siduction Cinnamon is a free, open source and beautifully designed GNU/Linux operating system derived from the siduction Linux distribution, which in turn is derived from the award-winning Debian distro.

As its name suggests, the distribution uses the Cinnamon desktop environment for its graphical sessions, both 3D and 2D software rendering modes are available.

Forked from aptosid in late 2011, siduction offers three separate live media with KDE, LXDE and Xfce desktops.

siduction, as a Linux-LIVE-DVD/CD, is heavily compressed. For that reason, please be careful, if you burn a CD/DVD to install from or run live.

Among other apps, we can mention the Brasero CD/DVD burning software, Rhythmbox music player, Totem video player, Sound Juicer Audio-CD ripper, GParted partition editor, and Guake terminal emulator.

The project also promises regular releases, an open development model, and friendly relationship with its developer and user community.

Quick Specs

Developer

OS

Linux

Category

Licence

Freeware

Downloads

1.7K

Version

2018.1.0

Last Update

Size

1.70GB

Runs on

Linux
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