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Zephix – live Linux operating system based on Debian stable

Zephix is a live Linux operating system based on Debian stable. It runs totally from removable media without touching any files stored on the user’s system disk. The aim of Zephix is to provide a free modular operating system that users can carry with them and use wherever there is laptop or a desktop system available.

Zephix can also boot in a persistent mode. This means that all your changes will automatically be saved on the device running Zephix without the need to create a module to keep customisations across reboots.

The minimum system requirements to run Zephix are a 1GHz Pentium processor and 512MB of RAM, although better specifications are recommended for a faster and smoother live system experience.

Zephix in action

Working state:Active
Desktop:Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE Plasma, LXDE, LXQt, MATE, Xfce
Init Software:systemd
Package Management:APT
Release Model:Fixed
This article is part of our Big List of Active Linux Distros which is currently under development.

What's a Linux distribution ("distro")?

A distro provides the user with a desktop environment, preloaded applications, and ways to update and maintain the system.

Each distro makes different choices, deciding which open source projects to install and provides custom written programs. They can have different philosophies.

Some distros are intended for desktop computers, some for servers without a graphical interface, and others for special uses. Because Linux is an open source operating system, combinations of software vary between Linux distros.
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