ABOUT Exton|Defender RLRH Build 231120
Exton|Defender RLRH is a LIVE version of Rocky Linux 9.2 which is also compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux®. Rocky Linux is an open-source enterprise operating system designed to be 100% bug-for-bug compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux®. It is under intensive development by the community.
LIVE LINUX SYSTEM
You can run Exton|Defender RLRH live (i.e. from a DVD or USB stick) on EFI and non-EFI computers. (Rocky Linux is not a LIVE system). From Wikipedia: A live CD or live DVD is a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM containing a bootable computer operating system. Live CDs are unique in that they have the ability to run a complete, modern operating system on a computer lacking mutable secondary storage, such as a hard disk drive.
CREATE YOUR OWN Rocky Linux System
You can also create your own Rocky Linux system using Refracta Snapshot, which is pre-installed. I.e. change everything to your liking and then create a new ISO. That can be done after a hard drive installation. If you have plenty of RAM it is also possible to create a new ISO while running Exton|Defender RLRH live.
MORE ABOUT Exton|Defender RLRH Build 231120
Gnome 40 is used as DE. Two kernels are installed – 6.5.3-1.el9.elrepo.x86_64 and 6.5.10-amd64-exton. Use the one you prefer (after a hard drive installation).
IMPORTANT NOTES: 1) Unfortunately you can’t achieve persistence while installing Build 231120 to a USB stick. Which you can as regards Exton|Defender Build 231109 – see under NEWS 231111.
2) Almost all System Tools installed in Exton|Defender Build 231109 are also installed in Build 231120. So Build 231120 can also be used as a Super Rescue System (SRS). Study all installed packages in Build 231120.
1. The GDM login screen. If you want to log in as root to Gnome you shall choose “Not listed?”.
2. Showing how to fix a wired Network connection (sometimes necessary).
3. root’s Gnome 40 Desktop
4. user’s Gnome 40 Desktop
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