Voltalinux was a GNU/Linux distribution based on Slackware Linux and the pkgsrc package system from NetBSD. The project offers a pre-built distribution where the user can enjoy the clean design of Slackware Linux with the availability of over 5,000 NetBSD ports ready to be installed.
"After the quarter ended September 30, 2001, the Company plans to continue to develop the software of 'Bluepoint Linux' and Embedded system and also provide technical support to its customers. The Company will significantly increase its efforts in the development and marketing of embedded Linux operating system and embedded applications. Besides its Linux operating system and Linux solution business, the Company is making significant progress in its embedded Linux business." The above is from the company's quarterly report. BluePoint's last release however dates back to July 2000, a very long time in terms of Linux software. It seems that embedded systems are the main focus at present while the distribution has been given low priority.
3CX Phone System is a specialist, Debian-based Linux distribution designed to run a complete unified communications platform. The 3CX client, included in the distribution, can also be installed separately on most hardware as well as the cloud. It provides a complete open standards-based IP PBX and phone system that works with popular SIP trunks and IP phones. It will automatically configure all supported peripherals and it also comes with clients for Windows, OS X, iOS and Android. The ISO image includes a free license for the 3CX PBX edition. The ISO image contains the standard Debian installer which installs a minimal system with the nginx web server, PostgreSQL database, iptables firewall and Secure Shell. Options not relevant to 3CX have been removed from the distribution. Download the installation ISO image from here: debian-amd64-netinst-3cx.iso (372MB).