SimbiOS

SimbiOS

Web site: simbioslinuxenglish.weebly.com (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Cinnamon, MATE
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: X9 (19.0) | September 20, 2018
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SimbiOS – a Brazilian Linux distribution based on the stable branch of Debian GNU/Linux. SimbiOS offers a complete operating system, ready to use, with all the programs and utilities you need to use on your computer without having to download anything else.

SimbiOS was created in 2010 with Linux learning in mind. The main idea is not to disfigure Debian, but to add new features that are dormant in the standard version.

SimbiOS works in Portuguese by default (pt_BR), and is available for 64 bit machines, with MATE and Cinnamon desktops.

The project started development in 2010.

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SimbiOS 18.0 Cinnamon amd64 1.94GB.iso
md5sum: 3fde6c364441c6ad14a174d95c6e3c8d

 

Conectiva Linux

Conectiva Linux

Web site: conectiva.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop, Server
Desktop environment: AfterStep, Blackbox, Fluxbox, GNOME, IceWM, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia (PT): Conectiva
Media: Install, Live CD
The last version | Released: 10 | July 5, 2004

Conectiva Linux – an independent Linux distribution for the Latin American market. Conectiva Linux was forked from Red Hat Linux, based on RPM packages and used APT to update and install packages.

Conectiva was a company founded on August 28, 1995 in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, by a group of friends, mostly public employees of Banco do Brasil, together with Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo, who was a pioneer in Linux distributions and free software in Brazil and throughout Latin America.

The “Crystal” icons for KDE, which were designed by Conectiva employee Esveraldo Coelho, and the “apt4rpm” port for the Debian GNU / Linux package management, were developed by Conectiva. Conectiva also developed the Synaptic graphical user interface. Conectiva employed a.o. Rik van Riel and the kernel maintainer Marcelo Tosatti.

Conectiva also developed in the area of ​​the Linux kernel, the high availability of Linux and in the area of ​​drivers. Also: XFree86, network protocols, firewall, Linux clusters, performance analysis and optimization, file and resource management.

On January 24, 2005 it was announced that the company MandrakeSoft had acquired Conectiva for 1.79 million euros. On April 7, 2005 MandrakeSoft announced the change of the company’s name to Mandriva and its distributions to the name of Mandriva Linux.

The first version of Conectiva Linux 1.0 Parolin was released October 7, 1997.
The last one version 10 released July 5, 2004.

The live ISO’s user is: default/conectiva/root without password.

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Conectiva Linux 2.0 i386 628MB.iso
md5sum: b39f2ddb9f64bb7d93dc9c1e9cd7156e

Conectiva Linux 3.0 i386 644MB.iso
md5sum: e5bb6d624977a83a0bad5d3f4483fac6

Conectiva Linux 4.0 i386 628MB.iso
md5sum: 81a21151ae30c39ed11a3a4fc04c1292

Conectiva Linux 5.0 i386 619MB.iso
md5sum: 521f3f35914f65d2afb33c04df8ec2c9

Conectiva Linux 6.0 i386 669MB.iso
md5sum: ae4f3b40df1fd9ecea8225275933e2e8

Conectiva Linux 7.0 i386 660MB.iso
md5sum: 35f97ceac654a2cd0dc874f0701a640d

Conectiva Linux 8.0 i386 668MB.iso
md5sum: 35f97ceac654a2cd0dc874f0701a640d

Conectiva Linux 9.0 i386 644MB.iso
md5sum: f6b62428d4a5b880dba54e854088647b

Conectiva Linux 10.0 i386 659MB.iso
md5sum: c645ca0e8464e4571dd4b5a5b20ecbc7

Conectiva Linux livecd 0.5 GNOME i386 MB.iso
md5sum: 5f34e40ef5d47738b4422e5611dcd86a

 

BRLix

BRLix

Web site: brlix.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.0 | January 6, 2017

BRLix – a Debian GNU/Linux “Wheezy” based live Linux distribution with KDE desktop environment preinstalled as default.

The Brlix is a project to help users who have difficulty using the current Linux graphical interfaces. With an already familiar interface, and applications that facilitate the work, the learning curve is decreased and becomes friendly to use a GNU / Linux for a layman user.

Live user & password: brlix

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BRLix 2.0 i686 977MB.iso
md5sum: 163ea4312311bc50f0ddccf504ee6c6e

 

Freedows

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Web site: freedows.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Gnome
Architecture: x86
Based on: Fedora
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 1 | June 10, 2004

Freedows – the Freedows OS Project is creating an open source core Kernel architecture based on the Stanford Cache Kernel model, with the aim to create a stable platform for kernel-level multi-platform emulation.

It was launched during CIAB 2004, Congress and Exhibition of Information Technology of Financial Institutions, as an another Linux distribution with a Brazilian flavor, with the face of Windows XP and ready to run MS Office applications, through Wine Crossover.

Freedows was developed by the Freedows Consortium, created by Cobra Tecnologia S.A (part of the Banco do Brasil conglomerate) and the Brazilian Association of Free Software Companies (ABRASOL).

It is a distribution geared towards the corporate sector, especially the financial world, however it has several editions: Lite, Professional, SMB, Standard and Thin Client, and the Compact Edition.

