Downloads

This page shows the recommended downloads for most purposes. There are more downloads available in the rolling and milestone3 pages.

Desktop and notebook:

openmamba livedvd rolling

A live release of openmamba in ISO format so that you can make a DVD from it.

openmamba rolling livedvd for x86_64 (multilanguage) 
File size: 2.3GB; Date: 2018-09-10; Md5: 12a74dc80a8bb822447071e751b86ce7
openmamba rolling livedvd for i586 (multilanguage) 
File size: 2.6GB; Date: 2018-09-10; Md5: 6b8164b3ed4fc85cb18a3c4112d8520a
   Features
  • live desktop system for Personal Computers (32 or 64 bit intel compatibles)
  • graphical desktop environment based on KDE 4
  • live O.S. with fixed disk installation interface
   Requirements
A Intel x86 compatible Personal Computer (PC) with the following minimum features:
  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 512 MB of RAM (2GB are recommended)
  • a CD-ROM drive or USB with boot support
Additional requirements for system installation:
  • a fixed disk with 20 GB of free space or more
   Preparation
Use a cd-recording software to produce a DVD in raw image file mode.
If the target is a virtual machine the image file may be using directly without producing a physical DVD.
On the desktop of the live system there is an application which can be used to install the system in the internal disk of your computer.

openmamba livecd rolling

A live release of openmamba in ISO format so that you can make a CD or DVD (*) from it.
(*) Recently the image size is bigger than space available on a CD so it has to be burnt on a DVD anyway.

openmamba rolling livecd for x86_64 (english) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-17; Md5: 2b3e04a7f67964483c142e85f614345b
openmamba rolling livecd for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.5GB; Date: 2018-11-17; Md5: 6f5253ab668cd99a560de1fc405c5de0
More languages...
openmamba rolling livecd for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-17; Md5: 517f94da91ddaf6e0608cd79233ae186
openmamba rolling livecd for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.5GB; Date: 2018-11-17; Md5: 36b3c9e0d34969da59e400a50c45a80d
   Features
  • live desktop system for Personal Computers (32 or 64 bit intel compatibles)
  • graphical desktop environment based on KDE 4
  • live O.S. with fixed disk installation interface
   Requirements
A Intel x86 compatible Personal Computer (PC) with the following minimum features:
  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 512 MB of RAM (2GB are recommended)
  • a CD-ROM drive or USB with boot support
Additional requirements for system installation:
  • a fixed disk with 10 GB of free space or more
   Preparation
Use a cd-recording software to produce a DVD in raw image file mode.
If the target is a virtual machine the image file may be using directly without producing a physical DVD.
On the desktop of the live system there is an application which can be used to install the system in the internal disk of your computer.

openmamba diskimg-livecd rolling

A disk image of openmamba live to be copied on a USB pendrive or any other device supported at boot by your PC.

openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for x86_64 (english) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-19; Md5: 583cb3af50308121d01fbf1cab8ad7dd
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.6GB; Date: 2018-11-19; Md5: f7e3e1246da61cd5f6cc8b14d4ecb6bf
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-19; Md5: ec47bff2309cdac67d02e8385f78e822
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.6GB; Date: 2018-11-19; Md5: 2435a14f08395522f1d6c16ff93fc150
   Features
  • KDE based live desktop system for standard Personal Computers (Intel x86 compatibile)
  • top applications: LibreOffice, chromium, amarok, kaffeine, wine, gimp, kopete, audacity, k3b
  • 3D graphical desktop support with open and proprietary drivers
  • automatic hardware detection and configuration
  • NTFS read and write support using ntfs-3g
  • fixed disk installation interface
   Requirements
A 32 or 64 bit Personal Computer (PC) compatible with the following minimum features:
  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 512 MB of RAM (2GB are recommended)
  • BIOS or (U)EFI with USB boot support
Additional requirements for system installation:
  • a fixed disk with 10 GB of free space or more
   Preparation
Using any operating system providing the 'dd' run the following command:

gunzip -c openmamba-diskimg-livecd-*.img.gz | dd of=/dev/sdx bs=32M

After writing it is possible to use a disk partitioning software (e.g. gparted) to grow the disk partition size to fit the whole disk space.

The system provides support for persistent data storing and an utility for installing the system on your hard disk.

Boot on PCs and MACs is supported through BIOS and (U)EFI.

It is possible to use any other openmamba distribution variants (livedvd, livecd-light, livecd-gnome) by copying the corresponding .iso file and changing the openmamba-live.iso to point to it.


