-= Slackware 14 32bit KDE Desktop Virtual Appliance =-
Slackware is back at VirutalBoxImages.com.
09/22/2012: Release Candidate 4
Super Simple Startup:
At the login prompt login as root;
Allow the system to boot. The Hadware Clock takes a while.
At the next prompt enter
This will launch KDE
LinuxMint 13 Mate 32Bit VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer
Another LinuxMint Virtual Appliance
Gnome/Cinnamon mixed to make the new Mate desktop.
-= OpenSUSE 12.1 i686 Gnome Virtual Computer Appliance =-
VirtualBox VDI Virtual Computer
Purchase this download and your download link will be reactivated when we the Distribution Release of openSUSE 12.1 i686 Gnome is available.
-= Scientific Linux 6 i386 Standard Desktop Virtual Appliance =-
03/06/2011 - Distribution Release build Available via Tradebit for $1.00 USD
02/22/2011 - Release Candidate build (Available FREE)
VDI Format (Depricated)
OVF VMDK Format: https://www.sugarsync.com/share/erwe6xa6ct5c2
OS Release Notes:
-= wattOS 1.0 Virtual Appliance =-
Current release is Release Candidate 3
-= Unity32 2010 Linux RC1 Virtual Appliance =-
Very small Distribution of Linux perfect for the portable Virtual Appliance
About Unity Linux:
-= Debris Linux 2.0 RC1 =-
Here is is the Release candidate of version 2.0 of Debris Linux installed in VirtualBox. Debris runs nicely in VirtualBox and is a great way to get started learning Linux.
Was able to install VBoxGuestAdditions and they are working perfectly.
About Debris Linux:
Debris Linux is an installable LiveCD containing a full set of applications to get your work done online and offline.
The latest stable release of Debris Linux is 1.0.4.
It contains the following software:
-= Slackware 13.0 RC1 Virtual Computer =-
This is Release Candidate number 1 of Slackware 13.0. This pre-installed virtual machine starts in at the command prompt and requires you to manually start X-Windows if you do desire.
Once you launch the GUI with the "start x" command you will be be taken directly into the KDE desktop. The VBoxGuestAdditions are installed and functional.
-= BackTrack 4 Pre-Final =-
This is a pre-installed Virtual Computer of BackTrack 4 pre-release.
-= Vixta Release Candidate 1 (2009.06) =-
Vixta is absolutely beautiful, based on fedora.
The VBoxGuestAdditions are installed and functioning well, including Auto-Resize Client Display and Seamless Mode.