Elive is a Linux distribution that uses Debian as a base and Enlightenment as the default desktop environment. It provides a different experience from what users might get in other operating systems and the developers have just updated the OS yet again.
The development cycle for Elive is quite interesting, mostly because it usually consists of numerous Beta releases.
Elive, a complete operating system for your computer, built on top of Debian GNU/Linux and customized to meet the needs of any user while still offering the eye-candy with minimal hardware requirements, is now at version 2.3.5 Beta and is available for download. The Elive developers are still piling up changes and improvements for their distribution, and numerous enhancements have been added.
After more than three years of development, the development team behind the Elive Linux operating system was proud to announce today, January 13, the immediate availability for download and testing of the Elive 2.1.23 development release. While being powered by Linux kernel 3.2.0, Elive 2.1.23 is the first release of the Elive Linux ... (read more)
Elive, a Linux distribution based on Debian that uses the Enlightenment desktop environment to provide a unique user experience, is now at version 2.4.6 and the developers are getting closer to a stable release.
Elive is a different kind operating system and it will require the user to be a little open-minded because this distro provides an interesting desktop experience.
Elive 2.3.4 Beta, a complete operating system for your computer, built on top of Debian GNU/Linux and customized to meet the needs of any user while still offering the eye-candy with minimal hardware requirements, has been released and is now available for download and testing.
The Elive developers have been working for some time on this new branch of their distribution and they have already rele