OSGeo4W is a windows based stack of GeoFOSS which is based upon cygwin.
I know there is a package listing describing what is inside the OSGeo4W binary package and I could fetch and install every package on my own.
But it would be nice to install all packages at once: Is there anything similar for Linux available?
Update concerning the reasons:
Do you really need to install all the packages at once? Well: yes. I keep de- and re-installing packages because of certain options, dependencies, etc. I'm currently trying to get file.gdb [this and that] to work with qgis. But I need to de-install GDAL from package manager (which will break certainly a lot of dependencies) and re-compile it with fgdb support. I was looking for some way to install all-at-once. As stated in this question, it took me like one week to get QGIS running with full GRASS- and plugin-support.
Well we have to use OSGeo4W because Windows, unlike every other OS, doesn't have its package manager. Our lives would be a hell of lot easier if it did. Understood. But as I'm not using Ubuntu/Debian I only have some of the important packages in my official repositories, which is quite annoying. That's why I was looking for some meta-package like OSGeo4W.
The OSGeo-Live-distribution looks pretty good though.