Midge is a Linux OpenWrt-like mini-distribution for ADM5120 based routers, such as Edimax BR-6104K. It includes basic tools such as sh, dropbear_ssh, inetd, syslogd, telnet, netcat, tftp, wget, vi, and more. It uses the ipkg package system, which can be used for installing new software.
Taprobane is a convenient GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian. It can be installed to a hard drive or used as a live CD. The philosophy of Taprobane is to bring in convenience without insulting the intelligence of the user. Its key feature is Saegiri, the configurable build system used to automate the creation of the entire ISO.
Zenwalk Linux is a Linux distribution that focuses on Internet applications, multimedia, and coding tools. It's a complete system, meaning that, out of the box, you will be able to browse the Web, email, chat, listen to music, program in C, Perl, Python, Ruby, etc., watch videos in various formats, write documents, print, scan, burn CDs and DVDs, connect your camera, and edit your photographs, all without adding anything. It aims to be simple and fast, and to provide one application for one task.
GoblinX Mini Edition is a small version of the LiveCD for GoblinX and contains only XFCE and some GTK/GTK2 based applications. The edition is indicated for those users whose want to remaster the distribution and who have difficulty with downloading more than three hundred megabytes of data.
mkpkg is a small toolkit for automatically building Slackware or OpenLab packages. It should work on most packages that contain a makefile. It follows Slackware standards and is intended to build packages acceptable for linuxpackages.net. After you type the description, it generates a correctly formatted slack-desc file and logs configure options.
JayOS is a live CD Linux distribution intended for use as a more secure mobile environment. It uses GNU makefiles and Bash shell scripts to automate the building of a complete Linux distribution from source. The result is a turnkey solution for creating a compact, highly-customizable OS. JayOS includes many standard network security and filesystem tools, a full-blown development environment, and many programming tools and libraries including GCC, GDB, DDD, Perl, GTK+, Tcl/Tk, PHP, Ruby, Python, Qt, and Glade. It runs well on commodity hardware, and can be configured to run entirely from memory. In-RAM filesystem encryption with plausible deniability provides a more secure mobile workstation. It is based on Linux From Scratch.