Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Game
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia: SuperGamer
Media: Live DVD (dual layer)
The last version | Released: 6.0 | 2018
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: SuperGamer

SuperGamer – a live Linux distribution, based on Vector Linux and targeted to gamers.

The first release of SuperGamer was based on PCLinuxOS.
Starting from version 2, the SupeGamer Supreme is based on Vector Linux and fits to dual layer DVD media. It features some tweeks to speed up running from the live DVD, and includes proprietary video card drivers from NVIDIA and ATI.

SuperGamer contains a large set of native-running Linux games and some demos of proprietary games, such as: Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, Unreal Tournament 2004, Doom 3, Prey, Quake 4, Savage 2: A Tortured Soul, Postal 2, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Penumbra: Black Plague, Sauerbraten, Urban Terror, IconquerU, TORCS, Tremulous, CodeRED: Alien Arena, TrueCombat:Elite, America’s Army, Nexuiz, OpenArena, PlaneShift, Drop Team, Frets On Fire, Chromium B.S.U., Mad Bomber, X-Moto, BZFlag, Mega Mario, Glaxium, GL-117, Neverball, Neverputt, Super Tux, PlanetPenguin Racer oraz X2: The Threat.

The live system user:password is:

The founder of SuperGamer is Darin VanCoevering.
The latest version 2.5 has been released in 2011.

My addition:
The iso image can’t boot properly on my machine – the X Server does not start, it works in text mode only. Tested live system from USB disk, and on virtual machines: QEMU, VirtualBox and VMware Player.

In April of 2018 a new version 3.0 has been published, which is based on Ubuntu and Linux Lite.

SuperGamer 2.5 8GB iso is split into two parts, to join them, under Linux run:
cat SuperGamer.iso.part* > SuperGamer.iso


SuperGamer 3.0 amd64
md5sum: cf7fb630a3dab9bdbce4e8b46f2a220b

SuperGamer Supreme 2.5 i686 4.2GB.iso.partaa
md5sum: 722f5f3ae24191ad7e4007800769ea27
SuperGamer Supreme 2.5 i686 4.2GB.iso.partab
md5sum: 09c965ff8124c4a4274caaf823ec1739



Web site:
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeDOS
Media: Zip archive
The last version | Released: 1.0 beta2 | February 3, 2007

DOS-C – a MS-DOS compatible operating system with the original FreeDOS kernel.

The project founder and developer is Pascquale Villani.

Web site:
Origin: Poland
Category: Desktop, Mini distribution
Desktop environment: IceWM
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia (pl):
Media: Live CD/DVD
The last version | Released: 1.0 | June 25, 2007
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: – a Polish, Debian unstable “Sid” based Linux distribution, targeted to new Linux users.

The first version of was created in 2001 by Jerzy Kaczmarek and Michał Wróbel at Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the Gdańsk University of Technology. uses Polish locales as default, and a very light IceWM window manager, so it can by run on very old machines with CPU PI 100MHz and 24 MB of RAM memory.

The system is available in 3 versions:
– Mały (Small) – 200MB of the iso image, contains a web browser, a mail client, an instant messenger, audio and video players, a graphics viewer, and a text editor
– Duży (Big) – 700MB of the iso image, contains many extra, useful applications for home and small office users
– DVD – many extra applications available straight from the live system, including many applications of KDE 3.5.6

The live system offers an option which lets you save the live system settings on a hard drive, or install the system on a hard drive as well.

The last version of 1.0 was released in 2007.
There was a few tries to re-activate the project, unfortunately with no effects.

