Slackware-based GoblinX has two small versions, Micro (102mb) and Mini (158mb).
The GoblinX Mini Edition is the son of GoblinX and contains only XFCE as windows manager and GTK/GTK2 based applications. The Mini Edition contains some of the most often used and praised applications for Linux, even though it has less than one hundred and fifty megabytes of size. Some of these best Linux applications included are: Abiword, Firefox, Pidgin Gcalctool, Totem, Gimp, Gnumeric, Hardinfo, Audacious, GStreamer, Brasero, Sylpheed, Evince and more.
Main upgrades since release 2.5:
Upgraded Xorg and several other packages. Upgraded Xfce to the new 4.4.2 release. Upgraded several scripts and interfaces. Corrected some bugs. Compiz and Mesa are included in a separeted module. Removed Sylpheed and Beryl.
This is the first release candidate.http://www.goblinx.com.br/en/index_mini.htm
The GoblinX Micro Edition is the smallest version of our distribution and contains only Fluxbox as windows manager and GTK/GTK2 based applications. The edition is indicated for those users whose like to do fast tests, know more about Fluxbox and rebuild the livecd.
The Micro is created mostly to help us to develop better and small applications that can be used for all small windows managers such as Fluxbox, and also prepare the livecd without all less necessary files we can find. We also intend to use it to test Web2 and/or Ajax applications.
Main upgrades since release candidate rc01 edition:
Added Slax(Tomas) firewall. Added more options to Isolinux menu. Rebuilt Gtkdialog interfaces to not allow resize action. Corrected few errors and bugs. Corrected Kill button in media manager interfaces. Added Ghdcpd and Xrefresh. Upgraded some libraries and packages including Xorg-server. Changed z.Goblix for z.Micro, a different GoblinX module for Micro edition. Changed z.User for z.Muser, a different User settings module for Micro edition. Corrected some Sudo issues. Removed Xorg default resolution. Recompiled Fluxbox against Imlib2.