A self-contained package which allows use of a diskless, low-memory Sun SPARCstation (4c or 4m architecture) as an Xterminal client. The server can be almost any other system which has tftpboot capability. This package is 100% Linux. There are no Sun binaries or libraries included or needed. If you have a system with no disk, or perhaps an IPC which suffers from the dreaded "slowdown" bug, this is the package for you.
SmoothWall Express is a network firewall, designed with home and small business users in mind. It is based upon a security-hardened subset of the GNU/Linux operating system and is completely free to use, download, and distribute. SmoothWall Express offers facilities and features normally only seen in expensive commercial offerings.
TA-Linux is a Linux distribution that targets power users. It features a small base installation that end users can expand to include any required software. It also attempts to support as many different architectures as possible - at this time x86 is fully supported, with Alpha, SPARC, PPC, and PA-RISC around the corner.
TINY is a small Linux distribution designed especially for reusing old computers. It has very low demands in terms of hardware capacity, and even a Linux beginner can install it easily. No CD driver is required for installation, even for standalone machines. TINY is GUI capable . As long as your machine can bear it, you can run all available Linux applications on it.
VectorLinux is a fast, bloat-free, Slackware-based Linux distribution. It includes an Xorg based GUI desktop, a full development environment, networking utilities, laptop support, and a full range of desktop and console applications. Although intended as a desktop system, it can be configured for console use. "Light" is suitable for Pentium-3 class computers. "Standard" remains fast while providing the full XFCE desktop environment. Also available is a LiveCD preview of the premium SOHO Edition.
The purpose of zdisk is to have a kernel of your choice and a rescue system on one floppy or cdrom disk. Zdisk copies a kernel of your choice to a floppy and puts a rescue system on the same floppy, creating a boot/rescue floppy. The kernel can't be more than 1070Kb in size. Ramf-117.exe at the same site has a similar rescue system, except it comes with a IDE kernel.
ZipSpeak is a talking mini-distribution of Linux for blind and visually impaired people, based on version 7.0 of the Slackware distribution and version 0.08 of the Speakup screen reader. Like ZipSlack, ZipSpeak is designed to be installed on an existing MS-DOS or Windows system, so that the user can try out a talking Linux system with a minimum of difficulty, and without assistance from someone who can see.