IprediaOS LXDE

Web site: www.ipredia.org
Origin: Unknown
Category: Privacy
Desktop environment: GNOME, LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Fedora
Wikipedia (PT): IprediaOS
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1 | February 3, 2013

IprediaOS – a Fedora based Linux operating system for anonymous web browsing, email, chat and file sharing.

IprediaOS is a fast, powerful and stable operating system based on Linux that provides an anonymous environment. All network traffic is automatically and transparently encrypted and anonymized. Many applications are available in IprediaOS, including mail, peer-peer, bittorrent, IRC chat and others.

IprediaOS features:
– I2P Router
– Anonymous BitTorrent client
– Anonymous e-mail client
– Anonymous IRC client
– Browse Internet anonymously
– Find anonymous eepSites (i2p sites)

The operating system includes all of the basic applications an average computer user needs, on the top of GNOME or LXDE desktops, such as:
– a text editor, Abiword, a PDF viewer
– image viewer, Gnumeric, the Osmo calendar
– the Robert bit torrent client configured to anonymously share files through the i2p network, Sylpheed email client, a packet sniffer Wireshark
– eekboard virtual keyboard
– SE Linux Alert browser

The LXDE desktop contains shortcuts to XChat to anonymously connect to IRC channels through i2p.
Firefox uses proxy settings preconfigured to use the i2P network.

The latest version of IprediaOS 1 was released in 2013.


IprediaOS 1 GNOME i686 728MB.iso
md5sum: 8180d0c846f23f3d8dd445d5904ce2fb
IprediaOS 1 LXDE i686 651MB.iso
md5sum: 481c7f320a6d6f7c5fec304d260ce209




Web site: www.linuxmce.org
Origin: Unknown
Category: Multimedia, Home Control, Telecomunication
Desktop environment: 10-foot user interface
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia: LinuxMCE
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1004 | January 23, 2013
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LinuxMCE (Linux Media Center Edition) – a Linux distribution based on Kubuntu, which lets users controlling all home’s devices.
LinuxMCE was begun by Paul Webber as a fork of the PlutoHome home automation software project.

LinuxMCE is a whole home automation suite. It the ‘digital glue’ between your media and all of your electrical appliances.
The LinuxMCE package is installed on the Kubuntu, and utilizes open source applications such as Asterisk, Xine, MythTV, VDR, Firefox, VideoLAN and SlimServer.

It includes full featured solutions for:

– Organize media with special metadata tags
– View/Listen to media in any room
– Media automatically follows you through your home
– New media is automatically detected – even if it’s on other devices like another computer on your network or Network Attached Storage (NAS)
– Control all your A/V gear through LinuxMCE
– (using HDMI-CEC, IR, USB, Ethernet, or RS-232) including automatically powering everything on and setting the proper inputs on each device

– Monitor sensors and trigger events
– Monitor security cameras

– Use VoIP phones anywhere in your home with minimal setup
– Voicemail, call forwarding, advanced caller ID

Network Management:
– Take the place of a standard home router
– Advanced firewall
– Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) to make sure your bandwidth is used effectively
– (especially important for VoIP)
– Manage networked storage (such as NAS devices)

Home Control and Automation:
– Control climate and lighting throughout your entire home

The ‘linuxmce.png’ file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Source of the ‘linuxmce.png’ file: Wikimedia Commons


LinuxMCE 1004 x86 3.69GB.iso
md5sum: 0a59a12f16ba4a83757b7dc898cb5a03




Web site: http://project-byzantium.org/
Origin: Unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Razor-Qt
Architecture: x86
Based on: Porteus
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.5b | July 23, 2013

Byzantium – a live Linux distribution based on Porteus Linux that delivers easy-to-use, secure, and robust mesh networking capabilities.

The goal of Project Byzantium is to develop a communication system by which users can connect to each other and share information in the absence of convenient access to the Internet. This is done by setting up an ad-hoc wireless mesh network that offers services which replace popular websites often used for this purpose, such as Twitter and IRC.

These services and web apps were selected because they are the ones most often used by activists around the world to find one another, exchange information, post media, and organize. They were also selected because they stand the best chance of being easy to use by our intended userbase, which are people using mobile devices like smartphones, MP3 players, and tablet PCs.

