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Uploads / [New Torrent] PeppermintOS Devuan 32bit 02.08.2022 ISO
« Last post by TheLinuxMan on August 07, 2022, 11:42:09 am »
Say hello to our latest lightweight, stable, and super fast operating system.

The concept of team Peppermint was to create a web-centric operating system that was easy and intuitive to use, with the XFCE GUI (graphical user interface) proving popular with users, with its lightweight footprint, not consuming unnecessary resources to increase your workflow.

The LXDE environment served us well until 2016, as it evolved into a hybrid environment that continued to impress time and time again, being user friendly, easy on the eyes, plus fast. Further enhancements introduced was the File Manager, Nemo.

We are delighted that on the 3rd February 2022 a community inspired effort occurred with a Distribution Release of Peppermint to carry on a proud tradition of producing a minimal desktop based environment. After the untimely passing of PCNetSpec, in January 2020.

We have continued with Peppermint’s signature customisations, and truly believe we have produced a work of art that functions flawlessly, upon this new venture. Enjoy.

Our philosophy

The biggest breath of fresh air in the past decade was the likes of Ubuntu and Linux Mint with their commitment to the wider Linux community, offering a welcome place to all users wanting to explore, the Linux-verse. Manjaro and MXLinux are the latest torch bearers to embrace this philosophy to promote Linux to a wider audience and new blood.

The Peppermint team are as committed as the original team were in 2010, as we strive to maintain this tradition of welcoming new users to Linux, with our trademark minimalistic desktop offering them a fully functional product that is fast, easy to understand, and enjoy the Linux experience, with avenues to enhance their comprehension further.

Empowering the planet with Linux is our goal. Join us in this journey.

Visit the PeppermintOS Project website here:

https://peppermintos.com/

Visit the PeppermintOS Shop or Donate here:

https://peppermintos.com/store/
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Uploads / [New Torrent] PeppermintOS Devuan amd64 02.08.2022 ISO
« Last post by TheLinuxMan on August 07, 2022, 11:40:57 am »
Say hello to our latest lightweight, stable, and super fast operating system.

The concept of team Peppermint was to create a web-centric operating system that was easy and intuitive to use, with the XFCE GUI (graphical user interface) proving popular with users, with its lightweight footprint, not consuming unnecessary resources to increase your workflow.

The LXDE environment served us well until 2016, as it evolved into a hybrid environment that continued to impress time and time again, being user friendly, easy on the eyes, plus fast. Further enhancements introduced was the File Manager, Nemo.

We are delighted that on the 3rd February 2022 a community inspired effort occurred with a Distribution Release of Peppermint to carry on a proud tradition of producing a minimal desktop based environment. After the untimely passing of PCNetSpec, in January 2020.

We have continued with Peppermint’s signature customisations, and truly believe we have produced a work of art that functions flawlessly, upon this new venture. Enjoy.

Our philosophy

The biggest breath of fresh air in the past decade was the likes of Ubuntu and Linux Mint with their commitment to the wider Linux community, offering a welcome place to all users wanting to explore, the Linux-verse. Manjaro and MXLinux are the latest torch bearers to embrace this philosophy to promote Linux to a wider audience and new blood.

The Peppermint team are as committed as the original team were in 2010, as we strive to maintain this tradition of welcoming new users to Linux, with our trademark minimalistic desktop offering them a fully functional product that is fast, easy to understand, and enjoy the Linux experience, with avenues to enhance their comprehension further.

Empowering the planet with Linux is our goal. Join us in this journey.

Visit the PeppermintOS Project website here:

https://peppermintos.com/

Visit the PeppermintOS Shop or Donate here:

https://peppermintos.com/store/
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Uploads / [New Torrent] PeppermintOS amd64 02.08.2022 ISO
« Last post by TheLinuxMan on August 07, 2022, 11:32:20 am »
Say hello to our latest lightweight, stable, and super fast operating system.

The concept of team Peppermint was to create a web-centric operating system that was easy and intuitive to use, with the LXDE GUI (graphical user interface) proving popular with users, with its lightweight footprint, not consuming unnecessary resources to increase your workflow.

The LXDE environment served us well until 2016, as it evolved into a hybrid environment that continued to impress time and time again, being user friendly, easy on the eyes, plus fast. Further enhancements introduced was the File Manager, Nemo.

We are delighted that on the 3rd February 2022 a community inspired effort occurred with a Distribution Release of Peppermint to carry on a proud tradition of producing a minimal desktop based environment. After the untimely passing of PCNetSpec, in January 2020.

In this release there have been some major changes with us migrating from Ubuntu to Debian, the Xfce desktop as the LXDE desktop had fallen into disuse and became dormant, and the Calamares installer.

