When I first noticed Enlightenment many years ago the E17 distro of choice was Elive. It was always a visually stunning build, with fantastic default themes, so I was saddened when the updates stopped coming and the distro petered out. However with the release of Enlightenment Zero the Debian based project has sparked back into life. Today they made another development release available for download (2.1.27). The developers have requested that if you you the release to please be active in bug tracking.
- Multiple improvements in e17 and startup configurations
- Persistence feature where you can save your data in live mode!
- Better list of languages supported with their required fonts
- Elive now supports more languages than before.
- Audio cards features including better recognition, improved volumes, mic working by default for applications like skype
- Now using syslinux to boot the ISO’s, this greatly increases the number of computers Elive can boot on.
- Included new Wine version 1.5.22 to support a wider range of Windows applications.