Bolix

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Web site: stealmycode.com/bolix/ (not active)
Origin: unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: unknown

Bolix – a powerful, open Linux distribution designed to bring Linux to the masses. Designed for both Linux newcomers and power users, and inspired by Ubuntu. Features include: boots in live mode, straight from the CD, includes Firefox, OpenOffice.org, games and more, excellent hardware detection, user-friendly hard drive installer.

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F.H.C.

F.H.C.

Web site: fhclive.org (not active)
Origin: Italy?
Category: Security, Pentest
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia:
Media: Live USB
The last version | Released: 2019.02 | June 9, 2019
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F.H.C. (Forensic Hard Copy) – a Linux distribution, bootable from CD / USB (live), created exclusively to automate and speed up the identical copy of mass memories.

Such copying procedures are commonly used in the field of forensic computers; it is orthodox practice in this field of information technology, to acquire data from the offending media so as to preserve them from possible alterations or damage, and then subsequently analyze the identical copy. The project was created to meet the operational needs of law enforcement agencies involved in investigative activities of judicial police, technical consultants (CTU) and part (CTP), ensuring the inalterability and use of IT evidence in the criminal trial.

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F.H.C. live 2019.02 i386 471MB.iso
md5sum: 725c616024888eba53c152048131ae75

F.H.C. live 2019.02 amd64 471MB.iso
md5sum: 8232690add2e00fe630730d1a2ae9014

CROWZ

CROWZ

Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/crowz/
Origin: USA
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Fluxbox, JWM, Openbox
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Devuan
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 3.0.0 | July 30, 2020
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CROWZ – an operating system based on Devuan 3.0.0 Beowulf release. Consisting of a minimal compilation of applications and tools. Overall the ethos of CROWZ is simplicity.

The live system features a web browser, file manager, image viewer, torrent client, terminal emulator, pdf viewer, audio and video player, text editor, and a few other essential applications preinstalled.

The crowz-welcome screen compliments the install with an easy to use terminal program to update and install additional applications.

Fluxbox, JWM, and Openbox are fully customizable Wms, light on resources, fast, stable, each with a full-featured desktop experience.

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CROWZ 3.0.0 Fluxbox i386 660MB.iso
md5sum: 9762dceac92b55227fe7a0715a6c1209
CROWZ 3.0.0 Fluxbox amd64 644MB.iso
md5sum: d3fdad5b42d6cbd746455927df102c7f

CROWZ 3.0.0 JWM i386 658MB.iso
md5sum: 12a5f6c2e5fec5a04248207cbba69523
CROWZ 3.0.0 JWM amd64 643MB.iso
md5sum: 33bfcfad3cec2051c053c497ca8efe83

CROWZ 3.0.0 Openbox i386 659MB.iso
md5sum: 188a4b3dc50f66ed10f6b326dfcbd9df
CROWZ 3.0.0 Openbox amd64 643MB.iso
md5sum: d3e6a015eadf52ed056a84b5ef2b3542

JX

JX

Web site: www4.cs.fau.de/Projects/JX/index.html
Origin: Germany
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GUI
Architecture: x86
Based on: unknown
Wikipedia: JX_(operating_system)
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 0.1.1 | October 10, 2007

JX – a Java operating system that focuses on a flexible and robust operating system architecture.

The JX system architecture consists of a set of Java components executing on the JX core that is responsible for system initialization, CPU context switching and low-level domain management. The Java code is organized in components which are loaded into domains, verified, and translated to native code.

Main-stream operating systems and traditional microkernels base their protection mechanisms on MMU-provided address space separation. Protection in JX is solely based on the type safety of the intermediate code, the Java bytecode.

The system runs either on off-the-shelf PC hardware (i486, Pentium, and embedded PCs, such as the DIMM-PC) or as a guest system on Linux. Many of the JX Java components, for example the file system, also run on an unmodified JVM. When running on the bare hardware, the system can access IDE disks , 3COM 3C905 NICs, and Matrox G200 video cards. The network code contains IP, TCP, UDP, NFS2 client and server, SUN RPC. Applications that run on top of JX include an Ext2 file system, a window manager, and a database system.

The JX system is developed as an open source system by the University of Erlangen (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, FAU), a public research university in the cities of Erlangen and Nuremberg in Bavaria, Germany.

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JX 0.1.1 source 2.8MB.tgz
md5sum: e728a1f8e1c48066d92450493ba045ef

JX 0.1.1 demo 1.4MB.floppy
md5sum: 1c2910b5779ae17330378df63276624c

Good Life Linux

Good Life Linux

Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/good-life-linux/
Origin: unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: LXDE, Openbox, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Devuan
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 20170414 | April 14, 2017

Good Life Linux – a minimal, Devuan based LXDE, Openbox, and Xfce operating systems.

Good Life Linux was made so that users with older hardware could install a minimal and base LXDE, Openbox, or Xfce system in order to make their system into what they need without any additional bloat to remove. Featuring the artwork of Ghost Sixtyseven, you get an attractive, stable, and base system (that’s low on resources) which allows you to add only what you want or need. What goes on your system is up to you.

There are no major applications preinstalled; such as, Firefox, Chromium, LibreOffice, Abiword, VLC, etc. No major applications are forced on you. They can easily be installed with the Synaptic Package Manager or the terminal. Aside from including some preinstalled wireless firmware, all that you get are a few essential tools and a few applications that are required by LXDE or Xfce. Other than that, you’re free to install what you want on your system.