Download 1.0 Mały i386 212MB.iso
md5sum: 87fcd0d9bcca8e96171916f6ba946bf1 1.0 Duży i386 686MB.iso
md5sum: 9214410c34d5a9e76005d6c7919d1326 1.0 DVD i386 1.43GB.iso
md5sum: ea183e353182c9b18560c0b997db5cbc




Web site:
Origin: Switzerland
Category: Firewall, Mini distribution
Desktop environment: CLI, Web GUI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia: mOnOwall
Media: Live CD/USB/Install CD/USB
The last version | Released: 1.8.1 | January 15, 2014
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: mOnOwall

mOnOwall – a FreeBSD based operating system which provides configured and ready to use firewall. mOnOwall provides a very small image which can be put on Compact Flash cards, CD-ROMs or installed on hard disks.

mOnOwall features:
– Stateful packet filter firewall
– IPsec and PPTP VPNs
– Inbound and Outbound Network Address Translation
– Captive portal
– Traffic shaper
– Inbound and Outbound port filtering
– Support for 802.1q compatible VLANs
– Multiple IP addresses on LAN and WAN ports

Unlike other operating systems, mOnOwall stores its configuration in one single XML text file.

The founder of mOnOwall is Manuel Kasper.
After 12 years of development, on February 15, 2015 the project has ended.

There are a few forks of mOnOwall available, such as: t1n1wall, SmallWall, m0n0wall mod, pfSense, OPNsense.


mOnOwall 1.8.1 PC i386 24MB.iso
md5sum: 5b2d536e2b69800fa9f6a7b10b645f6b
mOnOwall 1.8.1 PC i386 USB Image 11.6MB.img
md5sum: e18e752577e24c7a61df525e4d962b4a
mOnOwall 1.8.1 PC-Serial i386 USB Image 11.6MB.img
md5sum: 5f449407e78919c41039fe4343dad72a




Web site:
Origin: Switzerland
Category: Security, Pentest
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64, ARM
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia: BackTrack
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 5R3 | August 14, 2012
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: BackTrack

BackTrack (or Back|Track) – an Ubuntu based Linux distribution for digital forensics and penetration testing.

BackTrack provides a large collection of security-related tools ranging from port scanners to Security Audit.
The tools are divided into 12 categories, such as:
– Information gathering
– Vulnerability assessment
– Exploitation tools
– Privilege escalation
– Maintaining access
– Reverse engineering
– RFID tools
– Stress testing
– Forensics
– Reporting tools
– Services
– Miscellaneous

BackTrack was under development between 2006 and 2012 by the Offensive Security team.
Versions up to 3.0 were based on Slax, and then (4.0) it has been moved to Ubuntu as its base.

The last version of BackTrack is 5 R3, which is available in two flavors: GNOME 2 and KDE, both for i686 and amd64 CPU.

As of March 2013, the Offensive Security team re-based the project to Debian and re-named it to Kali Linux.


BackTrack 5R3 KDE i686 3.17GB.iso
md5sum: d324687fb891e695089745d461268576
BackTrack 5R3 KDE x86_64 3.19GB.iso
md5sum: 981b897b7fdf34fb1431ba84fe93249f
BackTrack 5R3 GNOME i686 3.14GB.iso
md5sum: aafff8ff5b71fdb6fccdded49a6541a0
BackTrack 5R3 GNOME x86_64 3.15GB.iso
md5sum: 8cd98b693ce542b671edecaed48ab06d




Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop, Mini distribution
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Puppy
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.28 | February 9, 2011
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: MyWolfe

MyWolfe – a Puppy based Linux distribution with Xfce as the default desktop environment.

MyWolfy comes with Xfce desktop instead of Puppy default IceWM, and a set of application foe every purpose, such as:
– Net: Firefox, Ayttm IM client, gFTP
– Graphisc: Gimp, Xsane, Viewnior, Gtkam
– Multimedia: Xine, Pburn, IOSMaster
– Office: Abiword, Geany, Gnumeric, NicoEdit, Xcalc, ePDFView
– System: GParted, Hardinfo, Task Manager, Thunar

It has been created using the Woof build system by Bobbe Holmes.
The project’s development has been finished in 2011.


