Originally Posted by anticapitalista
Where is antiX?
Otherwise I'll vote for sidux.
Is there a Debian live?
I would give antiX the top vote as the overall Live CD that I find most useful.
1. It is small enough to load live within a few minutes even on my slower systems and I can load it into memory on most of them.
2. I can do most of the things with antiX that I do even on larger, full featured desktop systems.
3. AntiX comes with most of the applications that I use.
4. AntiX is fast.
5. AntiX is lean.
6. AntiX is flexible and easy to modify.
I really love sidux, too, and it is one of my three favorite desktop systems, but for a live CD, I find AntiX to be more to my liking.
On powerful laptop systems, I like SimplyMEPIS when I am on the move, but even then, I often opt for AntiX instead.
I do experiment with Puppy from time to time. It is smaller and faster than AntiX. On my old system, when I want to run from memory in live mode, I sometimes opt for Puppy, but mostly if I intend to be using only a Web browser, otherwise I go with AntiX.