FuguIta is an OpenBSD-based Live System. Close to a normal OpenBSD installation FuguIta is designed to be as similar as possible to a normal OpenBSD installation, so you can log in and configure your system in the usual way, and most of the OpenBSD documentation is still available. You can also add software using OpenBSD's ports/packages system.
Support tools provided Easy setup utilities for desktop environments and network Remastering (and customizing) of LiveUSB and LiveDVD You can create an encrypted partition in a LiveUSB. The LiveUSB version has the following features.
Save files and restore them at subsequent boot (can be automated) Updater for easy and safe updating LiveUSB Flexible Operation Various boot modes according to HW specifications For example, it can complete booting with only 70MB of memory. (i386, mode 1, no X) Live system but non-interactive boot is possible Can support anomalous hardware configurations by attaching multiple FuguIta devices. Tracking errata In addition to the semi-annual releases, we also create and release support for OpenBSD errata (security fixes and feature enhancements) that occur in between.
FuguIta stands for "Blowfish Disk" in Japanese. Fugu means blowfish, and Ita means something flat such as a plate, a disk or a board etc... Some Japanese might associate those who cook when hearing Ita. For them, so FuguIta also means "Blowfish Cook" as double meaning.