I spent just about the entire day yesterday working on this, so I am extremely happy to let you know that the latest version of Bauer-Puntu Linux is finally ready for download! Even more happy than me is my wife because now I can start spending some time with her and stop spending so much time working on this.
Before I get to the nitty gritty though, you might find it interesting to know that this entire version was made using Oracle’s VirtualBox. I would have built it on my trusty Dell D620 like I did the last few versions, but Ubuntu 11.04 ran like crap on it. I decided to buy a new laptop because the D620 was getting old, and while I am waiting for the new one to show up, I figured I could do this using virtualization.
Since I built it using VirtualBox, it already has the VirtualBox guest additions installed. I also install open-vm-tools in case you want to run it in VMware like I did in previous versions.
I decided not to stray too far from the last version since it was such a big hit, but you should know that by default Bauer-Puntu 11.04 DOES NOT use Unity by default! Nope, I have it set to use Ubuntu Classic by default. You’re welcome! I also kept Google Chrome as the default browser because I love the built in sync feature.
Anyway, here is a list of apps that I installed:
- GParted - Disk Partitioner
- PartImage - Disk Cloning
- CHNTPW - Windows Password Cracker
- Wipe - Secure File Deletion
- TestDisk - File Recovery
- ClamTK - Antivirus
- GrimWepa - GUI WEP/WPA Cracker using Aircrack-ng backend (Booya!)
- Cairo Dock - Mac OSX like dock
- VirtualBox - Free Virtualization Software
- Adobe Flash
- SET – Social Engineer Toolkit
- Metasploit Framework
- Ubuntu Tweak
Here are some screen shots:
And here is why you came here, the download links:
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I hope you enjoy this version. Let me know how you use Bauer-Puntu on a daily basis in the comments!