Buffalo Linux

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Web site: mcalesterlinux.net (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Blackbox, Fluxbox, GNOME, IceWM, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia (NO): Buffalo Linux
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.7.3 | May 8, 2005

Buffalo Linux – a Linux distribution, a derivative of VectorLinux and thus also Slackware, and was intended for the 32-bit architecture i686. The target group users is a small companies within the business sector. The distribution came pre-installed with IBM DB2 and Oracle Database, Microsoft products, and CodeWeavers as well. The distribution cost US $ 25.

The distribution supported the i486 platform. It used the Blackbox, Fluxbox, IceVM and WindowMaker window managers and the GNOME, KDE and Xfce desktop environments.

Version 1.05 was launched on December 28, 2003, and the latest version 1.7.5 was launched on May 8, 2005.

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Slamd64

Slamd64

Web site: slamd64.com (not active)
Origin: UK
Category: Desktop, Server
Desktop environment: Blackbox, Fluxbox, KDE, WindowMaker, Xfce
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia: Slamd64
Media: Install CD/DVD
The last version | Released: 12.2 | February 2, 2009

Slamd64 – the first unofficial port of Slackware to the x86-64 architecture. The project started (the first alpha release) in January 2005, and finished in 2009. Support for 32-bit binaries was removed for the 11.0 release, but was reintroduced in the 12.0 release.

The latest version of Slamd64 12.2 features packages such as:
– Linux kernel 2.6.27.7
– GCC 4.2.4
– Apache HTTPD 2.2.10, with SSL support and PHP 5.2.8
– KDE 3.5.10
– XFCE 4.4.3
– Mozilla Firefox 3.0.5
– Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0.0.19
– Sun Java (JRE and JDK) 6u11

Slamd64 12.2 provides seamless FHS-compliant 32-bit compatibility, via a multilib system (/lib for 32-bit libraries and /lib64 for 64-bit libraries). This provides easier and increased support for both existing 32-bit software (in most cases, you can just install a package designed for Slackware with no special work needed), and for 64-bit binaries too (which require /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 to be present) such as the NVidia drivers, without requiring compatability symlinks which clutter the root directory and remove the separation of 32 and 64-bit binaries.

The project founder is Fred Emmott.

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Slamd64 12.2 Install d1 amd64 660MB.iso
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Slamd64 12.2 Install d2 amd64 621MB.iso
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Slamd64 12.2 Install d3 amd64 358MB.iso
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Slamd64 12.2 Install d4 amd64 660MB.iso
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Slamd64 12.2 DVD amd64 4.3GB.iso
md5sum: 4d964ad62fb384252f9b844bfcf4b651
Slamd64 12.2 Mini amd64 21MB.iso
md5sum: 6b77f723835c5115c8bc3c22b52b7010

 

Monkey Linux

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Web site: spsselib.hiedu.cz/monkey/ (not active)
Origin: Czech Republic
Category: Mini distribution
Desktop environment: Fvwm95
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware (?)
Wikipedia (PL): Monkey Linux
Media: Install Floppy
The last version | Released: 1.0.1 (?) | 1999 (?)

Monkey Linux – a small Executable and Linking Format (ELF) distribution based on Linux kernel 2.0.30 and Libc5. It uses the UMSDOS file system makes it an ideal semi-complete distribution for GNU/Linux newbies, because no knowledge of (re)partitioning hard drives is required for installation. Monkey works in its own folder within MS-DOS or Windows 3.x/9x/Me. The archived base distribution is less than 7MB in size and fits in
five floppies. After installation, Monkey takes up less than 30MB of hard drive space.

Minimal hardware requirements:
– 386SX
– 4MB RAM
– 20MB on IDE HDD (+ 10MB for SWAP) on non-compressed DOS volume
– VGA for X Window

Applications preinstalled:
– Fvwm95, xterm
– editors: vi, joe (Wordstar compatible editor)
– telnet, ssh, ftp, traceroute, nslookup
– web browsers: Lynx, Netscape available in the installable additional package
– bootpd, bootpgw, cron
– many utilities for text processing (awk, sed, perl, etc.)
– utilities for working with IPX/SPX
– support for many filesystems: iso9660 (CD-ROM filesystem); NFS (Network File System from Sun Microsystems); ncpfs (Novell filesystem for shared volumes); smbfs (SMB Windows network filesystem but only over TCP/IP).

Its author is Czech, Milan Keršláger. From version 0.7 (1999) the distribution has been created by Marek Dankowski. The American IT specialist Pat Villani helped on an ad hoc basis.

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Monkey Linux.tar.gz 12MB
md5sum: 38e4b0df9922634d64a19561987a83c9

 

Stux

Stux

Web site: gpstudio.com
Origin: Italy
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Blackbox, Fluxbox, KDE, WindowMaker
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix, Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.0 | June 5, 2007

Stux – a LiveDistro (CD) Linux distribution from Italy which is based on Slackware and Knoppix. Deployment can automatically load and save configurations and files on writable partitions.

The live system provides a combination of packages of Slackware Linux and kernel, modules and scripts of Knoppix. It includes automatic hardware detection and supports a vast majority of graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and USB devices and other peripherals.

STUX allows a full system configuration and usage through the STUX-Utilities, an unique, easy-to-use graphical interface specifically designed for STUX distribution.

Slackware users can use and configure STUX as they have always done with normal Slackware installations.

STUX GNU/Linux supports i386 platform and features Blackbox, Fluxbox, WindowMaker and KDE desktop environments on a single CD.

