It works as an installable live CD, offering out-of-the box support for proprietary graphics drivers and wireless network cards, a variety of media codecs and 3D desktop with KDE.
The distribution, which has roots in the discontinued QiLinux project, uses APT for RPM and Synaptic as its package management tools.
Update (via Distrowatch):
Silvan Calarco has announced that the third pre-release build of openmamba GNU/Linux 2.0, a general-purpose distribution for notebooks, desktop and servers, is ready for testing: "The third pre-release of openmamba milestone 2 is out with over 1,000 software updates. The system is based on Linux kernel 126.96.36.199 and provides a modern desktop environment that includes, among others, KDE 4.5.3, OpenOffice.org 3.2, Firefox 3.6.12, Amarok 2.3.2. The openmamba distribution is available for PC (x86 compatible) in English, Italian and Spanish languages and it is distributed as ISO images in live CD, live DVD and live games flavours. The ISO image can be burned on a CD/DVD media or installed on a USB pen drive and used to boot a live system and install it. Users of the previous 2.0 pre-releases will receive a consistent upgrade from network to get aligned with the new release."
Here is the full release announcement.
Quick link to download (MD5) the English live DVD image: openmamba-livedvd-en-milestone2-2.0pre3.i586.iso (2,151MB, torrent).
• 2010-11-26: Development Release: openmamba GNU/Linux 2.0 Pre 3
• 2010-06-09: Development Release: openmamba GNU/Linux 2.0 Pre 2
• 2010-03-02: Development Release: openmamba GNU/Linux 2.0 Pre 1
• 2009-08-04: Distribution Release: openmamba GNU/Linux 1.1