Updated 2020-09-07 64-bit version is now with UEFI support
BusterDog, based on the Debian ‘Buster’ branch but without systemd.
It’s using special method (taken from AntiX) to avoid systemd by replacing systemd with ‘elogind’.
(and more, e.g. libsystemd replaced by libelogind)
See Here for a Busterdog build system.
32 and 64 bit ISO’s, download: Here
(see specifications below)
DEVX and Firmware squashfs modules: Here
Built from scratch by using debootstrap and remastered afterwards.
root with password root
puppy with password puppy
Kernel: 4.19.0-9 (the kernel is separate module) for 64-bit-UEFI, kernel 4.19.0-10
Choice of Boot Methods: porteus-boot and live-boot v3 (see for options Here)
(EDIT: See post Here for how to boot with older kernel 3.16 if possibly your hardware is too old for booting v4.19)
Default WM - OpenBox, with Desktop choices (run ‘Desktop Manager’ to choose):
- Tint2 panels
- PcmanFM providing the Desktop and lxpanel
- Tint2 bottom panel and rox-pinboard providing the Desktop
Option to switch to JWM window-manager
Default File Manager - PcmanFM with option to use rox.
Default Internet Browser - Palemoon.
Openbox with tint2 panels:
Openbox with PcmanFM and lxpanel: