Monday, May 15. 2006
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Tuesday, February 14. 2006
grml user mailinglist available on gmane Posted by Michael Prokop in links at 13:51
Friday, November 11. 2005
new mailinglist: grml-announce Posted by Michael Prokop in links at 21:19
Friday, October 28. 2005
grml in the distrowatch podcast Posted by Michael Prokop in links at 21:34
Thursday, October 13. 2005
zsh-lovers in universe pool of Ubuntu Posted by Michael Prokop in links at 13:23
Saturday, October 1. 2005
zsh geeks out there: zsh glob ... Posted by Michael Prokop in links at 22:22
Monday, May 30. 2005
I just read the Gentoo Weekly Newsletter: May 23th, 2005 and found grml mentioned in section 'Austria: Grazer Linuxtage was a success'. :-)
Tobias told me that grml is mentioned in the german it magazine c't in current edition 12/2005 on page 60 with softlink 0512060.
BTW: I'm collecting all the press links on grml.org/press/. If you find another ressource where grml is mentioned please let me know.
Tuesday, April 12. 2005
Today I created a short video which demonstrates current status of grml. It's available online (9.1 MB).
Saturday, April 9. 2005
Jörg Schilling mentions grml in his blog-entry Work on SchilliX, the fiest OpenSolaris based UNIX is underway.
Friday, February 25. 2005
SFS-KNOPPIX is a kind of KNOPPIX which boots form Internet with a cloop on SFS(Self-certifying File System). It requires small boot loader (20MB image) and offers full KNOPPIX functions, Autoconfig, etc. SFS-KNOPPIX makes possible to change a cloop file (root file system of KNOPPIX) at boot time. It means we don't need to burn extra CD for many KNOPPIX offshoots.