OpenEmbedded

"OpenEmbedded is a full-featured development environment allowing users to target a wide variety of devices. Supporting multiple build, release paths and configurations, OpenEmbedded extends the capabilities of your build and release engineers. OpenEmbedded uses compilation and configuration caching at most levels to increase developer productivity. [...]

OpenEmbedded is a tool which allows developers to create a fully usable Linux base for various embedded systems. It has been designed to be able to handle different hardware architectures, support multiple releases for those architectures, and utilize tools for speeding up the process of recreating the base after changes have been made. Currently it can run on any Linux distribution, and plans are in place to allow it to work under Windows.

OpenEmbedded is the successor of the great OpenZaurus project. Basically OpenEmbedded is a build system that can generate (cross-compile) Software packages for embedded targets. This may include Bootloader, Linux and Applications. It started as a dream and BrainStorming, on how this could be done, and it's already used in real life."

http://oe.linuxtogo.org/

http://oe.linuxtogo.org/project-overview

BioPuppy-1.0-beta

About BioPuppy ::

BioPuppy OS is an electronic workbench for bio-informatics and computational biology. It has been designed to meet the needs of beginners. BioPuppy is available as a live CD cum installation CD [and in USB Pen drive] and containing all the required software to boot the computer with ready to use bio-informatics tools. BioPuppy is based of the Puppy Linux. The another objective of this BioPuppy is small in size. Our estimated size of BioPuppy is ~150MB.
BioPuppy derived from Puppy-3.01-seamonkey Linux.

Features of BioPuppy ::

* More user friendly and easy to use for those new to Linux.
* Contains all the necessary Bioinformatics tools. Check the Biology tools already included in BioPuppy.
* BioPuppy will boot from a minimum PC/Laptop with 586Mhz CPU and 32Mb RAM
* Easy to install in Hard disk, USB Pen drive and Compact Flash (CF) cards. No fear on installation for those new to Linux.
* Very small in size (~180MB). But it has everything.
* BioPuppy can run your operating system, programs and store your data on the same CD-RW/Pen drive/Hard disk
* BioPuppy contains extensive help files for ALL its programs and Bioinformatcis tools with screen shot.
* Can easily update new version.
* Bring all your programs, tools, moves, songs with light weight BioPuppy Linux in a single USB Pen drive.
* Every thing is Free/Open Source under the GPL license. You are legally allowed to redistribute it.

Biology softwares included ::

* Sequence Analysis Tools : Sim-4, Tigr-Glimmer 2, Genewise, Muscle, Sigma,
HMMER, Clustal-W, mafft
* Structure Prediction Tools : mfold, gibbs
* Protein Structure Analysis Tools : Garlic, Rasmol
* Phylogenetic Analysis tools : Fast DNA, Phylip, Phylodraw
* Protein Modeling : Modeller,
* Docking : MGL Tools ( Autodock tools, Python Molecular Viewer (PMV), Vision)
* System Biology : Copasi
* On-line tools : BLAST, EMBOSS

Download ::

BioPuppy main page and download page is here:

http://nrcfosshelpline.in/code/wiki/BioPuppy

http://amachu.net/download/biopuppy/biopuppy-beta1.iso

MD5::349b2adff71d3e7df16520cb488110ad Size:187.2MB

Make Your Own Polippix

"Here we describe how you make a Polippix, update it, and change it, so that you can make a new version.

This guide assumes that you are running a Debian-based Linux distribution (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, Kubuntu). If you are running a non-Debian-based distribution (e.g. Red Hat, Mandriva, Gentoo, Slackware, Novell/Suse), especially the apt-get commands must be replaced by the equivalent commands in that distribution.

Our svn-repository is incremental. We don't have the entire polippix CD. We just have the files that are necessary to change a Kubuntu to a Polippix or update an older Polippix. Please notice, that you must have about 4 GB of free space."

http://polippix.org/index.php?wiki=MakeYourOwnPolippix

Polippix 2.0 Beta

"Polippix is political statement in a bootable CD. It presents several IT-political problematics like how to stay anonymous and avoid censorship on the internet. It also helps the user to break DRM'ed media, like copying a dvd.

