Web site:
Origin: ?
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: JWM
Architecture: x86
Based on: Puppy
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 6.0.2 | March 22, 2015

SalukiNOP – a fork of Saluki, which is designed from the ground up for use as a base system for puplet developers.

The NOP version doesn’t include any office applications – so you and add the preferred ones.


SalukiNOP 023r2 i386 124MB.iso
md5sum: 772886828a2b355ede7578d7106d7923
tahrNOP 2a-6.0.2 i386 187MB.iso
md5sum: 9dfe65e0943e171e5775eceac1fee431




Web site: (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Debian
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 7.8.0 | June 1, 2015

Overclockix – a Debian based Linux distribution for hardware tuning, stress-testing, and overclocking.

The first versions of Overclockix were based on Knoppix and were created by Arkaine23 in 2003. It was under active development between 2033 and 2005.

It was re-born in 2011 by mbentley and developed until 2015.
The live system’s base has been changed from Knoppix to Debian with GNOME desktop as default.


Overclockix LTSP21 i386 670MB.iso
md5sum: 7d441acd37a4019e3973835d0905de37


Evolution Makeiso

Evolution Makeiso

Web site: (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Arch Linux
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2015.11.01 | November 1, 2015

Evolution Makeiso – a live media based on Arch Linux, created by Makeiso script.

The goal of Makeios is to create an easy to use method of duplicating an existing Arch install for installation on new hardware. Makeiso will create a live iso containing all the info to recreate your Arch install, within a GUI environment.

The Makeiso script will create a live ISO that will include an all new net-based, guided manual CLI installer.

The newly created live ISO will install an up to date duplicate of your Arch install, or alternatively install a new Arch “base only” system.


Evolution Makeiso 2015.11.01 amd64 572MB.iso
md5sum: 50dba50a0e104d0f04bb00bbb0d4ec66




Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Rescue
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86, x86_64, ARMHF, PowerPC
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia: Finnix
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 111 | June 4, 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Finnix

Finnix – a small, text based rescue CD based on Debian GNU/Linux, targeted to system administrators. Finnix works in Live mode, but it can be installed on your computer’s hard drive. The Live system can be started from a CD, USB flash drive and via the network (PXE).

Finnix includes tools for disk partitioning, network traffic monitoring, boot record repair and installation of other operating systems.

Finnix is built on Debian from the testing branch and is available for i386, amd64, armhf and powerpc machines.

The Finnix Live image also includes the FreeDOS system.

The project was started in 1999, with its first public release in March 2000, making it one of the oldest LiveCDs (predated by DemoLinux and immediately preceded by the Linuxcare Bootable Toolbox).
The project developer is Ryan Finnie.


Finnix 111 i386/amd64 163MB.iso
md5sum: f111ff8eee915f508ade13b934d47ce6
Finnix 111 ARMHF 111MB.iso
md5sum: f111ffa290ab46ad193fdbbb2952a785
Finnix 111 PowerPC 158MB.iso
md5sum: f111ff0864d2796d788a98785ecb7589




Web site:
Origin: Germany
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: SLWM
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Tiny Core
Wikipedia: Nanolinux
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 1.3 | April 5, 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Nanolinux

Nanolinux – a minimalistic Linux distribution based on Tiny Core. Nanolinux uses BusyBox, Nano-X (instead of X.Org), FLTK 1.3.x as the default GUI toolkit and the super lightweight SLWM window manager. Applications included in the system are mainly based on FLTK.

Nanolinux offers a set of light applications, such as:
– Dillo web browser
– FlWriter text processor
– Sprsht spreadsheet
– FLTDJ personal information manager
– AntiPaint graphics editor
– Fluff file manager
– NXterm terminal emulator
– Flcalc calculator
– FlView graphics viewer
– Fleditor text editor
– IRC FlChat client
– FlMusic audio player
– FlRadio Internet radio client
– disk mounting tool, system statistics and package installation
– games set: Tuxchess, Checkers, NXeyes, Mastermind, Sudoku and Blocks

Live CD requires an i486/x86_64 processor, 64 MB RAM and 14 MB of disk space.


