EMC2 LiveCD

EMC2 LiveCD

Web site: linuxcnc.org
Origin: ?
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: Ubuntu 8.04-aj13 | August 13, 2012

EMC2 LiveCD – a custom Live-CD based on Ubuntu 6.06 and 8.04 that will let you try out EMC2 before installing, and it’s also the easiest way to install Ubuntu and EMC2 together. This install gives you all the benefits of the community-supported Ubuntu distribution as well as being automatically configured for EMC2.

EMC (the Enhanced Machine Control) is a software system for computer control of machine tools such as milling machines and lathes.
EMC is free software with open source code. Current versions of EMC are entirely licensed under the GNU General Public License and Lesser GNU General Public License (GPL and LGPL)
EMC provides:
– a graphical user interface (actually several interfaces to chose from)
– an interpreter for “G-code” (the RS-274 machine tool programming language)
– a realtime motion planning system with look-ahead
– operation of low-level machine electronics such as sensors and motor drives
– an easy to use “breadboard” layer for quickly creating a unique configuration for your machine
– a software PLC programmable with ladder diagrams
– easy installation with a Live-CD
It does not provide drawing (CAD – Computer Aided Design) or G-code generation from the drawing (CAM – Computer Automated Manufacturing) functions.
It can simultaneously move up to 9 axes and supports a variety of interfaces.
The control can operate true servos (analog or PWM) with the feedback loop closed by the EMC software at the computer, or open loop with “step-servos” or stepper motors.
Motion control features include: cutter radius and length compensation, path deviation limited to a specified tolerance, lathe threading, synchronized axis motion, adaptive feedrate, operator feed override, and constant velocity control.
Support for non-Cartesian motion systems is provided via custom kinematics modules. Available architectures include hexapods (Stewart platforms and similar concepts) and systems with rotary joints to provide motion such as PUMA or SCARA robots.
EMC runs on Linux using real time extensions.

The latest version of a live CD with EMC preinstalled is based on Debian and renamed to LinuxCNC which is under active development.

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EMC2 LiveCD Ubuntu 8.04 i386 712MB.iso
md5sum: 1bab052ec879f941628927c988863f14

EMC2 LiveCD Ubuntu 6.06 i386 675MB.iso
md5sum: 2b99a5eb6b38d6bebcc1fa1b37ba7075

 

Zopix

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Web site: zopix.org (not active)
Origin: Zopix
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.5 (?) | February 2004

Zopix – ​​a Linux distribution, a remaster of Knoppix 3.3. It is a demo CD centered around the Zope application server. A selection of Zope products is presented, including Plone, CPS, Zwook, Zwiki, Fcforum.

Zopix has been designed to easily create a live CD with your own personalized Zope content. Changes compared to Knoppix 3.3: Open Office has been removed for reasons of space. When starting two Zope instances launch automatically: one for CPS, and one for the rest (this because CPS uses modified versions of Zope libraries).

Evolutions planned for the next versions:
– Study of different live-distro: Knoppix is ​​a good base but starting from a Knoppix-MIB or a Dynebolic or other remains under study.
– Zope product watch: study existing Zope products in order to integrate the best in Zopix.
– Possibly make a program with GUI to create your personalized Zope demo without using a command line

Zope products installed:
– Zope 2.6.2
– Plone 1.0.5
– CPS 2.1
– Zwook 0.99.4
– CMF Bibliography 0.2
– CMFForum 1.0
– CMF Photo 0.3
– COREBlog 0.52b
– Epoz 0.6.0
– External Editor 0.7.1
– fcForum 2.0.6
– Localizer 1.0.1
– Photo 1.2.3
– PloneChat 0.4
– PlonePopoll-1.0
– CookieCrumbler-1.1
– Squishdot 1.5.0
– ZopeZen 0.5
– ZWiki 0.24

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NIOde

NIOde

Web site: niode.nl (not active)
Origin: Netherlands
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: IceWM ?
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 20040930 | September 30, 2004

NIOde (NIO Development Environment) – a live, Knoppix based Linux distribution which contains all appropriate IOI programming tools.

IOI = International Olympiad in Informatics

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NIOde 20040930 i386 577MB.iso
md5sum: 6b980eb572c7b76d636ee0a25a237978

 

FREESCO

FREESCO

Web site: www.freesco.org
Origin: ?
Category: Router
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent ?
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.4.5 | March 30, 2014

FREESCO – a NAT/firewall router/server based on Linux and runs on a single 1.44MB floppy. Freesco is very powerful and versatile and can connect multiple home or small office networks to most types of Internet connections including dialup.

FREESCO was developed in the open source tradition as an alternative to routing products offered by Cisco, 3-Com, Accend, Nortel etc. While all of these companies offer products that are well made, the overhead and overall costs can be expensive.

FREESCO is based on the Linux operating system. And incorporates many of the features of other Linux distributions into software that fits onto a single 1.44 meg floppy diskette. With FREESCO, you can configure:
– a simple bridge with up to 10 Ethernet segments
– a router with up to 10 Ethernet segments
– a dialup line router
– a leased line router
– an Ethernet router
– a dial-in server with up to 10 modems (with multiport modems).
– a time server
– a dhcp server
– a http server
– a ftp server
– a dns server
– a ssh server
– a print server (requires TCP/IP printing client software)

FREESCO also incorporates firewalling and NAT, which are resident within the Linux kernel, to help protect you and your network. All of these features can be used in conjunction with each other or individually.

Minimum install requires a 486sx with 12mb of ram. 16+mb of ram is recommended for enabling servers.

The project coordinator and lead developer is Lewis “Lightning” Baughman.

 

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

 

Vinux

Vinux

Web site: vinuxproject.org
Origin: United Kingdom
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: Unity
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 5.1 | January 18, 2017
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Vinux – a Ubuntu based, specialized distribution of the Linux system, optimized for visually impaired and blind users.

Vinux provides two screen readers and Braille support. After starting the system and the graphical desktop (Unity), the Orca screen reader allows you to navigate the desktop using the keyboard. The system also has support for blind users which lets you work with the command line.

Vinux is offered in the form of a live media that can be installed on a hard disk.

The system is available for 32 & 64 bit machines.
Vinux 5.1 is built on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.

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Vinux 5.1 i386 1.3GB.iso
md5sum: dce508f1dbfc10a109b866835b6e4d4f

Vinux 5.1 amd64 1.3GB.iso
md5sum: f29d5ae0f5e7371b297efd5bef9eecd4

 

F.I.R.E.

F.I.R.E.

Web site: fire.dmzs.com (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.4a | May 14, 2003

F.I.R.E. – a portable bootable cdrom based distribution with the goal of providing an immediate environment to perform forensic analysis, incident response, data recovery, virus scanning and vulnerability assessment.

Also provides necessary tools for live forensics/analysis on win32, sparc solaris and x86 linux hosts just by mounting the cdrom and using trusted static binaries available in /statbins.

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F.I.R.E. 0.4a i386 606MB.iso
md5sum: ae810533dc3ae95e4036b2d665bd5f1a

 

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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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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Snarl

Snarl

Web site: eecue.com/tags/view/snarl
Origin: USA
Category: Specialist
Desktop environment: text
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.13 | April 24, 2005

Snarl – a bootable CD that forensics is based on FreeBSD and uses the autopsy and the task of @stake as well as a list of known scmoo correct checksum.

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Snarl 1.13 i386 612MB.iso
md5sum: 451166f6094c94f06d9ed1603472b0c4