PlumpOS is a bootable openMosix node on a CD. Pop the CD into a 486+ computer and you have an instant openMosix node. It supports loading 3rd-party packages and adding custom kernels. It takes up very few resources. It was originally a clone of clump/os, but has evolved into something that doesn't resemble it much anymore.
|Tags||Clustering/Distributed Networks Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Fixes and new features over PlumpOS 7.0-pre2, package support, and new packages to use SSH and X11.
Release Notes: This release features new kernels, SMP support, the return of the auto-eject feature, bugfixes, updates, and a nice boot logo.
Release Notes: This release updates the openMosix userspace tools to 0.3.5, BusyBox, ISOLinux, and the openMosix 2.4.22 kernel, with the unnecessary options trimmed off. The boot procedure and init scripts were completely redesigned. The tmpfs root filesystem now adapts in size according to use.
No changes have been submitted for this release.