Nanolinux 1.3 32bit 14MB.iso
md5sum: 39675b355e27f4836ae8a1ebe45daee2
Nanolinux 1.3 64bit 18MB.iso
md5sum: d63d51642a9053d4ccd81e50af75bc16




Web site:
Origin: UK
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GUI
Architecture: x86, ARM, PA-RISC, MIPS, PowerPC, SPARC
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: Inferno
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 4 | March 28, 2015

Inferno – an operating system designed for building distributed and networked systems on a wide variety of devices and platforms. Inferno was based on the experience gained with Plan 9 from Bell Labs, and currently being developed by Vita Nuova. Applications for this system are written in the Limbo language. The name of the system and some related programs (including Styx, Limbo) come from the Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Inferno can run as a user application on top of an existing operating system or as a stand alone operating system. Most of the popular operating systems and processor architectures are supported:
– Host Operating Systems
– Windows NT/2000/XP
– Irix
– Linux
– MacOS X
– FreeBSD
– Solaris
– Plan 9

Inferno applications are written in Limbo®, a modern, safe, modular, concurrent programming language with C-like syntax. It is more powerful than C but considerably easier to understand and debug than C++ or Java. It is easy to express the concurrency in the physical world directly in Limbo’s syntax. Any Inferno application will run identically on all Inferno platforms.

High level security is an important part of the Inferno system. By using one standard protocol for all network communication, security can be focused on one point and provided at a system level. Inferno offers full support for authenticated, encrypted connections using a certificate based user identification scheme and variety of algorithms.

Inferno 4 was released in 2005 as free software.

Founded in March 2000, Vita Nuova Holdings Ltd is an operating systems and application development company specializing in technologies for distributed applications on network devices and embedded systems.


Inferno 20150328 Unix-like systems (FreeBSD, Linux, MacOS X, Plan 9) 71MB.tgz
md5sum: 1b3b406dcaa9d7919e933dd192d53a39

Inferno Windows 2000, XP, and 7
md5sum: 728b515bc6d866a24bed9b573965ee90

Inferno Mac OSX 386 3,7MB.tgz
md5sum: 83a10dc646f421dead3d59d63bc64ba8

Inferno source code




Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Embedded
Desktop environment: text
Architecture: ?
Based on: Independent
The last version | Released: ? | 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: ProteanOS

ProteanOS – an operating system for embedded devices. Its innovative design enables it to offer a competitive solution in a wide variety of hardware and software environments and embedded applications.

ProteanOS is built on industry-standard and enterprise-quality technology and aims to provide a competitive solution in a wide variety of applications – from personal electronics and automotive systems to robotics and digital signage.

ProteanOS seeks to combine the ease of setup found in most desktop and enterprise operating systems with the flexibility and configurability found in many other embedded operating systems.

All of the software in ProteanOS is free/libre and open source – it can be used, modified, and distributed without restriction.

ProteanOS can be made to run on just about any hardware that can support an operating system and made to work with a variety of UNIX®-like kernels (currently supported is Linux®) and system libraries.

ProteanOS is designed to be as small as possible. Only essential programs and libraries are installed by default. And each software package is stripped down as much as possible.

To install ProteanOS, you need to download a script to build a system called ‘Prokit’ that will allow you to built it.

The project founder is Patrick McDermott.




Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Education
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Ubuntu
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 4.3 | December 30, 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: UberStudent

UberStudent – an operating system and suite of programs for everyone, especially higher education and secondary students, those who teach them, and their schools.

Based on Linux technologies, UberStudent is a complete, ready-to-go, and “out-of-the-box” platform that is ideal for every computer user, not just newcomers to Linux. Learning UberStudent means learning the tasks and habits common to all high-performing students, while also enjoying immediate user-friendly productivity and learning cross-platform computer fluency for life.

It has support for the Moodle remote learning environment.

The project developer is Stephen Ewen.


