Source Mage GNU/Linux is a source-based Linux distribution based on a magical metaphor of "casting" and "dispelling" programs, which are referred to as "spells". In multi-tasking style, it downloads the sources in the background while compiling in the foreground. Source Mage's "sorcery" offers advanced package management, but retains the choices, options, and control not offered by many other distributions.
LinVDR is a small, lightweight, ready-to-run and easy-to-install distribution of VDR which can turn almost any PC with a DVB-s (digital satellite) card into a digital hard disk recorder. It contains VDR Admin for Web administration and Samba shares to upload your MP3 files or download DVD images made from your TV recordings.
GoboLinux is an alternative Linux distribution that redefines the entire filesystem hierarchy. There is no package manager: instead, packages can be managed directly through the filesystem. In GoboLinux, each program resides in its own versioned directory, such as /Programs/Xorg/7.1/, keeping applications self-contained and improving system maintenance.
BLAG is a single-CD Linux distribution that has a suite of graphics, Internet, audio, video, office, and peer-to-peer file sharing applications. It is based on Fedora Core, Dag, Freshrpms, etc. It is up-to-date with all Fedora errata updates at the time of release, and uses apt/synaptic for easy upgrades and installation of new applications.
PLD Live CD is a bootable CD that contains a live Linux distribution based on the PLD Linux distribution. It uses squashfs transparent compression to fit huge amount of packages on a single CD, including OpenOffice, KDE, Gnome, WindowMaker, XFCE, and many more. It also includes a set of scripts for detecting hardware such SCSI, IDE, monitors, and sound, graphic, and network cards. It also supports 'profiles' that let you store your settings on a floppy.