Desktop environment: GNOME
Based on: OpenBSD
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 4.6 | January 19, 2010
GNOBSD – an OpenBSS based a BSD distribution which works in a live mode and automatically detects a computer hardware, similar to Linux distributions.
It features the GNOME desktop environment as the default desktop and a set of popular pre-installed, desktop’s applications, as well as a Ruby based graphical system installer, which lets users to move the live system to a hard drive.
The set of pre-installed applications contains for example: Firefox, Evolution, MPlayer, and Gnome utilities, such as an image viewer, a dictionary, and a sound mixer.
The LiveDVD is using the OpenBSD single-processor kernel.
The Live session’s user name is “livecd”, with “sudo” enabled as default.
A password for the user “livecd” is “livecd”.
The root-password is “Tor!Tor!”.
The project founder is Stefan Rinkes.
No download is available.