MyWolfe 0.28 i386 183MB.iso
md5sum: bf57780aa13cee100dcb7d8b6a6cec3b



Web site: (not active)
Origin: Poland (the last dev)
Category: Desktop, Mini distribution
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: PCLinuxOS
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2012.1 | February 09, 2012
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: ZEN-mini

ZEN-mini – a minimalist Linux distribution based on PCLinuxOS, which uses GNOME as its default desktop environment.

It is a minimal livecd that is bootable and can be installed on a hard drive.
It comes with a few applications pre-installed only, but additional software can be installed through the Synaptic Software Manager.

The project started in 2008, the founder and developer of ZEN-mini was Don_Crissti.
Between 2009 and 2012, ZEN-mini was under development by ‘siamer’.
In 2012, siamer passed the project to, but the website is out of service now.


ZEN-mini 2012.1 GNOME2 x86 337MB.iso
md5sum: 87b2f351c75a1f901a843653e4f3b151
ZEN-mini 2012.1 test2 GNOME3 x86_64 361MB.iso
md5sum: 806c4ea533c56eabc284f0d1ddaa787a




Web site:
Origin: United Kingdom
Category: Security, Pentest
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.1 | January 13, 2004

Knoppix-STD – a Linux-based collection of open-source security tools placed on the top of Knoppix LiveCD.
It is a live Linux distribution, so it runs from a bootable CD in memory without changing the native operating system of the host computer.
STD uses Linux kernel 2.4 and the very light Fluxbox window manager.

STD focuses on information security and network management tools.
There are a large set of security tools pre-installed and divided into the categories:
– authentication
– encryption utilities
– firewalls
– penetration tools
– vulnerability assessment
– forensic tools
– honeypots
– intrusion detection
– packet sniffers and assemblers
– network utilities
– wireless tools
– password auditing (crackers)
– servers

Knoppix-STD 0.1 has been released in 2004.
Make sure that Knoppix-STD is in not related to Knoppix which is created by Klaus Knopper.


Knoppix-STD 0.1 i386 508MB.iso
md5sum: de03204ea5777d0e5fd6eb97b43034cb




Web site:
Origin: Germany
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: OpenSolaris
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 0.8 | August 27, 2012
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: SchilliX

SchilliX – an OpenSolaris based complete open-source operating system

SchilliX contains Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) only.
It runs from CD and can be optionally installed on a hard disk or a USB memory stick.

Sun Microsystem released the OpenSolaris code on June 14, 2005. It contains the modular kernel and userspace software together called “ON” (Operating System/Networking). 3 days after, the SchilliX team released the first OpenSource Distribution called Schillix.
The first release was published on 17 June 2005, by its initial developers: Jörg Schilling, Fabian Otto, Thomas Blaesing, and Tobias Kirschstein.

Version 0.7.1 used the Illumos project for the build.
Version 0.7.2 was the first OpenSolaris-like distro that capable of compiling the OpenSolaris source base.

SchilliX likes to make it easy for people who change from e.g. Linux but not on the expense of reduced default functionality.

The latest version of SchilliX 0.8 was released in August 2012.


SchilliX 0.8 i386/x86_64 416MB.iso.xz
md5sum: 7682a64aecb6fae65d9c085ad65ab48b




Web site:
Origin: Ukraine
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia (pl): Frenzy
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.4 | May 5, 2012
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Frenzy

Frenzy – a FreeBSD based operating system for system administrators.
It contains software for hardware tests, file system check, security check and network setup and analysis.
The system can work in live mode and can be installed on a hard drive too.

Frenzy is available in two flavours:
– Lite – includes text based system and tools only
– Standard – bigger version which contains X Server, Fluxbox window manager and some extra applications as well.

The last version 1.4 Lite was released in May 2012.
The last full version with pre-installed GUI is 1.3, which was released in July 2010.


Frenzy 1.4 Lite i386 109MB.iso
md5sum: 00c861ef7070d7e481c26e26ee056d0a
Frenzy 1.3 Fluxbox i386 650MB.iso
md5sum: b6eca2238254cb6b2132eb8bde52b4f4