|SolydXK Linux 201606 Installation and Review on VMware|
Easy tutorial on how to install and review SolydXK Linux 201606 on VMware Workstation/Player step by step. We'll also install VMware Tools (Open VM Tools) on SolydXK for better VM performance and usability. This tutorial is also helpful to installing SolydXK on physical computer or laptop.
SolydXK 201606 Installation Steps:
- Download SolydXK 201606 ISO
- Create VM on VMware Workstation/Player
- Start SolydXK Installation
- Install VMware Tools
- Test VMware Tools Features (Fit Guest Now, Drag-Drop File and Clipboard Sharing)
- SolydXK Linux 201606 Review
Installing SolydXK Linux 201606 and Review on VMware
What is SolydXK Linux?SolydXK is a Dutch Linux operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux. It aims to be simple to use, providing an environment that is stable, secure, and ideal for small businesses, non-profit organizations and home users. SolydXK focuses on stability, security and ease of use and will help new users make the transition from Windows to Linux easier. SolydX and SolydK are Debian-based distributions with the Xfce and KDE desktops respectively. The project started as an unofficial variant of Linux Mint's "Debian" edition with KDE as the default desktop, but it was later given its own identity as SolydK. SolydX was added after Linux Mint dropped its Debian-based flavour that used the Xfce desktop.
SolydXK Linux Website: https://solydxk.com/
SolydXK 201606 New Features and Improvements
- Firefox ESR is now used from Debian repository instead of custom built and installed from the SolydXK repository.
- You can now use custom mount points in the Live Installer. Double click on a partition to select a pre-defined mount point or write your custom mount point.
- Improved command handling of SolydXK applications for the Enthusiast’s Editions.
- The SolydXK scripts were moved from /usr/local/bin to /usr/bin.
- Grizzler improved the /usr/bin/apt script. Run apt in terminal to see a list of commands with explanation.
- SolydX RPI has been built from scratch and is based on Raspbian.
- And many more smaller changes