The danish IT-Political Association started making Polippix as a protest against the recent antiterror laws being passed in Denmark and the way they impact innocent citizens. The CD has been immensely popular. After being sent out to 12.000 IT-professionals in a partnership with PROSA, it hit the national news and more than 25.000 danish people downloaded it from the internet.

Polippix was originally based on Knoppix. In the latest development snapshots it is based on Kubuntu 7.10"

http://polippix.org/

Polippix 2.0 Beta (Kubuntu 7.10):
International edition Beta: polippix_2.0_Beta.iso (652MB)

http://polippix.org/polippix_2.0_Beta.iso

How to make multiboot CD-ROM easily under Unix/Linux

"You'll need mkisofs and cdrecord from cdrtools package, hex editor (I use hexedit from FreeBSD ports collection) and maybe DOS utility makebt. I suggest you'll burn CD-RW disk for first time you make multiboot CD.

I wouldn't describe technical information about bootable ISO structure, I'll just tell you what you should do to make CD multibootable."

http://lich.phys.spbu.ru/kab00m/projects/cdboot.eng.html

ZoneMinder LiveCD v1.22.2.1

"ZoneMinder is an integrated set of applications which provide a complete surveillance solution allowing capture, analysis, recording and monitoring of any CCTV or security cameras attached to a Linux based machine. It is designed to run on distributions which support the Video For Linux (V4L) interface and has been tested with video cameras attached to BTTV cards, various USB cameras and IP network cameras. [...]

A fully updated version of Ross Melin's fine LiveCD distro release of ZoneMinder.
Warning, this is a large download of around 625Mb. Feel free download it if you intend to use or experiment with it by all means but please don't download it 'just in case' you _might_ want it in the future. Please try using the torrent version if possible, if not then please consider donating to help cover bandwidth charges. You can download the MD5 checksum for this file here."

http://www.zoneminder.com/

http://www.zoneminder.com/downloads.html

http://linuxtracker.org/download.php?id=6254f6c02c80b3bc886a...

6254f6c02c80b3bc886a8f6c34e7cd776a9f79f9

liveBLAG 70000 Sugarwater

"blag is an operating system. blag has a suite of graphics, internet, audio, video, office, and peer to peer file sharing applications. you can replace a windoz installation with blag. if you would like to install and run blag, download and burn it to cd. [...]

BLAG is a 100% Free Software distribution with all the tools you want from a desktop computer, plus more. It comes on a single CD, is easily installed, and user friendly. Power users have the resources of a repository that combines bits from Fedora, freshrpms, Dries, ATrpms, livna, Planet CCRMA, and our own special brews.

BLAG 70000 (sugarwater) is a new series with a new base (F7) and many new applications. It is released under the GNU GPL v3."

http://blagblagblag.org/

http://www.blagblagblag.org/70000/Changelog

http://www.blagblagblag.org/70000/RELEASE-NOTES-en_US.html

http://www.blagblagblag.org/torrents/liveBLAG-70000.iso.torrent

942931124eb29b0537f3c855f5ee47ba liveBLAG-70000.iso
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gNewSense LiveCD DeltaH 2.0

"A free as in freedom GNU/Linux distribution, that takes all the non-free blobs out of a rather popular distribution. [...]

DeltaH was our second major release, based on Ubuntu Hardy. 2.0 was released on May 1st 2008 - less than a week after Hardy's release.

Features Since DeltaD (1.1)

* Now based on Ubuntu Hardy
* New Artwork
* Switched from BurningDog(Firefox) to Epiphany
* Switched to Blag's deblob script for the kernel
* Non-free GLX removed from X/mesa
* Builder: Use a chroot for building
* Builder: Added support for debian src packages

Install image details

* Available for i386
* Available with GNOME
* Available in Live CD format

All bugs reported since the 1.9 beta have been addressed. Thank you to everyone who reported bugs, they were useful in making this release better."

http://www.gnewsense.org/

http://cdimage.gnewsense.org/gnewsense-livecd-deltah-2.0.iso...

http://cdimage.gnewsense.org/gnewsense-cdsource-deltah-2.0.tar

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Zenwalk 5.0 USB Pendrive Installation

"I am just going to walk you through from a blank usb pendrive installation just to help me keep track on this.

Here is what you need:

1. the ability to boot to a livedistro with grub in it, for example puppylinux, ubuntu, etc.

