Debox GNU/Linux Live CD is a live hybrid distribution based on Debian and OpenBox. Can be used on computers supporting 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x86_64) instruction set architectures.
Debox was made with the middle and novice user in mind. Includes a wide range of software: word processor, media players, internet browser, email client, disk utilities, java and few games.
Also, a plenty of printers, scanners, bluethooth, web cams, digital tv, fax are supported by default.
Different from the majority of the distributions, the Debox desktop environment does not tightly integrate every component but use various programs and tweaks that give the final result.
Debox Live CD is full persistence capable so you can store your favorite data on hard disk/USB stick.
Debox Live CD can run in old computers that have more of 256MB of Ram whith a 700MHz CPU (but strongly advised 2GB of Ram and unleast 2Ghz CPU)
- Debian and Liquorix based hybrid live CD.
- Liquorix Kernel 4.1.5, Iceweasel, XFE file manager, OpenBox, Claws-mail, Compton Composite manager
- A plenty of scanner, printer, bluetooth and digital TV supported by default
- Disk tools such as BleachBit, Dkopp, Disk-Manager, Gparted, TestDisk, u3-tool.
- A lot of multimedia apps...
- The very easy to use Debox Control Center and Debox Information Center.
- Kali & Aptosid as extra packages sources options for more packages to install
- Capable to persistent data storage from Live CD.
- Multilanguage support: Arabic, Bulgarian, Dutch, German, Greek-Ελληνικά, Español, Français, Italiano, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian, Polish and... English.
- Capable to create your custom Live CD !!! (Please see the blog page https://sourceforge.net/p/deboxlive/blog/2014/09/create-your-custom-debox-live-cd-/ )
Very nicely done ! Can you make a version so it can be installed to a hard drive ? Thanks
A greek review and site is the h**p://linuxmint.gr/index.php/board,60.0.html. The greek users can review the Debox and make questions there. MFD2HDx