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Good Life Linux Openbox 20170414 i386 455MB.iso
md5sum: 985f78f42231fdc66f3d2421ed97e538
Good Life Linux Openbox 20170414 amd64 446MB.iso
md5sum: edf1128890e2f2dd344ced4556a241bc

Good Life Linux LXDE 20170324 i386 421MB.iso
md5sum: b5103fcfcf7bd2d3febf555c69dc9c29
Good Life Linux LXDE 20170324 amd64 413MB.iso
md5sum: 9b18a93cd20dd3a28f880eb6e79d0c8b

Good Life Linux Xfce 20170403 i386 443MB.iso
md5sum: 6e42278f462d1054b41cee7870895283
Good Life Linux Xfce 20170403 amd64 435MB.iso
md5sum: 18d4d43729443583e1e208c6ce0ec3d4

Vuu-do

Vuu-do

Web site: vuu-do.sourceforge.io
Origin: unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: Openbox
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Devuan
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 20180201 | February 2, 2018

Vuu-do (Veteran Unix User-do) – a small, lightweight Linux project based on Devuan, and featuring the Openbox window manager. There is a minimal setup to build on with the programs of your choice, or a maximal version with the most common programs already installed.

All images are hybrid-isos (live-CD/USB), so you can test prior to install.
Current images are non-uefi enabled, efi-versions to come later.

This project has been localized for English and UTF-8.
Vuu-do is powered by Devuan with a whole lotta fsmithred/Refracta magic and Miyolinux soul.

All Vuu-do images include (and are built with) Refracta-snapshot, Refracta-installer, and Refracta2usb, making it easy for anyone to “roll their own”. Users are actively encouraged to do so, Vuu-do is made with the same “Make It Your Own” philosophy adopted from Miyolinux which was the inspiration for Vuu-do Openbox.

live user name|password = vuudo
root password = root

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Vuu-do 20170809 Minimal i386 355MB.iso
md5sum: df0469cf0fafef09ed44cd9c76bdf991

Vuu-do 20180201 Minimal amd64 347MB.iso
md5sum: 6570a886be966e3b4e9a9d183480db4b

Vuu-do 20180201 Maximal amd64 570MB.iso
md5sum: c2d0754f2c81f133b2f512fff010f6eb

mini-mimo

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Web site: github.com/imstanz/mini-mimo/wiki
Origin: unknown
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Openbox
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Devuan
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 3.0-beta | unknown

mini-mimo (Minimal = Made-It-My-Own) – a Devuan based Linux distribution with security in mind. All mini-mimos are built with privacy and anonymity considered, by pre-installing applications that use encryption, the Tor network, or the i2p network, to securely and anonymously share files, video, voice, and more.

mini-mimo is a live usb/cd media (created with refractasnapshot), and is easy to boot into, and start programs to test it all out.
mini-mimo comes in 2 flavors:
– mini-i2p-mimo
– mini-p2p-mimo

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Media Lab Linux

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Web site: mlb.co.jp
Origin: Japan
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Red Hat
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 7 | September 5, 2003

Media Lab Linux – a Red Hat Linux distribution with support for Japanese users.

It offers customized many Linux systems for your application. The developer helped you develop your own Linux system, such as:
– File system protection, faster boot, and encryption.
– Customization for embedding
– Protect the file system from power outages and power outages due to erroneous operation
– Fast boot
– Encrypting file system
– Custom for scientific computing
– Cluster for parallel computing
– Duplex system for fault tolerant
– Driver porting
– Various customizations can be considered to build the optimum Linux system for the customer’s application.

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IGOS

IGOS

Web site: igos-nusantara.or.id
Origin: Indonesia
Category: Desktop, Server
Desktop environment: Budgie, GNOME
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Fedora
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 12.12 | December 12, 2016

IGOS Nusantara (short: IGN) – a Linux based operating system with legal software, reliable and without paying a license for users in Indonesia. IGOS Nusantara was developed by the Informatics Research Center of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences together with the community. IGOS Nusantara has been consistently developed since 2006.

IGN2009 during installation only installs applications for desktop/office needs. In order to function as a server, the user must add the application from the repository that is on the IGN2009 DVD or the repository that is on the server (Internet).

IGOS Nusantara provides minimal installation options. The minimal choice would be to install only a few packages or applications.

live system user/password: igos

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IGOS 12.12 MATE Mini i386 736MB.iso
md5sum: 917d149fc790a5a343b9e36de96e0762

VINO

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Web site: eecs.harvard.edu/~syrah/
Origin: USA
Category: workstation
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: unknown
Based on: NetBSD
Wikipedia: VINO
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 0.50 | December 1998

VINO – an extensible operating system. This means that application software, running with the privileges of an ordinary user, can provide extensions to operating system (specifically, operating system kernel) functionality. More importantly, this can be done both safely and reasonably securely, and also efficiently; efficiently enough to make it worthwhile.

VINO is also a Unix-like operating system. It includes an almost complete set of Unix user-mode tools and will compile and run much standard Unix software unmodified. It also offers some extended functionality beyond what is traditionally available under Unix.

VINO is largely derived from NetBSD. The core of the kernel and some of the highly kernel-dependent user tools are VINO code, written mostly from scratch. The “uninteresting” parts, from a researcher’s point of view, including most of the user-level tools and device drivers, were assimilated from NetBSD to avoid having to write them ourselves.

VINO does not support multiprocessor systems; however, for reasons connected to the extensibility research, it features a fully preemptible kernel with fine-grained locking. This requirement was the fundamental reason we wrote a whole operating system: at the time, none of the freely available operating systems offered fine-grained locking.

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