OS & Updates

OS & Updates
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Clonezilla LiveCD, popularly known as Clonezilla, is an open source (free) Linux distribution based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system. Clonezilla, based on DRBL, Partclone and udpcast, allows you to do bare metal backup and recovery. Two types of Clonezilla are available, Clonezilla live and Clonezilla SE (server edition). Clonezilla live is suitable for single

2.5.2-31
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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

2018.1.0
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Linux Minx 18.3 “Sylvia” is based on the Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system and uses the Linux 4.10 kernel series by default. While the Cinnamon edition ships with the latest and greatest Cinnamon 3.6 desktop environment, the MATE edition is using the MATE 1.18 desktop. The Software Manager is now also much lighter

"Sylvia"
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Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” has been released at Sunday 02 July 2017. This including Cinnamon, MATE, XFCE, and KDE editions. The new release brings updates to several of the desktop environments. Cinnamon has been upgraded to version 3.4, MATE has been bumped to version 1.18, and Xfce has been upgraded to version 1.7.2. Meanwhile, the

"Sonia"
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Linux Mint 18 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2021. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use. The best way to describe the Linux Mint operating system is to image a virtual container where we can

"Serena"
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Linux Mint is an open source project that provides users with a completely free and easy to use operating system based on one of the most popular free distributions of Linux, Ubuntu. The Mint project has released 32-bit and 64-bit versions for both MATE and Cinnamon editions of the Linux Mint 18 Beta. The default

"Sarah"
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Skolelinux (also known as Debian Edu) is an open source, free (libre) operating system based on the award winning Debian GNU/Linux distribution and specifically designed to be used on various educational institutions around the world. Skolelinux is the Debian-edu project’s Custom Debian Distribution (CDD) in development. It is aiming to provide an out-of-the-box localised environment

8.0
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Zenwalk Linux (formerly Minislack) is a Slackware-based GNU/Linux operating system with a goal of being slim and fast by using only one application per task and with focus on graphical desktop and multimedia usage. Zenwalk is based on Slackware, but from the first moment, it is clearly very different from the mother distribution. It includes

8.0
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Run Android on your personal computer

8.1-r3
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Qimo 4 Kids is an open source and freely distributed operating system based on the world’s most popular free Linux distribution, Ubuntu, and designed from the ground up to be used by children aged 3 or over. Qimo for Kids is a kid-friendly desktop environment built entirely with free software. Qimo comes pre-installed with educational

2.0
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Tiny Core Linux is a 12 MB graphical Linux desktop. It is based on a recent Linux kernel, BusyBox, Tiny X, Fltk, and Flwm. The project comprises of three main editions, Core, Tiny Core, and Tiny Core Plus. While the first one is the most tiny of them all and has no graphical interface, the

7.0
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Ubuntu GNOME is an open source Linux distribution that combines the solid base of Ubuntu Linux with the usability and accessibility of the GNOME desktop environment. As expected, the distribution uses GNOME as its default and only graphical desktop environment. Its main goal is to provide Ubuntu fans who love the GNOME desktop with a

(64-bit)
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Welcome to the Xenial Xerus edition of the Ubuntu Linux operating system, an open-source and free GNU/Linux distribution derived from the award-winning Debian GNU/Linux project. The Ubuntu OS is currently still powered by the Unity 7 user interface, which provides users with a decent and modern graphical desktop environment. By default, Unity Launcher continues to

(64-bit) Xenial Xerus
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Mythbuntu is an official Ubuntu flavor focused upon setting up a standalone MythTV based Digital Video Recorder (DVR) system. Mythbuntu uses Xfce as its default desktop and provides a graphical Control Centre to configure the system. Default applications include the Thunar file manager, Bulk Rename file renaming utility, Chromium web browser, VLC Media Player, HDHomeRun

16.04 LTS (32-bit)
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Budgie-Remix is an open-source and freely distributed GNU/Linux operating system based on the well-known Ubuntu OS. Budgie Remix 16.04 is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and it includes the latest Budgie Desktop 10.2.5. Budgie Desktop integrates tightly with the GNOME stack and it features a libmutter-based window manager and a customizable panel which includes an applet,

16.04
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ChaletOS is an open source and completely free computer operating system that provides users with a unique style similar with the one of the Microsoft Windows 7 or Vista. It is derived from the popular Xubuntu distribution, anofficial Ubuntu flavor that uses the Xfce desktop environment. It provides a simple and intuitive desktop interface, modest

16.04
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Super OS is a remastered version of Ubuntu, with codecs and extra software, with focus on offline usability. Unity is the default graphical desktop environment of Super OS, so no surprises here. On the other hand, the distro includes a plethora of open-source applications that are not included by default in the upstream Ubuntu release.

11.10 (32-bit)
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ubuntuBSD is an open source project, a derivative of the popular Ubuntu Linux operating system that replaces the regular Linux kernel with a BSD one from the well-known FreeBSD UNIX OS. The ease and familiarity of Ubuntu with the rock-solid stability and performance of the FreeBSD kernel. ubuntuBSD provides users a text-based installer, the powerful ZFS file system, and all

15.10 Beta2
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Mageia is an open source GNU/Linux operating system based on the deprecated Mandriva Linux distribution and built around the KDE and GNOME desktop environments. It can be installed in several ways, with the Live or Classical ISOs being the most popular methods. Mageia 5 includes several desktop managers including KDE, Gnome, XFCE, Mate, and Cinnamon.

