BSDLive

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Web site: www.ixsystems.com/cgi-bin/store/bsdlive.html (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: ?
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | 2006 ?

BSDLive – a live CD which provides a filesystem based on FreeBSD that can fit on a business card CD-ROM developed by iXsystems. It is a FreeBSD operating system that will run directly from the CD so not using your hard drive.

iXsystems, a company nestled in the infamous Golden Triangle of Silicon Valley, provides FreeBSD-based Internet infrastructure grade rackmount servers, security appliances, and managed FreeBSD hosting to a global market. The iXsystems management team consists of former executives and employees from BSDi and iXsystems.

iXsystems develops customized open source FreeBSD distributions, including the desktop operating system TrueOS (formerly PC-BSD) and the file servers and network attached storage systems FreeNAS and TrueNAS.

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RoFreeSBIE

FreeBSD

Web site: www.rofreesbie.org (not active)
Origin: Romania
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 1.3 | November 21, 2007

RoFreeSBIE (Romanian Free System Burned In Economy) – a FreeBSD based DVD that can run live system and can be installed on a hard drive.

RoFreeSBIE-1.0 was based on FreeSBIE, which is based on FreeBSD.
RoFreeSBIE-1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 were made with own scripts.
The latest version of RoFreeSBIE is based on FreeBSD 6.3-PRERELEASE. This release also includes a unique feature: an option to enable or disable NVIDIA drivers, and a new graphical installer has been added. It also includes support for wifi, even in live mode.

The project developer is Ovidiu Angelescu, but at the beginning it was based on FreeSBIE port, made by Gufi (Italian Free Unix Group).

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FreeBSD LiveCD

FreeBSD LiveCD

Web site: livecd.sourceforge.net/
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: text
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
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livecd 1.2.4 set of scripts 24MB.tar.gz
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SmallWall

SmallWall

Web site: www.smallwall.org
Origin: Unknown
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: text
Architecture: x86
Based on: mOnOwall
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 1.8.4 beta11 | June 23, 2016
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SmallWall – a minimalist, FreeBSD based operating system that provides a ready-to-use firewall. SmallWall is a fork/continuator of the mOnOwall that is not being developed anymore.

SmallWall can work as a LiveCD or LiveUSB (without installation) and can be installed on a hard disk as well.
The system is equipped with the FreeBSD kernel, web server (thttpd), PHP and some additional tools.

The project developer is Lee Sharp.

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SmallWall 1.8.3 i386 24MB.iso
md5sum: b65a8e813b71997e388d0f8afd3f59b6

 

TrianceOS

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Web site: www.trianceware.com (not active)
Origin: Malaysia
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 1.0 beta ? | August 23, 2004

TrianceOS – an open source, UNIX like, complete operating system based on FreeBSD 5 for the Intel i386 architecture.

TrianceOS is a highly integrated system. Besides being very portable, which holds the kernel of high performance and comes from FreeBSD, TrianceOS has a complete set of user tools, compilers for several languages, the X Window System, firewall-level kernel, and other tools specifically constructed to operate over the graphical user interface (GUI), all of which come with full source code.

TrianceOS package contains a collection of over 175 pre-compiled binary software packages and thousands of open source software available worldwide.

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WarBSD

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Web site: www.warbsd.com (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: text ?
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.2 | 2005

WarBSD – a “tool for network testing” a wireless network based on FreeBSD 5.0, so-called war driving kit. Inspired by the WarLinux included.

Stacy Olivas merged a version of PicoBSD with the FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE-p7. Then he looked into WarLinux, examining how to use it as embedded Linux, and then realized that it could be done with PicoBSD.

He started the WarBSD project, which, according to the maker, is not a new *BSD code fork, but the BSD equivalent of WarLinux. WarBSD is a wireless network auditing tool.

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BSDeviant

BSDeviant

Web site: bsdeviant.unixpunx.org (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | 2004 ?

BSDeviant – a free, FreeBSD-based UNIX-like operating system. The distribution is currently (as of June 2004) under 210MB and fully operates from a mini-CDR (or regular CDR) without the need to install anything on the hard drive.

They claim to emphasize “‘ease of use’ (for both new users and power users), security, and keeping our code as portable and stripped down as possible,” and have the slogan “Unix; anytime, anywhere.”

BSDeviant Package Listing: XFree86 4.3.0, Fluxbox, Gaim, Gkrellm, XMMS, Opera, BitchX, Links, bsd-airtool, nmap, snort, worker.

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Eclipse/BSD

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Web site: www.bell-labs.com/project/eclipse/ (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Server
Desktop environment: ?
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: ? | 2005 ?

Eclipse/BSD – an operating system which is the basis for testing the Quality of Service (QoS) that is being developed at the Information Sciences Research Center at Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies. Eclipse/BSD is based on FreeBSD version 3.4., and is compatible with FreeBSD, supporting the same system calls, protocols, drivers and applications.

The system developers have implemented hierarchical proportional share cpu, disk and link schedulers, the /reserv file system providing an API to manipulate “reservations” and a tagging mechanism for the association of reservations with schedulable operations.

Eclipse/BSD is being used to guarantee QoS to server applications, and in particular to differentiate the performance of different web sites hosted on the same platform.

The demand to provide Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees is increasing with the need to run multiple server applications, such as audio and video media servers and web servers, and host services for multiple entities (e.g., companies, individuals) on the same platform. QoS requirements may be client-based, service-based, contentbased, and so on.

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Damn Small BSD

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Web site: damnsmallbsd.org
Origin: Germany
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | December 2007 ?

Damn Small BSD – a very small, 50MB BSD distribution intended for hardware with lower resources than those most frequently encountered on a standard PC.

Intended targets include: legacy PC’s, modems, routers, switches, AP’s (Access Points), Set Top Boxes, Atoms, and Cell Phones to name but a few.

There are 2 versions, one based on FreeBSD and one on OpenBSD. It boots directly into RAM off a CD ora a USB stick and can be used as a desktop or a firewall.

DSBSD comes with everything you need in a basic desktop environment. It includes the fluxbox window manager, firefox, xmms, and many other applications. It also includes tools to help you get work done, such as an ssh server, a mini httpd, xvncviewer, and more.

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NeXTBSD

NeXTBSD

Web site: www.nextbsd.org
Origin: ?
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: ?
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia: NeXTBSD
Media: Install
The last version | Released: ? | 2015

NeXTBSD – an operating system based on and a fork of FreeBSD which implements new features developed on branches but not yet implemented in FreeBSD with adds of various Mac OS X components.

NeXTBSD was announced in August 2015 by Jordan Hubbard and Kip Macy at the Bay Area FreeBSD Users Group (BAFUG). It is based on the FreeBSD-CURRENT kernel with adds of Mach IPC, Libdispatch, notifyd, asld, launchd, and other components derived from Apple’s open-source code for OS X.

The screenshot shows Fluxstep window manager, which was created by ‘ipodpunker’.

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