Debian-based antiX 17 Linux has recently entered development, and it today received a new Alpha build, the second in the upcoming series based on the soon-to-be-released Debian GNU/Linux 9 “Stretch” operating system.
antiX 17 Linux Alpha 2 is here a little over two weeks after the release of the first Alpha build, and it looks like it rebases the kernel packages on Linux 4.9.6, which has been customized by the development team with extra drivers, etc. The Linux kernel headers are included as well, but please note that this is not a Linux-libre kernel.
Also included in the second Alpha images of antiX 17 Linux are a bunch of tools that some of you might find useful. For example, there’s a command-line remastering utility for creating your own antiX Live system, a command-line installer, as well as a live-usb-maker tool for creating Live USB sticks with antiX or other distros.
Persistence is provided for the antiX Live system
Among other tools incl… (read more)