Web site:
Origin: Nepal
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Morphix
Media: Live CD/DVD
The last version | Released: 3.0 | May 25, 2008

NepaLinux – a Debian based Linux distribution localized into the Nepali language.
It features the complete Nepali language, fonts, input method, spell and grammar checker and dictionary.

The Live CD iso image offers the KDE desktop, set of KDE applications and Nepali locale only.
The Live DVD iso image can be run with Nepali or English locale, and uses GNOME desktop environment. There are pre-installed applications from GNOME and KDE desktops which can be run that GNOME desktop environment and vice versa.

The project was supported by the International Development and Research Center (IDRC), Canada and administered through the Center for Research in Urdu Language Processing (CRULP), National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (NUCES), Pakistan.

The distribution was under development between 2005 and 2008 by Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya.


NepaLinux 3.0 KDE i386 680MB.iso
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NepaLinux 3.0 DVD i386 1.45GB.iso
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Web site:
Origin: Netherlands
Category: Desktop, Web kiosk
Desktop environment: KDE, IceWM
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia (de): Morphix
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.5-pre6 | September 2007

Morphix – a live Linux distribution based on Knoppix.
Morphix is a modular distribution so it means that it consists of a number of parts which together form a working distribution.

Morphix flavours:

Morphix LightGUI – Aimed at lower-end PCs, LightGUI features the XFCE4 desktop and contains a reasonable amount of lighter tools. It was the initial version of Morphix, and the aim has been to keep LightGUI small enough to have it fit on 210MB CDR(W). LightGUI includes Abiword, Gnumeric, Dillo, Firefox, Gaim, Xchat, GIMP.

Morphix Gnome – (formerly: Morphix HeavyGUI) was for some time the only conterpart of LightGUI. Including Gnome,, Mozilla, and the kitchen sink, Morphix Gnome was aimed at office users with more recent machines.

Morphix KDE – it contains the whole KDE suite of programs, as well as Mozilla and other applications. Morphix KDE sits inbetween LightGUI and Gnome when it comes to size, and fills up approximately 400MB of space on your CD-ROM.

Morphix Game – An odd-ball in Morphix, this flavour contains the very light IceWM and a very large number of Open Source games: BZflag, Frozen Bubble, Freecraft, and many, many others, as well as it includes one or more demo versions or free full versions of commercial Linux games.

Morphing-Morphix – it provides the quick way to start Morphing and making your own LiveCD. Just boot the CD and start Morphing, no need to install tools, compile applications or switch operating systems. All is required is some space on a connected hard drive.

All the official Morphix live CDs contain the Morphix installer, as stated above. This tool allows users to easily install their Morphix (or derivative) live CD onto a hard disk.

Morphix was under development by Alex de Landgraaf between 2003 and 2007.

There are many derivates created on the top of Morphix, such as: Dreamlinux, Elive, GNUstep Live-CD, Clusterix, Freeduc-Sup, GNIX, Sork, NepaLinux, TOBIX, ZoneCD, etc.


Morphix 0.5pre5_rc2 IceWM i386 244MB.iso
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Morphix Live Kiosk 2007-11-19–23-00 i386 220MB.iso
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Morphing Morphix 0.3.1 i386 212MB.iso
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Morphix Base 0.5pre6 i386 36MB.iso
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Web site:
Origin: Portugal
Category: Education
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.0 | March 22, 2009
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: LinuxKidX

LinuxKidX – a LiveCD with possibility to install on hard disk based on Slackware Linux.
The idea appeared during the university project by students Alexandre Pereira and Robson Maniasso.

The distribution has a few games and other applications suite to kids from 2 to 15 years old, such as:
– KStars virtual planetarium
– Kalzium periodic table of elements
– KTouch typing tutor
– KGeography geography software
– KWordQuiz general purpose flash card program
– ChildsPlay
– Gcompris
– KDE-edu
– the graphics application Tux paint
– an advanced graphics suite Gimp
– Google Earth

The first version of LinuxKidX was created just on Portuguese, but as the project have always been developing, appeared the idea to make public the distribution around the world, so that was created a English version. It is possible to change the locales installing the language package of KDE and change it on control center of KDE.

The last version of LinuxKidX 2.0 was released in 2009.




Web site:
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia: MEPIS
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1.5_11.9.92 | July 29, 2013
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: SimplyMEPIS

SimplyMEPIS – a live Linux distribution based on Debian stable and uses the KDE desktop environment.
It can be installed onto a hard drive or used as a Live DVD, which makes it externally bootable for troubleshooting and repairing many operating systems. It offers automatic hardware configuration, NTFS partition resizing, ACPI power management and WiFi support.

MEPIS was started by Warren Woodford and the eponymous company MEPIS LLC in 2002, and the first version was based on Knoppix.
The next releases were based on Debian stable, until version 6.0 (July 2006) and 6.5 which were based on Ubuntu. After that, SimplyMEPIS turned to Debian again.

The last available version of SimplyMEPIS 1.5 was released in July 2012, and was based on Debian “Wheezy”.

