For the past few days, I've been working on an updated edition of my live CD that runs Debian Linux Sid. It was a very tedious task, but I was able to finish it with an ISO file that boots into a functional, fine-looking X11 Windows desktop. It's sort of minimalistic but can be used in many useful ways. Hope anyone find it useful. Try it from Google Drive.
Okay, I've got to tell you it's only i386 architecture, but should also work on 64-bit personal computers. Given more time, I'll follow up with an amd64 edition. Any suggestion is welcome.
To find the list of included packages, run:
grep '^Package: ' /var/lib/dpkg/status | cut -d ':' -f 2 | sort