Zeroshell 1.0.beta11 Release

Zeroshell 1.0.beta11 has been released. Zeroshell is an original Linux distribution for servers and embedded devices geared towards providing network services for LANs. This release brings us closer to the first stable release of Zeroshell.


The following new features and improvements were implemented in this beta release:

  • Net Balancer for providing load balancing and failover
  • Improved VPN bonding
  • 3G Mobile modems are now supported to make Zeroshell act as UMTS and HSDPA router
  • An issue regarding the stability of the web proxy with antivirus has been solved
  • General improvement in system stability

The iso image for this latest beta release weighs in at just 135 MB, that is about 13 MB more than the last beta release – Zeroshell 1.0.beta10. You will find installation images for various platform here

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