2. a usb pendrive that you want to make bootable

Steps:

1. First, after downloading zenwalk iso [...]"

http://support.zenwalk.org/viewtopic.php?p=83025#p83025

OzOS RC1.2 64bit

"OzOS RC1.2 64bits liveCD + Installer. An Enlightenment (e17 build from CVS) distro, Gutsy based, that aims to bring a stable and easy e17 build and maintained from CVS source."

http://cafelinux.org/forum/index.php/topic,1235.0.html

Download

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EmErgEs MultiISO LiveDVD

"MultiISO LiveDVD is an integrated Live DVD technology which combines some of the very popular Live CD ISOs already available on the internet. It can be used for security reconnaissance, vulnerability identification, penetration testing, system rescue, media center and multimedia, system reovery, etc. It's a all-in-one multipurpose LiveDVD put together. There's something in it for everyone. I hope you enjoy it.

It comes with these live distro's all in one dvd..

Backtrack 3
Damn Small Linux 4.2.5
GeeXBoX 1.1 (not geekbox tongue.gif )
Damn Vulnerable Linux (Strychnine) 1.4
Knoppix 5.1.1
MPentoo 2006.1
Ophcrack 1.2.2 (with 720 mb tables)
Puppy Linux 3.01
Byzantine OS i586-20040404"

Home Page

Download

Pupeee 20080211

Puppy Linux for the Asus EEE

http://puppylinux.ca/members/Pupeee/

http://puppylinux.ca/members/Pupeee/puppy-eee.iso

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Learn Free with Ubuntu 1.2

"“Learn free with Ubuntu” is Ubuntu based live DVD with free software, an extension of the original “Learn Free” Project.

The project has two goals:

1. To be useful for all teachers and students and one day to be used in the schools;

2. To be the starting point for everyone who would like to test Linux.

LFU Team:
Svetoslav Stefanov a.k.a. Svetli - main developer
Krasimir Stefanov a.k.a. Lokster - technical support, web-master, the brother of Svetli
Daniel Traichev - general support & advices (he is the creator of the "Learn Free" project - CD with free educational windows programs)

“Learn free with Ubuntu” highlights:

* Completely free operation system, based on popular Linux distribution Ubuntu;

* Free use, modification and sharing of the disk, given that it’s license remains free;

* Live disk with no need of installation to try;

* Possibility to install without losing you old operation system, applications, and files;

* Rich collection of most needed applications for everyday work;

* Preliminary configured working environment, suitable for unexperienced users;

* Over 45 ready to use educational applications from different knowledge fields (mathematics, chemistry, development, etc.)

* Working environment in Bulgarian language;

* Easy access to user manuals for Ubuntu and applications, suitable for beginners."

http://learnfree.eu/what-is-lfu/langswitch_lang/en

Learn Free with Ubuntu 1.2 Download

Mutliple Puppy Distros on 1 cdrom?

"The way i would do it is a bit... odd, it's based on what i know." [...]

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=16204

Several Different Distros in One CD Discussion

"It can be done. I use RIP linux as the host system because that has a grub patch which allows one to have a grub menu on the cdrom. To see how the entries in the grub menu should look for each distro, look in the file called isolinux.cfg .

I also have a bunch of extra tools in the images directory. Instead of putting every one of these in the menu, I can just edit the boot entry. It helps if you know how to edit the grub menu at boot up time."

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/seve...

Gujin

"Gujin is a PC boot loader which can analyze your partitions and filesystems.

It finds the Linux kernel images available, as well as other bootable partitions (for *BSD, MS-DOS, Windows, etc.), files (*.kgz) and bootable disk images (*.bdi), and displays a graphical menu for selecting which system to boot.

Gujin boots Linux kernel using the documented interface, like LILO and GRUB, so it doesn't need any other pre-installed bootloader. It can also directly load gzip'ed ELF32 or ELF64 files, with a simple interface to collect real-mode BIOS data. There is no need to execute anything after making a new kernel: just copy the kernel image file into the "/boot" directory, with a standard name.

