Taneu Os

Taneu Os

Web site: taneu.de (not active)
Origin: Germany
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2010 | March 28, 2010

Taneu Os – a Slackware based Linux Live-CD. In addition to the Live-Cd, an installation is also supported that enables Taneu to be installed on USB and hard drive. Taneu Os is an attempt to further develop Linux to Windows users.

The live system uses KDE 3.x as the default desktop environment, and has been created using live-linux scripts.

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Tanue Os 2010 i386 442MB.iso
md5sum: de647c0de0fe0c6b7ce84b80657120c0

 

SLAMPP

SLAMPP

Web site: slampp.abangadek.com
Origin: Netherlands
Category: Desktop, Server
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Zenwalk
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2.0.2 | October 30, 2009

SLAMPP Linux – a generic Linux distribution that can boot directly off a CD/DVD-ROM drive, or optionally can be installed on a local hard disk. It is designed to be used as an “instant home server”.

SLAMPP comes with preconfigured tools and applications that allow a personal computer to function as a server. Unlike other Linux Live CD/DVD distributions, SLAMPP is targeting to two main user groups, namely: (1) average users, new to Linux, by giving them the chance to experiment with a non-Windows operating system, without the risk of changing or re-configuring the user’s existing system, and (2) experienced users, by providing them server applications and utilities within reach.

Can you imagine how handy it is to have and carry a linux live CD/DVD that provides all things you need to setup such kind of server? Moreover, SLAMPP strives for a good balance and combination between desktop and server applications.

Features:
– Turns a personal computer into an instant home server which provides support for common protocols, such as: HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, POP, IMAP, SMTP, SSH, DHCP, Squid, etc.
– Modularity. The ability to add additional tools and applications easily in the form of modules. Each new module will be integrated seamlessly during the booting process. Aside from all the modules provided in the Live CD/DVD, custom modules can be created. The tools to do this can be found on the Live CD.
– Webmasters and web developers can use SLAMPP to show their work to others. Just put your web projects on the CD/DVD and SLAMPP will show them instantly.
– Uses Linux kernel 2.6 which provides better support for hardware.
– All setting and configuration changes made during use can be stored on the harddisk.
– Can be installed onto the harddisk to access the server permanently.
– Equipped with Integrated Development Environments, full libraries for web and linux development, various programming languages and databases, complete Open Office suite, multimedia and graphics applications, distributed revision control systems, firewalls, antivirus and content scanner.
– Uses slapt-get/netpkg/Zendo for package management tools and Xfce as desktop environment.

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SLAMPP 2.0.2 DVD i486 1.8GB.iso
md5sum: 4acf2fd5d08bdd6b8c92fda7be68594d
SLAMPP 2.0 Lite i486 245MB.iso
md5sum: a8a07442c7e9ff8afb8bd75d3b341e7f

 

Superb Mini Server

Superb Mini Server

Web site: sms.it-ccs.com
Origin: Greece
Category: Server
Desktop environment: Web interface
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD, Install CD
The last version | Released: 2.0.9 | October 4, 2016
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Superb Mini Server

Superb Mini Server – a Linux operating system console based and manageable through Webmin web-based interface. Although described as a mini server, have all the features of a powerful server such as apache2, sendmail, postfix, spamassassin, clamav, squid, iptables, MailScanner, mysql, cups and lot of other server packages.

SMS is based on Slackware 14.0 (Since version 2.0.0). The LiveCD created with linux-live scripts and the livecd’s text-installer taken from Slax’s development. This server runs from a live CD or installed on a hard disk through Slackware’s text installer.

Superb Mini Server has no GUI (kde, gnome, xfce) is console based OS and is manageable through webmin interface.
Although there is an Add-on package of KDE for those who want it.
The purpose of this server is to set it up, plug the Ethernet and leave it be. All the manage is done through web interface or you can use a SSH client such as PuTTY.

Passwords:
root password is toor
Webmin Login: admin : admin
TorrentFlux Login: admin : admin

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Superb Mini Server 2.0.9 Live i686 531MB.iso
md5sum: 0dfb7b2f02af14795f0176c4746926f6

Superb Mini Server 2.0.9 Install i686 721MB.iso
md5sum: 77dc64713d93d504b02abd2163c88215

Superb Mini Server 2.0.9 Live x86_64 542MB.iso
md5sum: 85cf9f3e64b006513f2b6179ccdfdce6

Superb Mini Server 2.0.9 Install x86_64 720MB.iso
md5sum: a96f4174ed3894857d279fdd64f0b9d1

 

Rubix

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Web site: rubixlinux.org (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Fluxbox, KDE, WindowMaker
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 1.0 | March 5, 2006

Rubix – a Slackware based modular Linux distribution. The Rubix Linux uses the “pacman” package manager to make easy installation of new packages, as well as removing and updating existing ones.

An iso image of Rubix Linux lets you install the OS on a hard drive with KDE desktop environment or a small window managers, such as Fluxbox or WindowMaker.

Rubix Linux was discontinued in mid 2006, but its source code is still available from GitHub.

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ISlack

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Web site: marksman.beplaced.com (not active)
Origin: Bulgaria
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment:
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 1.0 | 2005

ISlack – a security-focused distribution based on Slackware Linux.

To improve the security aspect of the distribution, servers have been removed, incoming ports closed and services turned off. Several programs for penetration testing are included.

The ISlack successor is NecSecl.

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HostGIS

HostGIS Linux

Web site: hostgis.com/linux.html (not active)
Origin:
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment:
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 4.3 | October 30, 2009

HostGIS Linux – a Linux/GNU distribution based on Slackware and specifically made for handling GIS information. The goal of HostGIS Linux is to get you serving GIS maps in minutes, saving you the work of installing MapServer and its many related components.

Features:
· All the usual amenities of a Linux distribution: compilers, Perl, etc.
· Apache webserver, with PHP
· MapServer, and MapScript for PHP, Perl, and Python
· PDFlib, with support built in to PHP, Perl, Python, and MapServer
· PostGIS-enabled Postgres database server
· MapServer Web Client (MWC) to display great interactive maps without designing any HTML or JavaScript
· Example maps already installed: shapefiles, ECW raster, PostGIS, MyGIS, WMS server and client, and Flash output
· Webmin, phpMyAdmin, and phpPgAdmin for easy system administration

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HostGIS Linux 4.3 BasicServer 32bit 593MB.iso
md5sum: 84360a0f2ecb17b1cd5453275883247e

 

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
md5sum: 23a35db921762dd4ea16625be2904519
Slamd64 12.2 Install d2 amd64 621MB.iso
md5sum: 6583ba27dd4970def912b6e2e6cbc483
Slamd64 12.2 Install d3 amd64 358MB.iso
md5sum: 3eb387eae5faedaff39d443366ac484a
Slamd64 12.2 Install d4 amd64 660MB.iso
md5sum: 5a85c5c205afb78e955a172a73e17c7f
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