This is the home of Star 64bit live distro built on Debian and Devuan stable linux.
Star-Genesis based on Debian Wheezy
Star-Livinia based on Debian Jessie
Star-Morbius based on Devuan Jessie
Four desktops to choose from: Xfce, Fluxbox, Openbox, Jwm, i3. NEW Jwm 32bit!
There is a small selection of applications, including: web browser, text editor, image viewer, pdf viewer, file manager, terminal, media player, smxi.
If you like to customize your desktop, then this is the distro you you!
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
- Built on Debian & Devuan stable (Jessie) 64bit LTS 5 year support
- Xfce 4.10, Fluxbox, Openbox, Jwm, i3 desktops
- Small selection of applications
- Lightweight, small
- Backports enabled by default
- Graphical installer
- improved video support
- improved wifi support
- Dark theme
a devuan with "light" desktop (mostly windown managers not more), bt 32bit does work slower in asus eepc and hp P4 based cpu... nice work, but nothig new featured, nothing more than preinstalled desktops that in normal install takes only 30 minutes.. the theme are so dark does not proper to large hours working due the very high contras
It's a nice system for doing things on your own. One thing that bugged me was the naming. I thought "star-morbius-1.0-fb-64-2017APR15.iso" meant Framebuffer instead of fluxbox, which is the most downloaded variation at the time of writing. Please consider changing that naming scheme.
DIY its really good live-build development environment but i want to kwow how build a iso whit mate desktop and add other apps.its posible?
vb.net pdf viewer for winforms is what you are trying to do is impossible, what you could try to do is show vb.net pdf reader for micromax online was that what you were trying?, if so, try something like this page:rasteredge
Great project! Kudos to the team.....I've been using Debian since "potato" and left with the onset of the GNOME 3 business; now I'm coming back. I'm using JWM and will slowly and thoughtfully add sources and apps to the build. This is a great thing I've done similarly where you delete the wm and de, get a basic "empty" shell, and rebuild, but it's sometimes difficult because of deps and whatnot; you've made this simple. Not necessarily for the beginner, but they'll eventually find their way - we all do. Thanks again - any chance we'll be seeing any docs soon? Cheers!