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In the past Vinux recommended users not to upgrade packages after installing Vinux unless they had a very good reason. We now recommend that when possible users perform updates on a regular basis. This will enable the Vinux team to update packages, and introduce new features.
Please be sure to use the closest download mirror to you, the fastest download speeds should be from the Sourceforge links. Also remember to ensure the integrity of your image by downloading the MD5 file as well.
The current supported release of Vinux is 3.0.2 based on Ubuntu Lucid 10.04.4.
Versions marked USB are for writing a Vinux image to a 2GB or 4GB pen drive using DD tool included on Linux. where as the versions marked as Windows are for creating a Vinux pen drive using Windows.
Vinux offers a Virtual edition, this means you can use Vinux by installing a program on Windows. adding the ability to switch back and forth between the two. It’s a safe way of trying Vinux for the first time.
Warning: The DVD and Plus Editions contain some non-free codecs and packages. Using these versions in the
To roll your own Vinux USB spin, extract the file below, and place a file named os.iso in the same folder. that contains your batch files. Open the README file for instructions and run CD2USB.bat.
For previous Vinux releases no longer supported, please click the following link.
Versions 3.2.1, 3.2, 3.0.1, 3.1, 3.0, 2.1, 2.0 and 1.5.
Also for those that have trouble booting USB media boot cd's are provided on our old downloads page.