Singularity Linux is a Linux distribution based on Linux Mint 9 Fluxbox the uses both the Fluxbox and Gnome environments. It's goal is to provide the best software available while not being redundant. To achieve this, Singularity Linux uses a mix of Qt and GTK software, although only a few Qt apps are installed by default. As this is a small project and because the creator (me) does not quite know how and does not have a webserver to host it from, there is no repository for Singularity Linux and the only way to update is by backing up your files, downloading the iso and installing it again.
I apologize for this inconvenience, however it does guarantee that packages will not break during the upgrade. Also, because this is an alpha, expect things to be broken. For instance, the icon theme is not set by default, but simply changing it in the gnome appearance settings should fix that. Running both Conky and Skippy from a run diolauge or a terminal is necessary to get them to work. Pressing F12 will then activate Skippy. More features should be added in later updates.
Click here to go to their official website.
All donations go towards the expansion project of Linux Freedom