Server:

openmamba livecd-light rolling

A light release of openmamba providing a LXDE desktop in ISO format so that you can make a CD or DVD from it.

openmamba rolling livecd-light for x86_64 (english) 
File size: 1.2GB; Date: 2018-11-18; Md5: d374c41da28d316f0e8b4a4391c3923a
openmamba rolling livecd-light for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-18; Md5: b44a329052dab3d51cf246a7bb40187a
More languages...
openmamba rolling livecd-light for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.2GB; Date: 2018-11-18; Md5: 3baa649ede9a25af2df3ae9e5df1bebd
openmamba rolling livecd-light for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2018-11-18; Md5: 9e8cb465442eed81c86101b0233efd11
   Features
  • LXDE based light desktop system for standard Personal Computers (Intel x86 compatibile hardware)
  • boot option to support systems having 4 or more GB of RAM
  • top applications: LibreOffice, chromium, vlc, wine, gimp, audacity
  • accelerated graphics support with open and proprietary drivers
  • automatic hardware detection and configuration
  • NTFS read and write support using ntfs-3g
  • fixed disk installation interface
   Requirements

A Intel x86 compatible Personal Computer (PC) with the following minimum features:

  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 196 MB of RAM (minimum)
  • a CD-ROM drive or USB with boot support
Additional requirements for system installation:
  • a fixed disk with 5 GB of free space or more
   Preparation
Use a cd-recording software to produce a DVD in raw image file mode.
If the target is a virtual machine the image file may be using directly without producing a physical DVD.
On the desktop of the live system there is an application which can be used to install the system in the internal disk of your computer.

Single-board devices:

openmamba diskimg-bananapi rolling

A disk image of openmamba for Banana Pi devices.

openmamba rolling diskimg-bananapi for arm (english) 
File size: 823MB; Date: 2018-11-13; Md5: 8217769c026dd03c0b9ff37df3621bb1
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-bananapi for arm (italiano) 
File size: 825MB; Date: 2018-11-13; Md5: 79b4e335bbd5623e9cbe651440bc71f4
   Features
  • live desktop system which can be immediately used without installation
  • LXDE light desktop environment with multimedia support for audio and video
  • full networking support with the ability to perform updates and install additional packages
   Requirements
  • a Banana Pi device
  • a 4GB or bigger SD memory card
   Preparation
You may use any operating system providing the dd program to copy the image to a SD or microSD memory card:
  • insert the memory card and identify the corresponding device then replace /dev/sdx with your real device path in the following command
  • run the following command from a console window:
    gunzip -c openmamba-diskimg-raspberrypi-*.img.gz | dd of=/dev/sdx bs=32M
  • when memory card preparation is complete it is possible to use a disk partitioning software (e.g. gparted) to grow the disk partition size to fit the whole available space

openmamba diskimg-cubox rolling

A disk image of openmamba for Cubox devices.

openmamba rolling diskimg-cubox for arm (english) 
File size: 825MB; Date: 2018-11-11; Md5: 64f6d22df0fc2b33eb29f4b413c8404b
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-cubox for arm (italiano) 
File size: 827MB; Date: 2018-11-11; Md5: 01a02fbc67f36145e7536b0d7fb005e7
   Features
  • live desktop system which can be immediately used without installation
  • LXDE light desktop environment with multimedia support for audio and video
  • full networking support with the ability to perform updates and install additional packages
   Requirements
  • a Cobox device (based on Marvell Armada 510)
  • a 4GB or bigger SD memory card
   Preparation
You may use any operating system providing the dd program to copy the image to a SD or microSD memory card:
  • insert the memory card and identify the corresponding device then replace /dev/sdx with your real device path in the following command
  • run the following command from a console window:
    gunzip -c openmamba-diskimg-raspberrypi-*.img.gz | dd of=/dev/sdx bs=32M
  • when memory card preparation is complete it is possible to use a disk partitioning software (e.g. gparted) to grow the disk partition size to fit the whole available space

openmamba diskimg-raspberrypi rolling

A disk image of openmamba for Raspberry Pi devices.

openmamba rolling diskimg-raspberrypi for arm (english) 
File size: 880MB; Date: 2018-11-11; Md5: 3b1e3fe9d02555b6afb8a1158322390c
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-raspberrypi for arm (italiano) 
File size: 916MB; Date: 2018-11-11; Md5: a5f6dadaa44e52732f11dae6dee27424
   Features
  • live desktop system which can be immediately used without installation
  • LXDE light desktop environment with multimedia support for audio and video
  • full networking support with the ability to perform updates and install additional packages
   Requirements
  • a Raspberry Pi device (version 1, 2 or 3)
  • a 4GB or bigger SD memory card
   Preparation
You may use any operating system providing the dd program to copy the image to a SD or microSD memory card:
  • insert the memory card and identify the corresponding device then replace /dev/sdx with your real device path in the following command
  • run the following command from a console window:
    gunzip -c openmamba-diskimg-raspberrypi-*.img.gz | dd of=/dev/sdx bs=32M
  • when memory card preparation is complete it is possible to use a disk partitioning software (e.g. gparted) to grow the disk partition size to fit the whole available space

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