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Eagle Linux

Eagle Linux is a Linux distribution that boots and runs directly from floppy or CD without requiring installation or repartitioning. It does not use a compressed file system, making file access faster. It detects and mounts IDE and SCSI hard drives in write mode, and offers an easier way for less experienced Linux users to create their own bootable floppy or CD from scratch. Based on Debian, it includes a DHCP client and drivers for networking.

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  •  11 May 2003 23:21

    Release Notes: This release allows users to permanently configure their network card and settings via an application which also creates a new ISO image on the system hard drive which contains the permanent network configuration data. The resulting CD boots using new network settings. PDF How-to format has been improved. Ramdisk size is now configured to user specifications.

    •  17 Apr 2003 08:16

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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