I'm preparing the ALPHA2 release. Will upload soon, meanwhile, here's the spoiler and procedure.
What it does:
It's a SL4P, acting as a PXE server, so you can boot x86 computers with it.
You have a bunch of integrated tools to repair, clone, test.
But the main goal is to have a portable workstation. You work on the Pandora everywhere, and when you have access to a x86, you boot it with your Pandora and continue to work on a big screen, accessing all data on your OP account/shared folder.
Also, you can boot a whole network with the OP.
It's part of the setup i created at work, which booted 300 student's PC.
A 16G card or more is needed.
Follow the standard SL4P installation procedure.
A usb-ethernet adapter is needed + a crossover cable. A normal may work, depending of your setup.
You have to edit /etc/dhcpd.conf, and replace the 00:00:00:00:00:00 MAC with your PC' one.
Connect all, set up your PC to boot over ethernet.
Boot SL4P, create user, then boot the PC.
Actually, these are the current choices, and state:
-slackware: 32bit bootable, persistent filesystem. works.
-slackware 32bit and 64bit, installers. boot works, but no install media for now
-dynebolic: based on debian, music-centric distro. Needs 2G ram (not tested yet, should work).
-system rescue cd: gentoo-based. tools for repairs. works. filesystem download seems erratic, but it's ok.
-gparted: debian-based. tool to format/resize partitions. works
-ghost for linux: tool to backup hard drives, partitions and files. works. needs a ftp server not enabled yet.
-diagnostic tools, different versions of memtest, and a hardware viewer.
-local boot: boot the local hard drive.
-readme: anger vs the bad guys.
-power off: should work on apm enabled machines.
The image is less than 4G.
My build system is versatile, SOLEIL can be built from a PC (fast) or the Pandora (very slow), and i plan to integrate it into standard SL4P releases, at least as a package.