Gujin is written almost entirely in C with GCC, and it fully executes in real mode to be as compatible as possible."

http://gujin.sourceforge.net/

Ape Base Compile System

"The Ape Base Compile System is a set of bash scripts to leverage both ESP EPM (http://www.epmhome.org/) and MREPO (http://dag.wieers.com/home-made/mrepo/) in maintaining Red Hat based systems that require custom and secluded binaries. If you need "Ape" to be an acronym, then go for "Application Packaging Environment" as christened by Mark Stokan. The original notion for the name was that this system was "aping" the performance of several tasks."

http://apebase.sourceforge.net/

Smart Package Manager

"The Smart Package Manager project has the ambitious objective of creating smart and portable algorithms for solving adequately the problem of managing software upgrading and installation. This tool works in all major distributions, and will bring notable advantages over native tools currently in use (APT, APT-RPM, YUM, URPMI, etc).

Notice that this project is not a magical bridge between every distribution in the planet. Instead, this is a software offering better package management for these distributions, even when working with their own packages. Using multiple package managers at the same time (like rpm and dpkg) is possible, even though not the software goal at this moment."

http://labix.org/smart

EPM ESP Package Manager

"EPM is an open source UNIX software and file packaging program that generates distribution archives from a list of files. EPM provides a complete, cross-platform software distribution solution for your applications.

ESP generates both native and "portable" script-based distribution packages complete with installation and removal scripts and standard install/uninstall GUIs. The installers can be customized with product logos, "readme" files, and click-wrap licenses as desired.

* Creates software packages that can be distributed on disc or over the Internet!

* Supports AIX, Debian GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, HP-UX, IRIX, Mac OS X, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Red Hat Linux, Slackware Linux, Solaris, and Tru64 UNIX.

* Provided as free software under the GNU General Public license."

http://www.epmhome.org/

Stagos FSE 1.3

Stagos FSE aims to be a computer forensic framework based on FLOSS operating system. Builds from Ubuntu, it has many feature to do forensics stuff. It supports read variant filesystem, include ntfs. It also support read some forensic imaging file from another forensic software such like ENCASE.

Stagos FSE 1.3 build with a bunch of computer forensic tools. Some of, listed on fluxbox menu style, for easy using. This guide, aims to make a new user easier to run Stagos FSE menu.

Main Stagos FSE menu

.xshells
under this menu, user can found 2 aterm emulator and 2 xterm emulator. Both have 2 user mode,user and root.

.internet
under this menu, user can found 4 different application, divide into 2 kind application, browser and IM.
.firefox (GUI)
.elinks , for console(shell)-based browser
.gaim (GUI)
.centerim , for console(shell)-based IM

.fmanager
File manager, this menu, using two kind of file manager, emelfm for X window based file manager, and mc for character mode file manager.

.forensics
on this menu, I devide it into 6 sub menu,
.autopsy
here, user could find some tools that usually used to do forensic stuff, such as autopsy, galetta, afflib, sleuthkit, foremost, tct, rifiuti, fstool, pasco, memdump and libewf.

.disk imaging
just like it name, on this sub menu , user could find a lot of tool that useful to do disk imaging, such as dd, dcfldd, air, ddrescue, rdd and partimage.

.carving
to do carving, user could use some tool on this sub menu, some of them are scalpel, spider, sguil, search monkey and glimpse.

.recovery
on this sub menu, user can found, tools that could be used for recovery things, like, fatback, ripper, dvdisaster, e2undel, magic rescue, vinetto, dares, photorec and ntfs tools.

.info gathering
from this sub menu, an investigator could used some tools that useful for info gathering, like testdisk, idetect, gpart and hdparm.

.cracker
useful for crack Windows based operating system login system. Some of the tool, chntpwd, fcrackzip and ophcrack.

.teditor
user can found some text editor application, such as mousepad, nano, vim and xpdf.

.xtra
on this menu, I add some useful application, that might be used for forensics stuff, such as biew, bsdiff, xfdiff, hfsutils (for MAC OS HFS filesystem), xsteg and outguess.

.sysscanner
this menu, list some application that usually used for scanning things, like clamav and avscan, used for virus scanner, then chrootkit and nmap, for system bugs/exploit scanner.

.burncd
on this menu, user can found cd burner application, divide into 2 kind of cd burner, X window based and console based. They are, xfburn, cdw and cdrecord.

.docs
the aims of this menu, to include some of forensic doc related.

