Linux Distributions

Emmabuntüs – Debian-based Linux distribution

Emmabuntüs is a Linux distribution derived from Debian.

Emmabuntüs was designed to facilitate the reconditioning of computers donated to humanitarian associations, in particular to the Emmaüs communities (hence its name) and to promote the discovery of Linux by beginners, but also to extend the lifespan of the hardware to limit waste caused by over-consumption of raw materials thanks to its 32-bit version.


Working state:Active
Desktop:LXQt, Xfce
Init Software:systemd
Package Management:APT
Release Model:Fixed
Platforms:i686, x86_64
Developer:Emmabuntüs collective
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