I’ve made a third version of exGENT 2013. Now with LXDE and kernel 3.11.1-gentoo-exton. (Kernel.org’s latest!). Version 130926 is for the 64 bit architecture. I’ve kept my two previous versions 20130423 and 20130415 on Sourceforge.net. The old versions are for the 32 bit architecture.
exGENT 64 bit version 130926 is in very good shape. Yesterday I could run the following commands without problems:
# emerge –ask –update –newuse –deep –with-bdeps=y @world
# emerge –depclean
The best thing with exGENT 32bit/64bit (Gentoo) Linux Live DVD/CD is the premier autodetection of hardware and the ability to easily install the systems to hard drive and/or usb pen drive. Installed programs: Four Desktop environments (in version 130423): Cinnamon 1.6.7, Gnome 3.6.3, LXDE and Fluxbox 1.3.5. Other programs: Abiword, SMPlayer, GParted, Firefox, Thunderbird and Wicd. Furthermore compilation tools so that you can install programs from source the Gentoo way. See a complete program LIST (version 130926 and version 130423). Three versions of exGENT is available. One for the 64 bit architecture (version 130926) and two for the 32 bit architecture. The system language is English.
The exGENT systems can easily (in about 5 min) be installed to hard drive or/and to a usb pen drive.
Who is exGENT/Gentoo for?
Experienced Linux users or those who really want to learn Linux. (Perhaps also people who are bored with mainstream distributions like Ubuntu).