Version 0.5.3 was launched on December 16, 2003, the last version 2.0 was launched on June 5, 2007.

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Stux 1.0 i386 695MB.iso
md5sum: 873daaaaa79251eaba3bf4615accdd98

 

Voltalinux

Web site: voltalinux.sicurezzarete.com
Origin: Italy
Category: Server
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 2.2 beta | March 11, 2009

Voltalinux – a GNU/Linux distribution based on Slackware Linux and the pkgsrc package system from NetBSD. The pkgsrc package manager is available to the Linux users.

The distribution is mainly intended for server use but you can be used as a desktop OS too.

Some key features of “Voltalinux”:
· Slackware 100% compatible
· no need to compile anything to have a working system
· many prebuilt kernels
· more than 5400 ports ready to be used.

Requirements:
· i486 processor or newer
· 32 MB of RAM memory
· about 400 MB of free disk space

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ROOT GNU/Linux

ROOT GNU/Linux

Web site: rootlinux.org (not active)
Origin: Sweden
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE, WindowMaker
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 1.4 | May 2009

ROOT GNU/Linux – an advanced GNU/Linux operating system which aims to be stable, flexible and fast. ROOT is a general-purpose system which includes software for both server and workstation use.

ROOT includes the modern and powerful desktop environment KDE. It uses a simple but powerful ports system to build the latest software from source automatically. The system currently only runs on Intel 686 compatible processors. This project aims to create the best, highest possible quality GNU/Linux system for experienced users.

Versions: 1.2 (Erreur); 1.3 (Noodle); 1.4 (Pommes).

The project founder is John Eriksson.

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ROOT GNU/Linux 1.4 i586 701MB.iso
md5sum: f02f436b2f3ee097f2e1d4f206e2719a

 

VectorLinux

VectorLinux

Web site: vectorlinux.com
Origin: Canada
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia: VectorLinux
Media: Live, Install
The last version | Released: 7.2 | August 28, 2017
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: VectorLinux

VectorLinux – a Linux distribution based on Slackware. The project is founded by Robert S. Lange and Darrell Stavem and is being developed with community help.

It uses ‘slapt-get’ for package management or the “gslapt” GUI. Users have ability to independently control packages by installing packages without dependencies (for advanced users). Vector uses .tlz packages (LZMA-packed), though .tbz and .tgz are supported too.

The system is released for hardware architecture i486, and from July 2012 also for x86_64.
VectorLinux includes pre-installed non-free software and drivers.

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VectorLinux 7.2 Light Final i586 653MB.iso
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VectorLinux 7.2 STD Final i586 872MB.iso
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VectorLinux 7.2 STD Final Live i586 1.07GB.iso
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VectorLinux 7.2 Light Final x86_64 655MB.iso
md5sum: 3228f4c69272dd7b97c38d6d12f8c56c
VectorLinux 7.2 STD Final x86_64 868MB.iso
md5sum: 872ec13a4848de94552408fe12152b25
VectorLinux 7.2 Light Live x86_64 750MB.iso
md5sum: 700bf4704696a1407214c0ca140eb864

 

SaxenOS

SaxenOS

Web site: saxenos.de (not active)
Origin: Germany
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: LXDE, Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: SLAX, PCLinuxOS
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 2009 beta 1 | January 4, 2009

SaxenOS – a Linux live distribution especially targeted to older hardware.

It offers complete office, multimedia and internet applications on one CD.
The hardware system requirements are quite low, such as Pentium 2 350 MHz CPU, 128 MB RAM and a 2 GB harddisk.

An older version of the distribution supported the i486 platform and used the LXDE desktop environment.
The distribution was a derivative of Zenwalk Linux, and thus Slackware.
Version 1.0 was launched on January 9, 2006.

SaxenOS 2008/2009 is based on PCLinuxOS, with RPM packages and Synaptic package manager as default. It features the full OpenOffice package, multimedia apps and games on the top of the XFCE desktop.

The project developer is Michael Stibane.

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Biatchux

Biatchux

Web site: biatchux.dmzs.com
Origin: USA
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.1.0.6b (?) | March 13, 2002

Biatchux (DMZS-Biatchux Bootable CD) – a bootable CD distribution of which the goal is to provide a freely available immediately deployable platform for performing forensic analysis, incident response, data recovery, host virus scanning and penetration/vulnerability assessment.

This is still in beta but has proven stable for my needs (developers), which prompted it’s creation. I have tried to ensure >2G file handling capability but have not yet tested with any files greater than 2G. I am trusting Dave Dittrich’s advice and his findings toward proper environment setup for >2G.

It should work on AMD, Cyrix and 486’s or greater with 64M memory or greater (as with all things, more seems to be better, or at least more comfy!), and IDE or SCSI boot cd (selected scsi controllers only). Biatchux has now tested successfully on systems with only 64M Ram.

The project developer are William Salusky and David Zendzian.

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Biatchux 0.1.0.6b i386 60MB.iso
md5sum: 6e0802dac501923e4d920614e1c52e8b

 

EvilEntity

EvilEntity

Web site: evilentity.com (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Enlightenment
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 0.2.5 | January 24, 2003

EvilEntity – a i686 based multimedia-focused desktop OS designed for desktop home computers and professional multimedia productivity. It provides the Linux user with a Linux system optimized for audio, video, and desktop work.

The project developer is David Martin.

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EvilEntity 0.2.5 i386 702MB.iso
md5sum: abab4870f20ebe7fe2a3545ebfe4c468