5
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NixOS is a GNU/Linux distribution that aims to improve the state of the art in system configuration management. It is called NixOS because it’s based on Nix, a purely functional package management system. In NixOS, the entire operating system — the kernel, applications, system packages, configuration files, and so on — is built by the

16.03 (32-bit) Minimal
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GNUGuitarINUX is a LiveCD that allows you to enjoy this Linux distribution aimed at guitar players. With GNUGuitarINUX you have all you need for your music. A Help entry is available if you want to view detailed information about the boot options. It’s a Linux distribution aimed at the creation of music, specially designed for guitar

1.1_2
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Debian Live is an open source Live CD flavor of the well known Debian GNU/Linux operating system. The Debian Live project is splitted into five different editions, each one containing a popular, open source desktop environment, such as KDE, GNOME, Xfce and LXDE. There are two installers provided on the Live CDs, a text mode

8.3.0

Unity Dark or Unity Dark 2 is a freely distributed, open-source distribution of Linux derived from the world’s most popular free operating system, Ubuntu, and built around the modern and intuitive Unity graphical desktop environment. Among the pre-installed applications, we can mentioned the Skype VoIP client, GIMP image editor, Google Chrome and Opera web browser,

12.04.3
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The Play edition of the Linux Webstartup operating system

1.1
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An official edition of the Calculate Linux distribution

20
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Tails is a Linux distribution to browse the Internet without compromising or jeopardizing the user’s privacy. Tails connects to the Internet through TOR. Tails is a live-only Linux operating system that provides users with a perfect computing environment for surfing the Internet anonymously. Tails comes in Live-DVD format that can be launched from the DVD

2.0.1
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ROSA Desktop Fresh GNOME is a distribution of Linux, a special edition of the ROSA Desktop Fresh operating system that uses the modern GNOME desktop environment and a collection of free and open source applications. ROSA is a Russian company developing a variety of Linux-based solutions. Its flagship product, ROSA Desktop, is a Linux distribution

2014.1 R7
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Descent OS is a Linux distribution designed around usability and resources. Descent OS utilizes the MATE Desktop Environment for functionality, and is prettied up and utilized for everyone’s needs. Default applications include the Guake Terminal terminal emulator, F-Spot image viewer and organizer, GIMP image editor, Simple Scan image scanner, Gwibber social networking client, Icedove email

5.0 Alpha
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Ubuntu Core is the minimal Ubuntu installation ideally for small environments. It contains just the basic OS layer that supports any other software to run over it. This is Trusty Tahr edition of the Ubuntu Core project that provides Linux OS developers with a minimal root file system. It is basically a 200MB Linux rootfs that contains

14.04.4 LTS
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Remix OS is a Linux distribution based on Android-x86

2.0.102 beta
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Welcome to the Vivid Vervet edition of the Ubuntu Cloud Server, a completely free and open source server-oriented operating system based on the latest Linux kernel technologies and built on top of the Ubuntu Linux operating system. Ubuntu Cloud Server is an open source Linux operating system designed to be used as a personal cloud

15.10 (64-bit)
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Ubuntu Server is an open source distribution of Linux that provides users with a sophisticated server operating system based on the world’s most popular free OS, Ubuntu Linux. Ubuntu Server 15.10 is changing the server market for businesses by delivering the best of free software on a stable, fully supported and secure platform. The system

15.10 (32-bit)
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A Linux operating system with the ultimate goal of being simple

8.5.7

Elive Linux is an open source Linux distribution built around the Enlightenment desktop environment and based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system. Elive provides a dynamic and clean interface without saturating the look. Nothing in the desktop is static. Simplicity and intuitive is one of its best points. It includes a wide range of open source application

2.0 Stable
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OpenWrt is an open source Linux-based operating system designed from the ground up as a drop-in replacement for the single, static firmware provided on almost all routers. OpenWrt defines itself as an operating system based on the Linux kernel developed to be used on embedded devices that have to route network traffic. The project is

15.05
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Vinux is an Ubuntu-derived distribution optimised for the needs of blind and partially sighted users. Being based on Ubuntu, both the Live CD and Live DVD versions come with the same boot screen the one used on the main Ubuntu OS, designed to allow the user to choose a language from the get-go. Vinux comes

5.0
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Sabayon Linux GNOME is an open source Linux distribution based on the Gentoo Linux operating system and built around the powerful GNOME desktop environment. The Sabayon project also provides separate editions with the KDE, Xfce and Openbox desktop environments. Sabayon offers the user an easy-to-use workspace with a captivating look, good hardware detection and a

16.02
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An Android OS for Intel and x86-based PCs

3.6.1
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Universal system rescue CD for Linux and Microsoft Windows OSes

0.30.2
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CoreOS is an open source software project that provides system administrators and experienced users with a  modern and minimal operating system designed for massive server deployments. Furthermore, it is supported by various cloud providers, including Amazon EC2, GCE, Brightbox and Rackspace, or deployable as a virtual machine on the QEMU, VMware, OpenStack, Eucalyptus and Vagrant

835.10.0
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Kwort Linux is an free operating system. Based on slackware, it provides a solid, simple and stable base system. Kwort’s desktop and applications are completely based on the gtk2 toolkit. It uses the Xfce desktop as default with some modifications. At the moment Kwort provides its own tools for retrieving packages from our mirrors called

4.3.1
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Kali Linux is an open source operating system designed from the ground up as a drop-in replacement for the well known BackTrack penetration testing Linux distribution. It features timely security updates, support for the ARM architecture, a choice of four popular desktop environments, and seamless upgrades to newer versions. It was developed by Mati Aharoni

2016.1