Generations Linux is a bootable ISO live GNU/Linux operating environment. The ISO9660 image file can be used to burn a CD-ROM or used with virtualization products such as VMware Player or VirtualBox. The minimal requirements is an Intel 80486 processor and 64MB of memory. The Generations Linux operating environment nickname is vortex. The ultra-light desktop environment uses fluxbox and a GTK+ based panel for a familiar start menu, docklets such as a clock, volume control, and battery monitor (when battery detected), and built-in management of desktop shortcut icons. The name of the ISO9660 image is in the form: generations–.iso where, version is currently at 3.0.2 and sizecut indicates which production ISO image is provided. The 122MB production ISO image is currently the smallest and uses Xvesa. Larger production images have both Xorg and Xvesa X Window servers as well as additional software such as Inkscape, Java, OpenOffice.org, Skype, and more.
“Generations,” ibiblio catalog, accessed August 15, 2020, https://www.ibiblio.org/catalog/items/show/4552.