GNOBSD was an OpenBSD-based live DVD which boots into a GNOME desktop and which includes a graphical system installer (written in Ruby) for transferring the system to a hard disk or a USB storage device. The system includes some popular desktop applications, such as Mozilla Firefox and MPlayer.
OBRevenge OS is an Arch Linux-based desktop distribution featuring a custom desktop environment based on the Openbox window manager and an easy-to-use system installer (Calamares). A new version 2017.05 was announced earlier today: "New release, OBRevenge OS 2017.05. Changelog: updated to newest Calamares; fixed bug with hotkeys when changing desktop settings; Bluetooth support; updated software install tool; added more support for multimedia keyboard keys; added GUI screenshot tool; added more touchscreen drivers; Linux kernel 4.10.13; updated compositing configuration for better hardware support; removed Compiz (still available in the repository)." Here is the brief release announcement as published on the distribution's news page. Download (MD5): obrevenge-2017.05-x86_64.iso (1,202MB, pkglist). Besides the "Openbox" variant, the project has recently diversified to also build two other editions featuring KDE Plasma 5 (KRevenge) and MATE (MATE Revenge) desktop environments. Both are available from their respective project pages at SourceForge (64-bit only): krevenge-2017.05-x86_64.iso (1,581MB), materevenge-2017.05-x86_64.iso (1,181MB).
Revenge OS (previously called OBRevenge OS) is a desktop operating system that is based on the Arch Linux distribution. Revenge OS features a live DVD and offers users the Openbox window manager and Xfce panel with the Whisker menu as the default login session. The distribution includes a welcome window and the Pamac graphical software manager to help users get set up with the software and drivers they need. The distribution can be installed using the Calamares system installer.