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In This Video We Are Discussing About Slackware-Based Slackel 7.4 Released with Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, Full Portability. The Slackel 7.4 distribution has been released today to kick off 2021 for fans of the Slackware Linux operating system by bringing all the latest updates, a newer kernel, and USB stick installation support.
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Dimitris Tzemos has announced the release of Slackel, a Slackware-based distribution. The project’s latest release is Slackel 7.4 which brings the distribution up to date with Slackware’s Current development branch. It also introduces support for 64-bit UEFI systems. “The new version is available in 64-bit and 32-bit builds. The 64-bit ISO image support booting on UEFI systems. ISO images are isohybrid. ISO images can be used as installation media. It is good to read the Slackel Startup Guide before install Slackel. What is new: Slackel can be installed (real installation) in an external 16GB or 32GB USB stick or SSD disk and have a portable fast system always with you.
:: What’s new in Slackel 7.4 Openbox ::
Slackel 7.4 brings an updated distribution with Slackware’s Current development branch. It also features support for 64-bit UEFI systems.
The new version is available in 64-bit and 32-bit builds. The 64-bit ISO image supports booting on UEFI systems. ISO images are iso-hybrid. ISO images can be used as installation media.
It is good to read the Slackel Startup Guide before installing Slackel.
Slackel Live Installer (SLI) can now perform a real installation on an external USB stick or USB SSD or USB hard drive, creating the necessary initrd for initialization.
That is, Slackel can be installed (real installation) on an external 16GB or 32GB USB stick or SSD disk and have a fast portable system always with you.
You can also update it with the latest programs. It is a real installation. In fact, you won’t notice that Slackel is running from a USB. The system is fast.
Slackel 7.4 is now available in a lightweight form with the Openbox window manager by default.
The KDE Plasma and MATE editions may come in the next few days or weeks, but for now we are going to take a look at the general changes that apply to all of them.
Firstly, Slackel is now powered by the latest and greatest Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series, which means high level hardware support.
Slackel 7.4 includes the recently released Linux 5.10.4 kernel by default and also comes with all the latest updates from the Slackware ‘Current’ tree for the best possible Slackware Linux experience.
Popular applications include the Mozilla Firefox 84.0.1 browser, Mozilla Thunderbird 78.6.0 email and news client, LibreOffice 7.0.4 office package, GIMP 2.10.22 image editor, SMPlayer 20.6.0 media player, FileZilla 3.51 FTP client .0, and the most recent release of Openbox with the NETWM-compatible desktop panel based on fbpanel GTK2.
Second, and most of it for Slackware / Slackel fans, is the fact that the Linux distribution can now be installed on an external drive, such as a USB flash drive, just as you would install on your personal computer.
For more details on how the USB disk installation works, check the forum announcement.
In addition, the release of Slackel 7.4 adds persistent file encryption, the medialabel = ”USB_LABEL_NAME” parameter for those who wish to install Slackel on a USB drive along with other distros, as well as frugal installation support for those who wish to boot the drive and transfer the ISO image to a USB stick.
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