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SchilliX is an OpenIndiana-based distribution which runs from CD and can be optionally installed on a hard disk or a USB memory stick.

Jörg Schilling has announced the release of SchilliX 0.8, an OpenSolaris-based (text mode-only) live CD. What's new in the project's first release in nearly two years?

Related Links: SchilliX Forum, SchilliX Reviews, SchilliX Screencasts, Official website
Supported Architectures: 386
Related Topics: Live Media

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SchilliX is an OpenIndiana-based distribution which runs from CD and can be optionally installed on a hard disk or a USB memory stick.


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