Beldi – The way to go to try linux distributions.

2010-07-18 141 words 1 min read

I know people in the Linux world always want to try different distributions, but problem is maintaining them and tracking them, so what is the solution?

Found a nice solution called <a href="">Beldi

This sofware is in the fedora yum repository so if you are running Fedora you can simply install the application by running

&#8221;<span style="color: #ff00ff;">yum install beldi&#8221;

Now the interesting part, it supports to download and autoupdate the distributions of about 16 odd distributions. What you did not find your distro in the list but want to add it, I hope one option is to write to BeLUG and ask them to add it. But better yet is to update the xml files in the <span style="color: #00ffff;">~/.beldi directory.

Any problems, feel free to contact me, I will try to help. Better yet: post it on <a href="/phpBB3">forum.


Authored By Amit Agarwal

Amit Agarwal, Linux and Photography are my hobbies.Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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