Phrealon is a bootable Linux CD based on Slackware Linux 8.0, designed to allow the easy imaging of multiple workstations. It utilizes the updcast set of Linux tools to accomplish this. It provides an interface that allows users to select options from menus and autodetects most of the supported NICs.
|Tags||Utilities Office/Business Archiving backup Mirroring Installation/Setup Networking Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious hang in the previous release.
Release Notes: The ability for the sending machine to act as a DHCP server was added. However, there are still some rough edges with this feature.
Release Notes: This release has quite a few improvements over the 0.82 release. It has been upgraded to the 2.4.20 kernel via a new base taken from Slackware 9. PCMCIA is now supported. The CD is now ejected again.
Release Notes: This has quite a few improvements over the 0.81 release. All of the modules are available, though not all are autoscanned, so you'll have to do things semi-manually for some cards. There is an attempt at NFS, but it does not do anything of use yet. The udp-up, init-up, and nfs-up scripts exist directly on the CD instead of initrd.img for easier modification.
Release Notes: This release adds a tulip.o.gz module and changes name of the distribution to Phrealon Linux to avoid trademark issues.