Debian Live is an open source Live CD flavor of the well known Debian GNU/Linux operating system.

The Debian Live project is splitted into five different editions, each one containing a popular, open source desktop environment, such as KDE, GNOME, Xfce and LXDE.

There are two installers provided on the Live CDs, a text mode and a graphical one.

Besides some standard command-line utilities, this edition does not come with any other applications.

All in all, Debian Live Standard Edition is a very good starting point for creating your own Debian GNU/Linux operating system, just the way you like it!














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