Unlike most mesh implementations, a Byzantium Mesh requires no specialized equipment that may not be easy to get during an emergency, just an x86 computer with at least one 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless interface. It will run on just about any x86 computer, including later generation Macbooks.


Byzantium 0.5b i486 Hybrid 360MB.iso
md5sum: d89d9a287331baa5eb9ad84d946bec42




Web site: http://skolelinux.org/ (not active)
Origin: Norway
Category: Education
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia: Skolelinux
Media: Install CD/USB
The last version | Released: 8 | July 2, 2016
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Skolelinux (aka Debian EDU) – a special Linux distribution based on Debian stable brunch, created for educational use.

The Skolelinux project started on July 2, 2001.
It was associated with the member organization “Linux in schools”, which was founded on July 16, 2001. “Linux in schools” later changed its name to “Free Software in Schools”.

The installation CD/USB lets install the system on a few different ways/machines, such as:
– main server
– workstation – a disk free workstation which works in the DebianEdu network
– roaming workstation – a workstation which works in the DebianEdu network and independently, out of the network
– thin client server – contains the workstation and need two network devices
– standalone – a fully featured workstation contains the KDE desktop environment, and can works out of the DebianEdu network
– minimal – a fully integrated with DebianEdu network, text based core system without GUI

The system offers about 75 applications for education purpose, and a few tools which helps managing the system and network settings.

Skolelinux is available as a DVD/USB installation media only.
There is an unofficial, Skolelinux Standalone based Live version for testing the distribution, with a live installer of your choice.




DoudouLinux    DoudouLinux

Web site: www.doudoulinux.org
Origin: France
Category: Education
Desktop environment: LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia (FR): DoudouLinux
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2.1 | December 6, 2013
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DoudouLinux – a Debian based Linux distribution specially designed for children (and their parents) to make computer use as easy and pleasant as possible for them.

DoudouLinux provides a set of applications that suit children from 2 to 12 years old and gives them an environment as easy to use as a gaming console. Kids can learn, discover and have fun without Dad and Mum always watching.

DoudouLinux can be run from a CDROM or USB flash disk, so it does not need installing on a hard drive. It does not touch the data in the computer it runs on, nor the system installed on the computer. Shipped with built-in content filtering, it prevents children from accidentally visiting unsavory web sites. It also preserves user privacy on the Internet, removes ads in web pages and blocks bugs, to get the best web experience.

DoudouLinux is available in several pre-configured languages.
As we provide only the English version of the iso image, the other ones can be found at the project’s download page.


DoudouLinux 2.1 i386 EN 1.07GB.iso
md5sum: e375f3c6f7ace48fa7ae905b9937a8d2




Web site: www.ibeini.com (not active)
Origin: Unknown
Category: Security
Desktop environment: FLWM
Architecture: x86
Based on: Tiny Core
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.2.5 | April 14, 2013

Beini – a small Linux distribution, a wireless network security testing system, based on the Tiny Core Linux.

With the wireless networks (IEEE 802.11) devices proliferate, wireless network security issues become the focus of attention. Beini is used for wireless network security assessment of a system.

It offers an array of WiFi security audit tools. Beini is easy for newbie to used compare to BackTrack, which is the popular system used to crack WEP/WPA.

Beini include packages such as: Minidwep, Aircrack, Inflator, Reaver, Feeding Bottle, Wifite.

The latest version was released in April 2013.


Beini 1.2.5 i386 64MB.iso
md5sum: e9cae6b8b1c8bbf9ceae4ea7cf575589




Web site: www.geexbox.org
Origin: France
Category: Multimedia
Desktop environment: XBMC
Architecture: x86, x86_64, arm
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: GeeXboX
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 3.1 | November 1, 2013
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GeeXboX – a free and open-source media-center purposed Linux distribution for embedded devices and desktop computers. The project is a non-commercial organization, founded in 2002 and developed by volunteer individuals from all around the world on their spare time.

GeeXboX 2.0 and later uses XBMC as its front-end for media playback.
It can be booted from a live CD, a USB key, an SD/MMC card or can be installed on a hard drive.
GeeXboX provides a ready-to-be-used, plug-and-play Media Center application that can play any kind of multimedia content (Audio, Videos, Photos…) from any location (CD, DVD, Bluray, HDD, USB, Samba, NFS, UPnP, SHOUTcast…).

