CD bootable and Easy Setup Linux.
Based on Red Hat Fedora and Knoppix 3.3.
Using new technologies.
©2002-2021 Yuichiro Nakada
1. What's Berry Linux ?
Berry Linux is a bootable CD that features, automatic hardware detect- ion. It supports many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI, USB, and oth- er peripherals. Berry Linux can be used as a Linux demo, Educational CD, or a rescue system. You can try it out without touching your hard drive. If you like it, there is an option to install Berry Linux on your hard disk. (Needs 1.9GB) Berry Linux is based on Fedora 34.
2. What software is installed on the Berry Linux CD ?
Berry Linux 1.35 from Mon May 31 2021 to Wed Jul 7 2021 Based on Fedora 34 (64bit)
System: Kernel 5.7.19 SMP > squashfs 4.3 > fuse 3.10.4 + ntfs-3g + exfat + sshfs glibc 2.33 gcc 11.1.1 hwdata 0.348 Busybox 1.22.1 (+ uClibc 0.9.32) CUPS 2.3.3 with AirPrint
Applications: Weston 8.0.0 + Maynard 0.5 (GUI) berry-dm 0.4 (Display Manager) ConnMan 1.34 + ConnMan-UI 0.2 (WLAN) X.Org 1.20.11 LXDE 0.10.1 (Desktop) ClipIt 1.4.5 (Clipboard Manager) WPS Office 10.1.0.5672 File Roller 3.40.0 (Archiver) GIMP Version 2.8.22 (Photoshop like) UMPlayer 0.98 (MPlayer 1.1.1 + FFmpeg 2.2.3) Firefox 89.0.1 Sylpheed 3.7.0 Whiz 0.61 (UMa) + Kimera 2.11a Evince 3.34.2 (PDF) gedit 40.1 (Text editor) l3afpad 0.8.18.1 (Text editor) sakura 3.7.1 (Terminal) dropbox aplay+ 0.5 (BitPerfect player)
Games: Miss Driller2 0.1 Snes9x 1.55 & Packman
Fonts: NotoFonts 20180605 M+ FONTS 063 + Motoya L Maruberi 3 + Motoya L Cedar 3 + Utsukushi Mincho+ Inconsolata (Monospace) Raleway (Sans) Playfair Display (Serif) Theano Old Style Aqua Font 2.8 Mikachan Font 9.1 Aoyagikouzan Font & Gyosho 2 Decoration Fonts 0.2
Minimum System Requirements: Intel-compatible CPU (i686 or later) 20 MB of RAM for text mode, at least 96 MB for graphics mode with KDE (at least 128 MB of RAM is recommended to use the various office products) Bootable CD-ROM drive, or a USB-key and a boot floppy and standard CD-ROM (SATA/IDE/ATAPI or SCSI) Standard SVGA-compatible graphics card Serial or PS/2 standard mouse or IMPS/2-compatible USB-mouse.
3. How is Berry Linux started ?
To start the CD, set up the BIOS of your computer to boot off the CD, put the CD in the drive, and power up the computer. If your computer doesn't support this option, you have to use a boot disk. You can cre- ate this disk from the image in BERRY/boot.img on the CD.
4. Where can I get the Berry Linux ?