The latest version of the Xfce desktop has evolved and matured gracefully since its launch in 1996. Suiting our goal of the minimal apprroach with some essential tools, allowing the user to choose what they want, and how they want to configure their computer.

We have continued with Peppermint’s signature customisations, and truly believe we have produced a work of art that functions flawlessly, upon this new venture. Enjoy.

Our philosophy

The biggest breath of fresh air in the past decade was the likes of Ubuntu and Linux Mint with their commitment to the wider Linux community, offering a welcome place to all users wanting to explore, the Linux-verse. Manjaro and MXLinux are the latest torch bearers to embrace this philosophy to promote Linux to a wider audience and new blood.

The Peppermint team are as committed as the original team were in 2010, as we strive to maintain this tradition of welcoming new users to Linux, with our trademark minimalistic desktop offering them a fully functional product that is fast, easy to understand, and enjoy the Linux experience, with avenues to enhance their comprehension further.

Empowering the planet with Linux is our goal. Join us in this journey.

Visit the PeppermintOS Project website here:

https://peppermintos.com/

Visit the PeppermintOS Shop or Donate here:

https://peppermintos.com/store/
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Uploads / [New Torrent] PeppermintOS i386 02.08.2022 ISO
« Last post by TheLinuxMan on August 07, 2022, 11:30:12 am »
Say hello to our latest lightweight, stable, and super fast operating system.

The concept of team Peppermint was to create a web-centric operating system that was easy and intuitive to use, with the LXDE GUI (graphical user interface) proving popular with users, with its lightweight footprint, not consuming unnecessary resources to increase your workflow.

The LXDE environment served us well until 2016, as it evolved into a hybrid environment that continued to impress time and time again, being user friendly, easy on the eyes, plus fast. Further enhancements introduced was the File Manager, Nemo.

We are delighted that on the 3rd February 2022 a community inspired effort occurred with a Distribution Release of Peppermint to carry on a proud tradition of producing a minimal desktop based environment. After the untimely passing of PCNetSpec, in January 2020.

In this release there have been some major changes with us migrating from Ubuntu to Debian, the Xfce desktop as the LXDE desktop had fallen into disuse and became dormant, and the Calamares installer.

The latest version of the Xfce desktop has evolved and matured gracefully since its launch in 1996. Suiting our goal of the minimal apprroach with some essential tools, allowing the user to choose what they want, and how they want to configure their computer.

We have continued with Peppermint’s signature customisations, and truly believe we have produced a work of art that functions flawlessly, upon this new venture. Enjoy.

Our philosophy

The biggest breath of fresh air in the past decade was the likes of Ubuntu and Linux Mint with their commitment to the wider Linux community, offering a welcome place to all users wanting to explore, the Linux-verse. Manjaro and MXLinux are the latest torch bearers to embrace this philosophy to promote Linux to a wider audience and new blood.

The Peppermint team are as committed as the original team were in 2010, as we strive to maintain this tradition of welcoming new users to Linux, with our trademark minimalistic desktop offering them a fully functional product that is fast, easy to understand, and enjoy the Linux experience, with avenues to enhance their comprehension further.

Empowering the planet with Linux is our goal. Join us in this journey.

Visit the PeppermintOS Project website here:

https://peppermintos.com/

Visit the PeppermintOS Shop or Donate here:

https://peppermintos.com/store/
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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GrapheneOS

GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model.

GrapheneOS improves the privacy and security of the OS from the bottom up. It deploys technologies to mitigate whole classes of vulnerabilities and make exploiting the most common sources of vulnerabilities substantially more difficult. It improves the security of both the OS and the apps running on it. The app sandbox and other security boundaries are fortified. GrapheneOS tries to avoid impacting the user experience with the privacy and security features. Ideally, the features can be designed so that they're always enabled with no impact on the user experience and no additional complexity like configuration options. It's not always feasible, and GrapheneOS does add various toggles for features like the Network permission, Sensors permission, restrictions when the device is locked (USB peripherals, camera, quick tiles), etc. along with more complex user-facing privacy and security features with their own UX.

GrapheneOS also develops various apps and services with a focus on privacy and security. Vanadium is a hardened variant of the Chromium browser and WebView specifically built for GrapheneOS. GrapheneOS also includes our minimal security-focused PDF Viewer, our hardware-based Auditor app / attestation service providing local and remote verification of devices, and the externally developed Seedvault encrypted backup which was initially developed for inclusion in GrapheneOS.

No Google apps or services

GrapheneOS will never include either Google Play services or another implementation of Google services like microG. See the FAQ section for more details on our plans for filling in the gaps from not shipping Play services and Google apps.

Visit the developers website here:

https://grapheneos.org/

Donate to the project here:

https://grapheneos.org/donate
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