Seminarix

Seminarix

Web site: www.seminarix.org (not active)
Origin: Germany ?
Category: Education
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu, Sidux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2008-01 ? | 2008 ?

Seminarix – a live Linux distribution based on Kubuntu, and then on Sidux. Seminarix was developed in cooperation with Skolelinux and KDE-Edu and is designed to introduce teachers to free software. The live CD contains a collection of free software suitable for education and training.

The Seminarix Live-CD was supported by the companies such as: HP, Intel, G-N-U, Turck and organizations: “Stiftung Partner für Schule”, Medienberatung NRW and Studienseminar Neuss.

Sidux-Seminarix partners with Sidux and describes itself as an education project, which wants to design the teacher and students education with computer assistance cheaper, more effective and descriptive with the help of free Linux programs. For this purpose, the distribution was equipped with software from the fields of education and science a program starter. The program starter makes it easy for the Linux novice, whether teacher or student, to start the various education programs and other general purpose programs. In addition, with the program starter specially developed for sidux-seminarix, you can quickly and easily install various other educational programs. Important information about the programs and web links make it easier for the user to select the programs.

Like Sidux, the live system can be installed on a hard disk or a USB stick. All software can be updated easily and continuously. The manuals of Sidux and Seminarix are included on the CD and should help with problems. Users already using Sidux can use the Metapackage installer to upgrade their installation to Sidux-Seminarix. You can also find Seminarix under the heading »Education« and install it with a mouse click.

Seminarix aims to make teacher and student education less expensive, more effective and more viable with computer support using free open Linux programs. The project was first published in March 2007 by Wolf-Dieter Zimmermann. Initiated by sidux e.V., this edition was created in collaboration with W. D. Zimmermann and interested teachers and users.

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Seminarix 20061113 i386 694MB.iso
md5sum: 748ab8c222e73aab9e99276ea170b58e

 

Ichthux

Ichthux

Web site: www.ichthux.com (not active)
Origin: France
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia (PT): Ichthux
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 9.10 | November 10, 2009

Ichthux – a French Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. The distribution was suitable for computers in churches, Bible schools and Christian homes. The name Ichthux comes from the Greek word ichthys, which means fish and is a Christ symbol from the Old Church.

The distribution consists entirely free software, and is free of charge. The Ichthux Community helps each other, with no distinction of novices or veterans; the information must be shared so that anyone can be helped, regardless of the level of difficulty, from forums and community sites.

The supported architecture was x86 and the default desktop environment was KDE.
The first version was launched on September 11, 2006 and was based on KNOPPIX, the latest version is 9.10, which was launched in October 2009, and based on Kubuntu.

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Ichthux 0.5 i386 719MB.iso
md5sum: a810a6632906c0f2a8394598c29b396b

 

Bardinux

Bardinux

Web site: bardinux.ull.es
Origin: Spain
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 3.4 | May 28, 2014

Bardinux – an official distribution of the University of La Laguna (ULL), Canary Islands, Spain; which is based on GNU/Linux (Xubuntu), originally based on Kubuntu, developed by the Office of Free Software to cover the software needs of the members of the university community of the ULL. In this distribution, the most relevant software for the realization of practices, research and general use has been compiled, in easily installable packages.

In the distribution, the needs of the majority of university students have been taken into account, so the available applications are very varied:
– Office suite: OpenOffice.
– Browsers: Mozilla Firefox.
– Mail clients: Mozilla Thunderbird.
– Graphic design: Inkscape, Scribus, Blender, Yafray, …
– Audio players: Amarok.
– Photo retouching: Gimp.
– And a long etc…

The Office of Free Software of the University of La Laguna is the entity of the University created to promote the use of Free Software and open standards. In addition to Bardinux, multiple projects have been created, such as student mail, the virtual hard drive, and others intended for training, such as the ISLA courses, courses for teachers and the PAS.

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Bardinux 3.4 i386 807MB.iso
md5sum: f570b64622e39ba755ab72e147b8db0f
Bardinux 3.4 amd64 829MB.iso
md5sum: bdcf863ad805ce19baad956808bc65be

 

SamuraiSTFU

SamuraiSTFU

Web site: www.samuraistfu.org
Origin: ?
Category: Security, Penetration
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Virtual Disk Image
The last version | Released: 1.9 | September 22, 2016
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SamuraiSTFU (Security Testing Framework for Utilities) – a specialized Linux distribution based on Kubuntu.

SamuraiSTFU provides pre-installed:
– tools for penetration testing of wired and wireless networks
– tools for testing traditional applications and networks
– built-in tools for testing devices
– specialized testing tools for the energy sector.

Goals of SamuruaiSTFU:
– Leverage last 5 years of experience developing and managing the SamuraiWTF (Web Testing Framework) project
– Live DVD / VM for performing penetration tests on control systems
** Primary audiences are utilities and vendors in the energy sector
** Secondary audience are utilities from other sectors such as gas, water, oil, and control systems in general
** Tertiary audiences are security contractors and independent researchers
– Include “cream of the crop” free and open source tools for all aspects of SG Pentesting
** Best web pentesting tools (small subset of SamuraiWTF)
** Best network pentesting tools (small subset of Backtrack)
** Best hardware pentesting tools (not currently included on any distribution)
– Extra features designed for utility security teams and security firms trying to gain utility experience:
** Include documentation on tools, architecture, methodology, and protocols
** Include simulated Smart Grid systems for educational purposes
** Include sample packet captures and data dumps for exercises

SamuraiSTFU is available as a VMware virtual disk image.

The project developer is Justin Searle.