The GeeXboX distribution is available for machines, such as:
– x86/x86_64 computers (i386 and amd64)
– PowerPC computers (32 and 64 bits)
– ARM SoC: mostly OMAP ARMv7 SoC from Texas Instruments and Tegra2 from nVidia.

The project’s core developers are Aurelien Jacobs and Benjamin Zores.


GeeXboX 3.1 i386 161MB.iso
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GeeXboX 3.1 x86_64 164MB.iso
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GeeXboX 3.1 RaspberyPi 131MB.tar.bz2
md5sum: 4e500261d94d4458ab82f4734290e427




Web site: www.forlex.it (not active)
Origin: Italy
Category: Forensics
Desktop environment: LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2.0.5 | February 14, 2013
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ForLEx (Forensic Live Examination) – a Debian based, Linux distribution providing an open-source environment for forensic examinations.

The distribution offers several useful utilities for forensic analysis.
It uses a lightweight LXDE desktop environment on the top of the Debian “Squeeze” base.

The system doesn’t offer much pre-installed applications, but the most important are:
– FTK Imager – a disk imaging program
– Guymager – forensic imager for media acquisition
– ForLEx – disk mount manager
– Ophcrack – Windows Password cracker
– Iceweasel, gFTP, Wicd, AbiWord, Geany, Audacious

The latest version of ForLEx 2.0.5 was released in February 2013


ForLEx 2.0.5 i386 738MB.iso
md5sum: 3fcc90c1f0dbb56179dc0ef0452b4eaf


Chromium OS “Vanilla”

Chromium OS Vanilla

Web site: http://chromeos.hexxeh.net/
Origin: United Kingdom
Category: Netbook
Desktop environment: Chromium
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: Chromium OS
Media: Live USB
The last version | Released: Build 4028 | April 20, 2013
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Chromium OS – an open-source development version of Chrome OS, which is a Linux distribution designed by Google to work primarily with web applications. In preliminary design documents, Google describes a three-tier architecture: firmware, web browser and window manager, and system-level software and userland services.

Historically, Chromium OS was using the Ubuntu-based Linux kernel for the first several releases, but have since then moved on to track the upstream mainline kernel directly, applying changes for the features and stability. The source code has been published in 2009.

Chromium OS “Vanilla” has been created by Liam McLoughlin “Hexxeh”, a 17-year-old college student from Manchester, England. He was building boots from a USB memory stick and included features that Google engineers had not yet implemented, such as support for the Java programming language.
He stopped building it in the April of 2013.


Chromium OS Vanilla 4028 x86 USB Image 337MB.zip
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Chromium OS Vanilla 4028 VirtualBox Image 336MB.zip
md5sum: 5c95096c050a2bcabeb4de7a5be4c0c0
Chromium OS Vanilla 4028 VMware Image 336MB.zip
md5sum: 00676595476f66a8df5d0fc60f30e9fa




Web site: http://aptosid.com/
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Debian unstable “Sid”
Wikipedia: aptosid
Media: Live CD/DVD
The last version | Released: 2013-01 | May 5, 2013
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aptosid – a Linux distribution based on the unstable branch of Debian code name “Sid”.

The project is a continuation of sidux.
In September 2010, after the sidux has been Discontinued, the project was reborn and renamed to aptosid.

aptosid offers a custom kernel with support for many modern hardware devices, a rolling release cycle, and a collection of tools and scripts to make desktop administration easier. It uses a true ‘rolling-release-cycle’, and thus continues to remain current.

The system was shipped as bootable live CD with KDE (lite) or Xfce desktop environments and KDE (full) DVD media as well.
aptosid can be installed on a hard or USB flash drive via the aptosid live installer.

The last version of aptosid was released in May 2013.

Siduction, an another Debian “Sid” based Linux distribution, has been created on the top of aptosid as its fork.


aptosid 2013-01 KDE Lite i386 633MB.iso
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aptosid 2013-01 KDE Lite amd64 637MB.iso
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aptosid 2013-01 Xfce i386 518MB.iso
md5sum: 81ff5e5a25b6269576a0d944bd0a602f
aptosid 2013-01 Xfce amd64 523MB.iso
md5sum: fa663e89dc6d33d4debb3f968b3daf16