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CBSS

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Web site: hbsd.bsdux.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Server
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: PicoBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 2.1 |

CBSS – a PicoBSD based operating system, targeted to servers.

The latest version of CBSS was 2.1b which featured some tools, such as: firewall (ipfw), remote access (telnet), NAT, bandwidth control (dummynet), QoS (altq), and many others.

The CBSS project founder is Christopher Giese.

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Pegasus OS

Pegasus OS

Web site: pegasusos.networkcore.eti.br
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 18.02 | February 18, 2018

Pegasus OS – a GNU/Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and Debian. The Pegasus OS highlight the easy and stable operation.

The current version name is Helix Nebula – every point version honors a celestial object, which does not necessarily need to be associated with the Pegasus constellation, which is already honored by the name of the distribution.

The focus is on ease of use and the possibility of being an environment for developing software and learning various tools.
It already has a video editor, IDE for software development, image editors, productivity suite, and others.

The project emerged as a personal initiative to improve learning about Linux, as well as the availability of tools used in the educational field. It is a hobby associated with professional and personal use.

It was decided to use the XFCE environment for its lightness, without losing its beauty, but it also has LXDE for faster access.

The project developer is Arnaldo Vasconcellos.

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Pegasus OS 18.02 i686 3.0GB.iso
md5sum: 0746766a2cf2a2e54028f90554c19cb9

 

Succi

Succi

Web site: succi.org (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: JWM
Architecture: x86
Based on: Puppy Linux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2 (?) | September, 2010

Succi – a Brazilian desktop distribution based on Puppy Linux. The live system works in Portuguese as default.

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Succi 1 i386 90MB.iso
md5sum: fe72328d7995f80cfe5518ddd57a650e
Succi 1-r2 i386 100MB.iso
md5sum: 9b428afc43763bb4bcf2dbb7bad30f23

 

Satux

Satux

Web site: www.satux.org.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 3.0 | March 21, 2011

Satux – a Brazilian Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux operating system. It was primarily developed by the JRSC Institute of Technology (iTJRSC), a research and development institution based in Manaus and São Paulo.

Satux Linux’s philosophy is practicality to use, enhancing the user experience in interface and usability, approaching (or even surpassing) the simplicity of use of Microsoft Windows operating systems.

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Satux 1.5 i386 1.03GB.iso
md5sum: 6b37eb39137f5b059059de40149385de

 

TinyBSD

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Web site: tinybsd.org (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Embedded Systems
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 8.2 | May 6, 2016

TinyBSD – a set of tools and shell scripts, part of the FreeBSD base system (/usr/src/tools/tools), designed to make the development of embedded systems based on FreeBSD as easy as possible. The TinyBSD script can be used on FreeBSD 5.x, 6.x and 7.x and 8-CURRENT to created a mini FreeBSD version.

The project is financed by Google Summer of Code 2008. The successor of NanoBSD, largely based on its code, supported by the FreeBSD team. It is available in the FreeBSD CVS repository. It allows you to reduce the system to about 30Mb. The same as its prototype allows you to customize the system kernel and ports – not packages (pkg) as in NanoBSD. It contains six pre-defined configurations, such as Wireless Acess Point, VPN, Firewall, bridge, wrap, default, and minimal.

The latest TinyBSD 8.2 Image was built on a 8.2-STABLE system. This is a general purpose TinyBSD image file designed to be written to a 40 – 42MB CF card. It is intended to act as a Wireless or Wired router/firewall.

Developers of the TinyBSD project are Jean Milanez Melo and Patrick Tracanelli.

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TinyBSD 8.2 Stable i386 6.1MB.tar.xz
md5sum: b3de4264aeac077344c449e4cbf5301f
TinyBSD Current set of scripts 54KB.tar.gz
md5sum: 9f1f9f4ac8402be1822bfd5323f495af

 

FreeBSD LiveCD

FreeBSD LiveCD

Web site: livecd.sourceforge.net/
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.2.4 | November 24, 2003

FreeBSD LiveCD – a set of tools designed to enable anyone to generate their personally adapted to FreeBSD Live CD. Its begin was in the October 5th of 2001, at the time where FUGSPBR (FreeBSD User Group, SP, Brazil) distributed an ISO image with a fully functional FreeBSD 4.4-STABLE LiveCD, that would allow one to access a number of partition types (since FreeBSD native to Linux and even DOS partitions), build a fully operating Firewall, allow networking flow via NAT, working as router and a number of other issues.

The main subject was to create a tool that would allow us a safe diagnostic method, under emergency environments and specially as a rescue disk where FreeBSD partitions could only be accessed (mounted) externally.

The FreeBSD Project officially distribute a “Live” disk, under most circunstances we needed some more functional tool, that could be run directly from an optic drive (CD) without any other intermediate resource.

FreeBSD LiveCD has been used under many situations, where the most usual are Rescue Disk, Desktop, FreeBSD System demonstration at some computing specific shows, Firewalls, Wireless Bridges, Wired Gateways and, the main issue is that, as you can make a fully custom version, you can use a LiveCD under any environment you wish.

The live system user name is: root (with no password).

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LiveCD Repair Disk i386 422MB.iso
md5sum: 5e0bc8a19a0a81d269eabc776a2b518e
livecd 1.2.4 set of scripts 24MB.tar.gz
md5sum: 3055ceeb1716dae0ec6b1a6e370afdc3