XenialDog (Ubuntu 16.04 ‘Xenial Xerus’ LTS 64-bit)
(Ubuntu minimal “live”)
ISO upgraded to version 2017-01-22, below information and download links updated
Very similar to DebianDog, but with the difference that it’s Ubuntu based
Full access to Ubuntu repositories by using apt-get (from terminal) or from Synaptic Package Manager (GUI)
Openbox is the main window-manager, the GUI setup is very much like DebianDog Jessie 64-bit
Differences compared to DebianDog:
- Different applications, some are not included and some others added.
- Choices of window-manager are: Openbox and Jwm , see for specifications below
root with password root
puppy with password puppy
Built from an absolute minimal Ubuntu full install (using mini.iso).
Choice of Boot Methods: porteus-boot and casper-boot , see options Here
Default WM - OpenBox (and option for Jwm, see below)
(with different choice of Desktop modes: tint2 icon-panel, cairo-dock or rox-pinboard icons, to choose, run ‘Desktop Manager’ from Menu)
Tint2 bottom panel or cairo-dock. (replaced wbar (from previous (32-bit) version) with a minimal cairo-dock
Default File Manager - pcmanfm with option to use rox.
Default Internet Browser - Firefox.
Menu provided by Obmenu-generator (perl script)
Added: Quick-Remaster and Upgrade-kernel tools
Option to switch to JWM (Menu > System > Start Jwm)
Full LZ4 squashfs support (compression and loading modules)
Systemd is enabled by default
The Iso size became quite big mainly because:
- Big size of Ubuntu kernel 4.4.0-59-generic (in /lib/modules)
- Package ‘linux-firmware’ installed (has most firmware)
- Python and Perl installed
Iso: XenialDog_64bit-openbox_jwm-2017-01-22-firmware-all.iso Size: 310MB
XenialDog64 custom package repository: Here
Thanks very much to everyone who has been involved with DebianDog or XenialDog, specially Toni (saintless), William (mcewanw), Terry (sunburnt), The Flying Cat and all who helped by giving feedback on the DebianDog threads.
OpenBox with cairo-dock