I have spent some time developing a Squeeze live-cd with Trinity. Why? Because there is nothing out there in the mainstream that I like and I have seen no Squeeze/Trinity live-cd elsewhere yet. It is named Exe Linux as I live beside the Exe Estuary in Devon, England. It might be a good starting point or demonstration for anyone who is interested but is unsure of running Trinity on Squeeze. The result has (to the best of my knowledge) strictly GPL software. Some custom themes, configurations and scripts are included but are debianized, i.e. they can be removed/replaced by apt (for example extra live-config scripts to support Trinity autologin and locale/language) and should not conflict with Squeeze core system components The live cd has an optional integrated installer (hacked remastersys) for HD and a custom CLI script for USB persistent pendrive. It is built "from scratch" using custom scripts, debbootstrap and GNU tools (not live-helper nor remastersys) and is not a "remaster" of anything else. The build scripts are included in the live-cd but are experimental and, misused, could trash a running system. If you want to try a remaster better use remastersys (and please don't request support from remastersys forums because a hacked version is used). Three locales/languages are built-in (US, GB and ES) No more fit the CD without removing one. If there is any interest I would like to make this available to Trinity users, perhaps later in the "community downloads" section. In the meantime the current ISO (685MB) is available here (can paste this in a terminal): wget -c "http://exe-linux.fastfishwebsolutions.com/trinity/exelinux_squeeze_trinity_gpl_1.0.iso" md5sum: wget -c "http://exe-linux.fastfishwebsolutions.com/trinity/md5sum_exelinux_squeeze_trinity_gpl_1.0.txt" Disclaimer: This is *not* an official Trinity project. There are probably some bugs. There is some scrappy and probably out-of-date documentation. Use at your own risk.