| What is wrong with current live systems?|
There are already several Debian-based live systems and they are doing a great job. But, from the Debian perspective, most of them have one or more of the following disadvantages:
* They are unofficial projects, developed outside of Debian.
* They mix different distributions, e.g. testing and unstable.
* They support i386 only.
* They change package's behavior and/or appearance by stripping them down to save space.
* They including unofficial packages.
* They ship custom kernels with additional patches not part of Debian.
* They are large and slow due to their sheer size and thus not suitable for rescue issues.
* They are not available in different flavours, e.g. CDs, DVDs, USB-stick and netboot images