Xfce runs on over 90 UNIX-like distributions. Below is a short list of the distributions that use Xfce as their primary, default Desktop Environment(DE) as well as their minimum system requirements for installation.
Xubuntu is a community‑developed, Ubuntu‑based Linux operating system. Its minimum requirements are:
Kwort is a slackware-based operating system featuring the Xfce4 desktop with Kwort's own Network Manager and kpkg package manager. Its minimum requirements are:
Luit Linux (which uses Xfce)
Luit Linux “is a small bootable live CD distribution based on KNOPPIX and DamnSmall Linux. Mission is to make a small compact live distribution with tools and applications for day to day needs, without compromising on its looks and feel and ease of use.” Its minimum requirements are:
Mythbuntu is “an official Ubuntu flavor focused upon setting up a standalone MythTV based PVR system.Mythbuntu uses the XFCE desktop. All unnecessary standard Ubuntu applications such as LibreOffice, Evolution, and a full Gnome desktop are not installed in a default Mythbuntu install” Its minimum requirements are:
The following memory footprint test was obtained on an OpenSuse 11.4 notebook and this script.