Kevux is an operating system based mainly on GNU operating programs and a Linux kernel, all compiled with uclibc instead of the more common glibc. It is not FHS or LSB compatible. Compared to other Linux distributions, Kevux is space efficient (making it suitable for USB disk operation) and difficult to hack into.
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Release Notes: This primarily fixes major regressions where the installer and the bootloader would not function properly.
Release Notes: This release added the Kevux Undernet, Kit (Kevux Git Package Manager), DNS Extension Support, and DNS Private Ports. Midori replaces Seamonkey and defaults to HTTPS.
Release Notes: The permissions system has been completely overhauled, breaking backwards compatibility. The major boot regression introduced in 0.9.2 has been resolved. The KiWI installer now provides an option to add multiple users. New software includes B.A.T.M.A.N., viewnior, qemu, b43-fwcutter, and scummvm. A new, and very much experimental, 64-bit version of kevux is now available for download.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features, such as KiWI (Kevux Weird Installer), LDAP support, initial floating root support, and initial subroot support. Support for the ALIX-2D3 platform was added.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release. It fixes a few of the regressions from 0.9.0 and closes a minor security issue with the firewall program. The installation from scratch scripts now depend on the FLL project. This is a recommended upgrade.