The Smallest Server Suite (TheSSS) Linux Distro Gets Updated LAMP Components

By Softpedia News (Marius Nestor)

4MLinux creator and lead developer Zbigniew Konojacki informs us today about the availability of the first bug fix release of his TheSSS 22 server-oriented GNU/Linux operating system.

For those unfamiliar with TheSSS (The Smallest Server Suite), it’s a lightweight server suite distributed in the form of a live image, allowing you to run a full-featured Linux server directly from a bootable medium, without installing anything on your personal computer.

TheSSS is designed with system administrators in mind, those who need an extremely small and fast server ready on hand for quick and painless projects even on the go. It supports a wide range of servers, including HTTP and HTTPS, FTP and SFTP, SSH and Telnet, SMTP, DNS, and MySQL.

It even comes with a proxy server, Polipo, which integrates with the widely-used Tor anonymous network, and includes security-oriented components like Clam AntiVirus (ClamAV) and the iptables-based 4MLinux Firewall. TheSSS can be easily dep… (read more)

From: Softpedia