There are a few other distributions based on SimplyMEPIS:
– antiX – used very lightweight IceWM and Fluxbox window managers. It was based on SimplyMEPIS which is based on Debian stable, then changed its base to Debian testing. The last version of antiX 15 has been built using Devuan scripts and packages.
– MX – built on the top of antiX by MEPIS and antiX community members; it is based on the packages of Debian stable and uses Xfce desktop environment instead of IceWM.


SimplyMEPIS 1.5_11.9.92 i586 1.33GB.iso
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SimplyMEPIS 1.5_11.9.92 x86_64 1.32GB.iso
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Games Knoppix

Games Knoppix

Web site: (not active)
Origin: Germany
Category: Game
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 4.0.3-0.3 | September 14, 2005
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Games Knoppix

Games Knoppix – a live, an entertainment-oriented Linux distribution based on Knoppix.

Games Knoppix offers 100 (approx) open-source games pre-installed on the board. There are no proprietary games such as Unreal Tournament 2004, Quake 3 Arena, NeverWinter Nights, or any other GNU/Linux-compatible commercial entertainment programs.

The games included in the live iso: Marble Blast Gold Demo (OpenGL), Mutant Storm Demo (OpenGL), Space Tripper Demo (OpenGL), Think Tanks Demo (OpenGL), Ufo AI (XMas Special) (OpenGL), Asciijump, Atanks, Bzflag (OpenGL), Bzflag-Server, Crack-Attack (OpenGL), Crimson, Crossfire-Client-GTK, Crossfire-Client-X11, Cube, Empire, Enigma, Foobillard (OpenGL), Freeciv-Client, Freeciv-Client-GTK, Freeciv-Server, Freesci, Gltron (OpenGL), Gnuchess, Gnugo, Jump’n’Bump, Kbattleship, Kmahjongg, Kobodeluxe, Ksokoban, Lbreakout2, Lgeneral, Nethack-Console, Nethack-Gnome, Nethack-Lisp, Nethack-Qt, Nethack-X11, Netpanzer (OpenGL), Neverball (OpenGL), Pysol, Scorched3d (OpenGL), Tower Toppler, Battle for Wesnoth, Battle for Wesnoth Editor, Battle for Wesnoth Server, Xarchon, Xblast, Xblast-TNT, Xboing, Xgalaga, Xskat, Xsoldier.

The knx2hd installation program is provided with the distribution, but it is not listed in the KDE menu. This utility installs Games Knoppix to your hard drive, should you decide that you like it enough to keep it as a permanent operating system.

Games Knoppix features some different applications, not only games, such as:
– multimedia: XMMS, Xine, K3b, KsCD, and Audaxcity
– net: Konqueror, Mozilla 1.7.3 with the Java and Acroread plug-ins, Gaim, Xchat2
– others: ZSNES, DOSbox emulator

It is based on Knoppix 4.0 and KDE 3.3.1 is the default desktop environment.
The last version of Games Knoppix was released in 2005.


Games Knoppix 4.0.2-03-EN i386 2.69GB.iso
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Web site: (not active)
Origin: Poland
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE, Gnome
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Mandriva Linux
Media: Install DVD
The last version | Released: 4.0 Community | June 1, 2010
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: XtremeOS

XtremeOS – a commercial, Polish Linux distribution based on Mandriva Linux.

It started in 2007 as a Xtreme Pack, created by Mandriva Polish community team.
Starting from the 3rd version of Xtreme, the system has been created by team.

The iso images contain some extra packages, such as:
– the latest versions of proprietary drivers
– full multimedia support
– web browser plugins
– extra desktop themes
– Compiz-Fusion 3D window manager
– support for GPRS/UMTS/HSDPA/EDGE technology
– support for ‘neostrada tp’ and others ADSL based technology
– support for Blueconnect, Orange Free and others mobile providers
– Cedega and CrossOver pre-installed for MS Windows applications support

The system was available in a few flavours:
– XtremeOS – for a hard drive installation
– XtremeOS USB – for an USB disk installation
– XtremeOS OEM – for brand new hard disk installation
– XtremeOS EDU – for education
– XtremeOS Community – free version contains open-source packages only

Time line:
– Mandriva Linux 2007 Xtreme
– Xtreme2 Pack – 2008
– Xtreme 3.0 on February 5, 2009
– Xtreme 4.0 on December 29, 2009
– Xtreme 4.0 Community (previous: Lite) which contains open-source packages only, was released in June 2010 as the last one.

If the informations are not correct, contact me via a comment form, please.