.locksys
there are two application that included on this menu xlock and vlock, xlock used for lock the X system and vlock used for console based system. Protect your work, from another people around.

.installer
to install the Stagos FSE on your disk, NOT TESTED yet, careful with this stuff.

http://lab.akakom.org/~mada/stagos/

http://lab.akakom.org/~mada/stagos/stagosfse.iso

zdisk

"The purpose of 'zdisk' is to put a kernel of your choice and a rescue system on one 1.44mb"

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/system/recovery/zdisk-2.15....

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/system/recovery/zdisk-2.15....

CatRescue

"Generates a compact boot floppy with kernel, libraries an additional utilities you choose. A useful pre-generated floppy image with editor, filesystem utilites and so on is included. This is an ELF upgrade version. Users and ftp sites should keep CatRescue 1.00 for a.out systems.

Keywords: rescue, recovery, floppy, ELF"

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/system/recovery/CatRescue10...

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/system/recovery/CatRescue10...

NuFW.Live 1.1

"NuFW.Live is a live CD based on knoppix provided to you by INL. This is the simplest way to test the NuFW authenticating firewall and its associated tools.

NuFW.Live features:

* NuFW 2.2: It adds identity-based filtering rules to Netfilter
* Nulog 2: Powerfull firewall log analysis web interface
* Nuface 2: ACLs management interface
* pyctd: Netfilter connection tracking display and modification interface"

http://live.nufw.org/

http://live.nufw.org/img/nufwlive.png

http://live.nufw.org/dl/nufwlive-us-v1.1.iso.torrent

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SliTaz GNU/Linux 1.0

"SliTaz is a free micro GNU/Linux distro using BusyBox, a Linux kernel, and GNU free software. The goal of SliTaz is to have a GNU/Linux distro working in memory (RAM). Installable to a hard disk, with good support for French language oriented web, It offers high performance and PC recycling.

SliTaz boots with Syslinux and provides more than 200 Linux commands, the LightTPD web server, SQLite database, rescue tools, IRC client, SSH client/server powered by Dropbear, X window system, JWM (Joe's Window Manager), gFTP, Geany IDE, Mozilla Firefox, Alsaplayer, Gparted, a sound file éditor and much more.

SliTaz's ISO image will always fit on less than 30 Mb, to try and give you a reasonable selection of software. [...]

SliTaz stable version provides a mature operating system, widely tested by an active community. The core LiveCD offers you a large selection of multi-use packages carefully integrated into the distribution, thus resulting in a coherent and robust system. Current 1.0 stable version released on the 22 March 2008."

http://www.slitaz.org/en/

SliTaz GNU Linux 1.0 Torrent Download

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HackyRemaster

"HackyRemaster is a script for remastering Puppy. It is not automated like AlienX's script, and it is not like Puppy Unleashed.

What this does is sets up an entire filesystem that you can go into and edit to your heart's content. It puts that filesystem inside a partition image (like pup001) so it can be saved on the harddrive even if you don't have linux partitions.

The script automates setting it up and putting it back togeather. It includes HackyPupBeGone, which makes removing the built in stuff easier. It also has a built in burning script that is mostly like Barry's BurnISO2CD script, but it also supports blanking CDRWs."

http://puppylinux.org/wikka/HackyRemaster

T2 Project and Puppy from Scratch Howto

"The T2 project is a set of Bash scripts to compile a complete Linux distro from source packages.
Puppy Linux is the tiniest and cutest and easiest and the best little Linux distro there is.
Put the two together, and we have Puppy From Scratch!

If you want to create your own custom version of Puppy, you can do it in three different ways:

1. Puppy Remaster-CD script
2. Puppy Unleashed
3. Puppy-from-scratch"

http://www.puppylinux.com/pfs/

Wild Grubber Dog

"Adopt Wild Grubber Dog iso (125M) with mutliple personality grub boot loader with two custom puppies Grafpup and Mean Puppy download grubber"

http://www.puptrix.org/

http://www.puptrix.org/grub.iso

Puppy 3.02 Alpha2R Chihuahua Firefox

boot linux from windows ntfs partition (frugal install)

i did this to install linux on laptop without removeable media and the usb is not bootable.

http://it.dennyhalim.com/2008/03/install-linux-from-windows-...

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