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Here is a list of the Live CDs based on Fedora:


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The objective of the ADIOS project is to quickly and easily download a consistent operating system environment onto laboratory PCs. The ADIOS environment provides students with administrative privileges required to perform advanced exercises in Network and Systems Administration. It is installable to hard disk


This distribution was created because of the Red Hat's new policy of enforcing trademark protection. It was based on Red Hat Linux and now on Fedora Core. Aurox Linux comes with full support for various multimedia formats and improved hardware auto-detection and auto-configuration.

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Basilisk Live CD

This Livecd comes with KDE 3.3.1, Gnome 2.8, OpenOffice, Firefox and Thunderbird and a lot of other tools. It is currently based on Fedora Core 3.

It contains support for most european languages. For a particular language, log in as such: username: <language> password: livecd

Berry Linux

Berry Linux is a bootable linux distro that can be used as a Linux demo, educational CD, rescue system. It has full Japanese support. It is installable to hard disk if required. It is currently based on Fedora Core 4.

BLAG Linux

Blag is a distro on Fedora with a full a suite of graphics, internet, audio, video, office, and peer to peer file sharing applications. It is one CD supplemented by 200 add on packages. It is currently based on Fedora Core 3.

Plan B

This is a live CD that is intended to be used for as a Network Security Auditing and Forensics utility.

redWall Firewall

redWall Firewall is a bootable CD-ROM Firewall. It's goal is to provide a feature rich firewall solution, with the main goal, to provide a webinterface for all the logfiles generated!



Created by SERPRO ( Company of Technology - Brazilian Government )