UberStudent 4.3 Xfce i386 2.8GB.iso
md5sum: 387ec397afab5e5b78f7f703a20e1214
UberStudent 4.3 Xfce amd64 2.8GB.iso
md5sum: 83ea26ce0ddb78f29a41e87cf130827d


IPCop Firewall

IPCop Firewall

Web site: (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: text, web interface
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia (PL): IPCop
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 2.1.9 | February 23, 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: IPCop Firewall

IPCop Firewall – an independent Linux distribution based on the 2.6.32 kernel. It offers a ready to use network router configured from a web browser or by SSH. The latest stable version of the distribution is 2.1.9. IPCop is a Linux distribution which works as a router and firewall, and it has many functions to manage network, and is very simple to install.

IPCop is an open source software project based on the GPL License.

In addition to the standard functions, you can expand it with a number of additions that allow you:
– monitoring condition of a motherboard – MBMon / MBmongraph (temperature, fan speed, voltage)
– hard drive status monitoring – HDDTemp / Smartctrl / HDDGraph
– daily / monthly transfer monitoring – NET-Traffic
– checking availability of hosts in the local network – Who Is Online?
– using of excess of router / computer performance to participate in BOINC – BOINC projects
– buffering (speeding up) of improvements / service pack for Windows – Update Accelerator
– using a WLAN card as an accespoint.

The project was under active development between 2008 and 2015.


IPCop Firewall 2.1.8 i486 63MB.iso
md5sum: 1394a7bd4e5c6fe8db70007278826101
IPCop Firewall 2.1.8 i486 58MB.img.gz
md5sum: f342ef0d3a581f052642c34db2b1c72e


EON ZFS Storage

EON ZFS Storage

Web site:
Origin: ?
Category: Server
Desktop environment: ?
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: OpenSolaris
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 151a9 | December 29, 2015

EON ZFS Storage – an embedded Operating system/Networking (EON), RAM based live ZFS NAS appliance.

EON turns your hardware and disks, into an enterprise featured ZFS storage appliance. It is the first embedded Solaris ZFS (Zettabyte File System) NAS (Network Attached Storage) distribution based on OpenSolaris.

It is a memory (RAM) based live/install image which runs from CD/DVD, USB or CF (compact flash) and Disk on Module. EON delivers a high performance 32/64-bit storage solution built on ZFS, using regular/consumer disks which eliminates the use of costly RAID arrays, controllers and volume management software.

EON focuses on using a small memory footprint so it can run from RAM while maximizing the remaining free memory (L1 ARC) for ZFS performance. Running from RAM adds the advantage of being one hard disk greener in power consumption and removes the OS install disk as a point of failure. And if your hardware fails, no costly measures are needed to get your data. Simply attach the disks to another machine and with a ZFS capable operating system or EON.

– Simple and Secure CLI (command line interface) administration. Future web-based graphical/browser user interface administration
– Supports ZFS, iSCSI (target and client initiator), NFS, CIFS (Sun Microsystems Implementation) or Samba, SFTP, SSH, NTP, IP filtering, Rsync
– Supported RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-10, RAID-Z, RAID-Z2, RAID-Z3
– Supports client OS, Windows 200x/XP/Vista, 7, Mac OS X(Leopard, Snow Leopard, LION), Unix and Linux
– Transparent in-band, dynamic filesystem compression (LZJB or GZIP algorithms)
– Capable of expanding the zpool by expanding each disk in the pool (since snv_117)
– Thin provisioned (green) file systems
– Unlimited files, links, directories and snapshots versions(also known as version-ing or read only clones/copies)
– Copy-On-Write (writable) clones
– Link aggregation (teaming network interfaces)
– User Groups and Quotas
– IPfilter module and application to control/restrict network access.
– DTrace, Perl and PHP
– Deduplication (since EON 0.59.9/snv 129)
– Hot spares
– SSD acceleration

user: admin pass: eonstore
user: root pass: eonsolaris


EON ZFS Storage 151a9 Cifs 32bit 66MB.iso
md5sum: 4149d4fe2f4634ecc97ac96ef7d3c01d
EON ZFS Storage 151a9 KVM 64bit 108MB.iso
md5sum: 725d72a9b5b7d02801f2ef2e177907ac