash and progress bar, nice desktop wallpaper, complete Open Office suite/multimedia/graphics/audio video applications and many more
– Maintains the SLAX modularity. You can easily add new modules to SLAMPP.
– Can be installed on hard disk or USB
– Supports persistent partitions on USB
– Can do a live cloning of running system
– Supports .txz and .tlz packages (Slackware current package format)
– Easy to update and upgrade all packages to Zenwalk and Slackware repositories with Netpkg, slapt-get/gslapt, zpm/Zendo package management tools
– Last but not least, there are many interesting features left to be explored by yourself. 🙂
I also setup a new homepage to replace the old one, to indicate the new direction of SLAMPP. SLAMPP strives now for a good balance and combination between desktop and server. That is the reason why I mixed the command line and graphical applications onto one medium. I hope this new direction is not going to confuse you.
Alright guys, I am not going to bore you with this announcement. Just visit SLAMPP at its new homepage over here, http://slampp.abangadek.com/info/ and grab your copy.
Please download SLAMPP 2.0 aka Kalinda (1.9 GB) here.
I would like to thank Slackware and Zenwalk development team, Tomas M. for Linux Live scripts, Romi Satria Wahono and all people of Brainmatics for their support in providing the development area and facilities and their companion during long development, Aminudin for uploading the huge iso file to the server, Luri Darmawan for his ideas and suggestions and last but not least, Harry Sufehmi for letting me use his server to serve the SLAMPP website and repository.
Furthermore, I specially dedicate this release to my beloved spouse and daughter. Thank you for your patience and love.
Have fun using SLAMPP, folks!