Devil-Linux 1.4 Released

Nov 10, 2010

Devil-Linux 1.4 is now available for download.

Devil-Linux is an ultra-compact Linux distribution that was originally intended to be a dedicated firewall/router and evolved into use as a server.

Devil-Linux 1.4 boots from CD or USB pendrive and configuration is saved on a floppy disc or on a USB. The OS supports Intel 486 and higher and IPTables/Nefilter. The Devil-Linux Build System also allows users to create customized versions. Find out more about features of this light-weight server distribution on the Devil-Linux 1.4 website.

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