XtremeOS 4.0 InstallDVD x86_64 4.1GB.iso
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XtremeOS 3.0 InstallDVD i586 4.25GB.iso
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Web site: (not active)
Origin: Italy
Category: Education
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia (it): eduKnoppix
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 3.0.2 | February 10, 2007

eduKnoppix – an Italian Linux distribution based on Knoppix, designed for teachers and young students between 8 and 15 years old.

eduKnoppix has been especially created for teaching and features pre-installed applications such as:
– Maxima – a computer algebra system
– GNU Octave – a high-level programming language, primarily intended for numerical computations
– Kig – an interactive geometry software
– Dr. Geo – an interactive geometry software
– Kalzium – a periodic table of the elements for KDE Software Compilation 4
– scelix – a scientific software
– GeoGebra – an interactive geometry, algebra, statistics and calculus application
– KmPlot- a mathematical function plotter for the KDE Desktop
– KStars – a planetarium program using the KDE Platform

Other applications:
– Blender, Gimp,, Skencil
– Icedove, Iceweasel, KGet, Kopete, Konqueror, Krdc, Sun Jave 5.0
– MPlayer, XMMS, K3b

The default locale is Italian.

eduKnoppix was under development between 2003 and 2007.


eduKnoppix 3.1 rc1 i386 656MB.iso
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Mandriva Linux

Mandriva 2011 KDE

Mandrake  Mandriva 2006 KDE  Mandriva 2009 Gnome  Mandriva 2010 Gnome  Mandriva 2010 Xfce  Mandriva 2011 LXDE

Web site: (not active)
Origin: France
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE, LXDE, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Independent, Red Hat
Wikipedia: Mandriva Linux
Media: Live CD/DVD, Install DVD
The last version | Released: 2012 Alpha 2 | November 6, 2012
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Mandriva Linux

Mandriva Linux (previously: Mandrake Linux) – an independent Linux distribution, originally forked from Red Hat Linux.

The system features the most popular desktop environments, a set of pre-installed application for daily usage, and integrated its own graphical configuration utilities tool ‘Mandriva Control Center’.

Mandriva Linux uses ‘urpmi’ package manager, which allows installation of packages by automatically installing all the needed dependencies, from various media, including network/Internet, CD/DVD and local disk. Urpmi has a graphical front-end called ‘pmdrake’, which is integrated into the Mandriva Control Center.
The RPM package management system is also available in the system to perform operation on the packages.

Mandriva Linux was started in 1998 under the name of Mandrake Linux.
The first release was based on Red Hat Linux 5.1, used the K Desktop Environment 1, and was released in July 1998.
In February 2005, MandrakeSoft merged with Brazil’s company called Conectiva to the new Mandriva S.A. In May 2015 Mandriva SA has been closed.

The last stable version of Mandriva Linux 2011 was released in August 2011.

Most Mandriva Linux developers went to Mandriva fork called Mageia.
ROSA is a fork of Mandriva created by former Mandriva developers too.
OpenMandriva Lx has been built on the top of ROSA as its fork.
PCLinuxOS initially derived from Mandrake.
Unity Linux (discontinued) is a Mandriva based distribution.


Mandriva 2011 KDE i586 1.65GB.iso
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Mandriva 2011 KDE x86_64 1.69GB.iso
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MandrivaOne 2010.2 KDE i586 686MB.iso
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MandrivaOne 2010 Xfce i586 635MB.iso
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MandrivaOne 2009 GNOME i586 621MB.iso
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MandrivaOne 2006 KDE3 i586 675MB.iso
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MandrivaFree 2006 KDE3 i586 CD-1 712MB.iso
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Mandrake 9.2 Install i586 667MB.iso
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Web site:
Origin: Poland
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 8.04 | December 15, 2008
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Olá!

Olá! Dom – a Polish, Kubuntu based Linux distribution targeted to new Linux users.

The distribution has been created to let new users easy configure and use the system, including surfing the web, editing documents, keeping in touch via IM clients, editing graphic files, watching videos, listening to the music, without installing additional software.
Olá! has graphical configurators available which help users to manage the system.

Olá! offers pre-installed applications, such as:
– Net: aMule, KNetworkManager, KTorrent, Opera, Skype, Firefox, Kadu
– Office: OpenOffice, Acrobat Reader
– Multimedia: Amarok, Mplayer, RealPlayer, VLC
– Graphics: GIMP
– Games: Gcompris, Knights, Lbreakout2, Supertux, X-moto

The system uses Polish locales and keyboard layout as default.

The founder and contributor of the project is Krzysztof Lichota.
The first version of Olá! was based on Kubuntu 6.06 LTS (Dapper Drake).
The last one 8.04 has been released in December 2008.


Olá! Dom 8.04 i386 718MB.iso
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Web site:
Origin: Unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: SimplyMepis
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2 | May 2, 2010

Anubis-Linux – a SimplyMepis based Linux distribution designed for Linux newbies, system programmers, and computer science enthusiasts.

The live iso image features a big amount of:
– desktop-oriented applications, which can be used as a starting point for learning Linux
– low-level system programmer’s tools
– a selection of pentest tools
– Wine and DosBox to install/run DOS/Windows-based applications
– a tool to remaster the system of your own

Anubis uses the Debian unstable “Sid” repository, alongside the Mepis as well.

The default desktop environment is KDE 3.5.10.

The distribution was under development between 2009 and 2011, and the founder and developer of Anubis-Linux is Robert Fahy.