Grml 2009.10 - Codename Hello-Wien
A new version of the Debian based Live system for system administrators has been released: Grml 2009.10 – Codename „Hello-Wien”.
One visible new feature is the new bootsplash which should lead you through the most important boot options. The new release features kernel 18.104.22.168 with various patches and extra modules. We’ve an automatic hostname configuration via DHCP & rDNS, improved network boot capabilities, extensive documentation to Grml’s Z Shell features and configuration, support for GRUB2 and directory-specific Z Shell configuration. Amongst the new software packages are Google’s stressapptest, btrfs-tools and guymager.
A full changelog and release notes can be found at http://grml.org/changelogs/README-grml-2009.10/.
As always, images for 32 bit and 64 bit x86 architectures are provided in the sizes grml (~700 MiB), medium (~200 MiB) and small (~100 MiB). They can be downloaded via HTTP, FTP, rsync and Bittorrent.