That's what happened to me over the weekend - I downloaded the torrent file, fired up btdownloadcurses in a terminal, loop mounted the download and was a bit surprised to see that the .iso was a ubuntu.* something, but then with Opengeu being a derivate and with everything squashfs'd I couldn't really tell. So I burn the .iso to a DVD+RW, and boot to take a look at the live CD version, and sure enough I'm presented with a brownish gnome desktop that's unmistakingly ubuntu. Just in case, thinking perhaps I might have clicked the wrong buttons at some point or other, I repeated the experiment, downloading the same torrent file from the link on the intilinux web site -- the old file had been downloaded to /tmp and obviously it had been purged, so adios los forensicos -- and this time the downloaded iso was called opengeu.* something.
Anyway, I do not torrent all day, so maybe I did something silly, but I thought I might as well report the incident.
As to what I eventually downloaded, I must stay that this is a fantastic distro.
By the time I started playing with it, it was like 3 A.M. and yet I felt like calling all my buddies and asking them to come over and take a look right away..!
Normally, I'm an xterm + GNU/screen + mutt + ELinks + slrn + bash shell.. etc. kind of guy, but I've always had a soft spot for E!
And this is just an incredible implementation, even with the limitations of my ten year old 650MHz laptop with 386M of RAM and a mach64 chip with no DRI.
Sad fact the only interface that I've seen so far in the GNU/linux world that is not a shameless and clunky ripoff of the MacWindows models -- or the old *nix terminal stuff, in my case -- gets so little support and attention. I do wish I could do something about it
All my thanks to the dev team.
I'll keep both eyes open for the upcoming release.