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SamuraiSTFU 1.9 i686 VMware 4.51GB.zip
md5sum: 5963c8c3ee78f02609866500ea2f8313

 

Klikit Linux

Klikit Linux

Web site: www.klikit-linux.com (not active)
Origin: Mexico
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 0.1-9RC2 | April 28, 2008

Klikit Linux – an informal project focused on developing a modern, free, user-friendly and fun Linux desktop. It uses the well known, award winning KDE environment. It can run as a LIVE-CD on practically any PC (x86), and can be installed to your hard drive in just a few minutes.

Klikit-Linux is based on the latest release of Kubuntu, taking advantage of many of its best features, and then adds its own touch, depending on the desires of the community. The release dates of Klikit-Linux will depend on the stability of the latest Kubuntu packages.

It comes with a collection of applications that will meet most of your daily computer needs, such as office, graphic, multimedia, and internet work.

Klikit-Linux is and always will be completely free, You will be able to use it, modify it, distribute it and do whatever you want with it. You will always have the freedom of choice.

The DVD version comes with everything needed to do a complete installation.
With the CD (LE) Edition, the system will need to download from the web around 120 MB extra to finish the installation.

The following things are NOT included in the CD (LE) version: flash, java, quicktime, w32codecs, The Gimp and extras, OpenOffice (the CD comes with KOffice), Kompozer, Games, Akregator (RSS feed reader), Kasablanca (ftp client), Konversation (IRC Client), KTorrent (Bit torrent Client), Kaffeine, KAudioCreator, VLC, Kontact, KArm, Katapult, KMouseTool, Skim, KDE Groupware Wizard, linux-headers, language packages, some fonts.

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Klikit Linux 0.1-5b i386 813MB.iso
md5sum: ffc1ae50e7df8e262af91a63bcc22847

 

Kaiana

Kaiana

Kaiana

Web site: kaiana.com.br (not active)
Origin: Brazil
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 12.04 | July 28, 2012

Kaiana (previously: Big Linux) – an operating system developed by the Brazilian Free Software community, under the responsibility of the Free Union.

It seeks to be an ideal system for the use of everyday activities and seeks to meet beginner and advanced users.
It supports a hard disk installation and is localized into Brazilian Portuguese.

It was developed based on the popular Ubuntu distribution. Another important different is that the Kaiana system has been licensed by Canonical and is allowed to distribute modifications on the Ubuntu base.

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LinuxMCE

LinuxMCE

Web site: www.linuxmce.org
Origin: Unknown
Category: Multimedia, Home Control, Telecomunication
Desktop environment: 10-foot user interface
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia: LinuxMCE
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1004 | January 23, 2013
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LinuxMCE (Linux Media Center Edition) – a Linux distribution based on Kubuntu, which lets users controlling all home’s devices.
LinuxMCE was begun by Paul Webber as a fork of the PlutoHome home automation software project.

LinuxMCE is a whole home automation suite. It the ‘digital glue’ between your media and all of your electrical appliances.
The LinuxMCE package is installed on the Kubuntu, and utilizes open source applications such as Asterisk, Xine, MythTV, VDR, Firefox, VideoLAN and SlimServer.

It includes full featured solutions for:

Media:
– Organize media with special metadata tags
– View/Listen to media in any room
– Media automatically follows you through your home
– New media is automatically detected – even if it’s on other devices like another computer on your network or Network Attached Storage (NAS)
– Control all your A/V gear through LinuxMCE
– (using HDMI-CEC, IR, USB, Ethernet, or RS-232) including automatically powering everything on and setting the proper inputs on each device

Security:
– Monitor sensors and trigger events
– Monitor security cameras

Telecomunication:
– Use VoIP phones anywhere in your home with minimal setup
– Voicemail, call forwarding, advanced caller ID

Network Management:
– Take the place of a standard home router
– Advanced firewall
– Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) to make sure your bandwidth is used effectively
– (especially important for VoIP)
– Manage networked storage (such as NAS devices)

Home Control and Automation:
– Control climate and lighting throughout your entire home

The ‘linuxmce.png’ file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Source of the ‘linuxmce.png’ file: Wikimedia Commons

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LinuxMCE 1004 x86 3.69GB.iso
md5sum: 0a59a12f16ba4a83757b7dc898cb5a03

 

Tilix

Tilix

Web site: www.tilix.org (not active)
Origin: Bulgaria
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia (BG): Tilix
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.1 | September 13, 2007

Tilix Linux – a Bulgarian Linux distribution based on KANOTIX and later on Kubuntu. Its goal is to introduce more Bulgarians to the world of Linux and Open Source software. It contains useful software, much of which has been translated into Bulgarian.

It was oriented to beginners and those who prefer to work in the Bulgarian language.
It contains a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics and sound cards, SCSI and USB devices and other peripherals.

The latest version of Tilix 2.1 was shipped with packages and tools, such as: Linux kernel 2.6.20, X.org 7.2, KDE 3.5.6, OpenOffice.org 2.2.0, Zeroconf support, Beryl 3D, Support for Strigi Desktop Search, digiKam 0.9.1, Kopete IM, Amarok 1.4.7, ntfs-3g, K3b 1.0.3, Knetworkmanager, Scummvm.

The distribution has been abandoned in 2008, and is no longer supported.
The latest version 2.1 was based on Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn.

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Tilix 2.1 i386 688MB.iso
md5sum: 06b2b1930d2cf389b340992394390d57

 

Olá!

Olá!

Web site: http://ola-os.ssg-systems.com/c/
Origin: Poland
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 8.04 | December 15, 2008
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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.

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Olá! Dom 8.04 i386 718MB.iso
md5sum: 670c975fe04f7565939b04c574f0175a