On 2006-05-10, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted something concerning:
> __/ [ Handover Phist ] on Tuesday 09 May 2006 23:09 \__
>> Handover Phist :
>>> Roy Schestowitz :
>>>> 1.) Backtrack
>>>> 2.) Operator
>>>> 3.) PHLAK
>>>> 4.) Auditor
>>>> 5.) Local Area Security Linux (LAS)
>>>> 6.) Knoppix-STD
>>>> 7.) Helix
>>>> 8.) FIRE
>>>> 9.) nUbuntu
>>>> 10.) INSERT
>>> Yeah, but noone in the swarm has more than 3 meg of the thing...
>> Ah! It seems they've just fixed their torrent problem.
> I'd *LOVE* to try nUbuntu one day. It has received some good publicity.
> Their April Fool's prank was quite a blast as well. I have never heard of
> most of the other distributions in that list. Maybe they should have gone
> with fewer, better-known distributions. Sadly, many of the big vendors
> make available no Live CD's. They want to have your machine pwned (sic)
> before you have the chance to resist and re-consider.
They seem to be all security-related. At least the ones I recognize
Here are others, still being seeded:
There may be more there as well. I haven't looked more than casually
over the last few weeks.
There's one way to find out if a man's honest - ask him. If he
says, "Yes," you know he's a crook.
-- Groucho Marx