Devuan v. 1 with the XFCE desktop environment in VirtualBox on Slackware –Current. Peeking out from behind Devuan is a virtual machine of Windows 7, on which QMMP is playing music from KCEA (KCEA doesn’t rock; it swings).
Devuan has reached a full release version, though the beta was a darned find piece of work. I upgraded from the beta using the commands
In case you don’t know (and there is a good chance you don’t unless you are in my Linux World), Devuan is a fork of Debian without SystemD. It still uses SystemV, because many folks have issues (mostly philosophical because SystemD, however annoying it can be, does indeed work) with SystemD.
Give it a try. It installs like butter.
H/T to SystemAU (NSFW–those Aussies swear bigly) for informing me that Devuan was out of beta.