Hello Linux Geeksters. Knoppix 7.2 has been officially released today. Knoppix is a popular Debian derivate, with special software for people with disabilities. By ADRIANE (Audio Desktop Reference Implementation And Networking Environment), the system can be operated by voice, without having to see the screen, helping the visually impaired users to do basic tasks.
Knoppix 7.2.0 is based on Debian 7.0 Wheezy, running with Kernel 3.9.7, a kernel compiled for 64 bits, to be able to use more that 4GB of RAM, and has X.org 7.7. It also has support for the UEFI firmware, but it’s still experiemntal.
Knoppix 7.2.0 comes with the following apps already installed: LibreOffice 4.0.3, Gimp 2.8, Chromium 27.0.1453.110, Firefox (Iceweasel 21.0), Wine 1.5 and uses LXDE by default, but also has KDE 4.8.4 and Gnome 3.4.2 already installed.
Download Knoppix 7.2 from here.