rolling (continuous updates)

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: 2019-01-12; Md5: ac3c57df37024b65f87c3aaeeec09eab
openmamba rolling livecd for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.5GB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: 95c49553d09b119a52b9065b183a7020
More languages...
openmamba rolling livecd for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: a1bfa9f5141d577eb8e17a4b0159f083
openmamba rolling livecd for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.5GB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: 15d40d57ee4cb164ab1c32de4dcdab9e
   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 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 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: 2019-01-14; Md5: 8a27f1c32ae53a80a5c1d7a77f3a2437
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.6GB; Date: 2019-01-14; Md5: e58b2abc3091abc7f84e6e37d248a063
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.4GB; Date: 2019-01-14; Md5: 1b5a63862b51cb7b820cd83bf36a853a
openmamba rolling diskimg-livecd for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.6GB; Date: 2019-01-14; Md5: 6c739e8c7f3e4d4537bb434ecfd4404a
   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.


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: 2019-01-13; Md5: 04f9b67879def5cf4b12270808681017
openmamba rolling livecd-light for i586 (english) 
File size: 1.3GB; Date: 2019-01-13; Md5: 5b959353c3bc41e9b87f2ac2cf2584f4
More languages...
openmamba rolling livecd-light for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 1.2GB; Date: 2019-01-13; Md5: f12569e0beb4b1104034e50fffcfa7d8
openmamba rolling livecd-light for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 1.3GB; Date: 2019-01-13; Md5: 5cd1d8add11cc65b4fabfb0eee30a287
   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.

openmamba diskimg-bananapi rolling

A disk image of openmamba for Banana Pi devices.

openmamba rolling diskimg-bananapi for arm (english) 
File size: 822MB; Date: 2019-01-13; Md5: 34148187b23d8039e0e01c55e46a670e
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-bananapi for arm (italiano) 
File size: 824MB; Date: 2019-01-13; Md5: 17d686d6193712b426072d9d46b9a57a
   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: 819MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 3fc2ce81b18f36d5614eb4e3527bef37
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-cubox for arm (italiano) 
File size: 821MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: b0cbad3b82121e4fdcddd26ab5565f98
   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: 883MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 589b96519f4dcacb7ead0d148d4dc827
More languages...
openmamba rolling diskimg-raspberrypi for arm (italiano) 
File size: 918MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 020b021086fbc78fedb7dfb733ba9be7
   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

openmamba rootfs rolling

A release of openmamba containing a root filesystem for installation on different storage media and execution through different boot loaders and kernels.
It is intended for advanced users to make custom installations.

openmamba rolling rootfs for i586 (english) 
File size: 989MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: a8ba7a81bf0f02b94f9aced02fc5a666
openmamba rolling rootfs for arm (english) 
File size: 662MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 2caffbd809a24109ee6bb1fffd749cf2
More languages...
openmamba rolling rootfs for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 990MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 94847f582c0e20771f97006bd31d45db
openmamba rolling rootfs for arm (italiano) 
File size: 663MB; Date: 2019-01-11; Md5: 65f23682e78699cbd5089d721202e884
   Features
  • live desktop system which can be immediately used without installation
  • KDE desktop environment with multimedia support for audio and video
  • full networking support with the ability to perform updates and install additional packages
   Requirements
The x86 version works on Personal Computer (PC) complatibles that meet the following minimum requirements:
  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 512 MB of RAM (2GB is recommended)
  • a storage device (USB storage, SD, microSD, ..) providing at least 2GB of space (4GB recommended)

The arm version can work on mobile devices like Tablets and Smartphones which meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Linux kernel version 2.6.32 or later with gnueabi (aka armel) ABI compatibility and driver support for the storage device on which you will put the rootfs
  • the capability (dependent on the device tecnology) to boot the kernel and modify its boot options to set for example: root=/dev/sda1 or root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 or root=/dev/mmclbk1p1
  • 512 MB of RAM (1GB is recommended)
  • a storage device supported by the Linux kernel and the device (SD, microSD, USB storage, ..) providing at least 2GB of space (4GB recommended)
   Preparation

openmamba rootfs-light rolling

A light release of openmamba based on the LXDE desktop containing a root filesystem for installation on different storage media and execution through different boot loaders and kernels.
It is intended for advanced users to make custom installations.

openmamba rolling rootfs-light for x86_64 (english) 
File size: 662MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: d3dc9aa13d9f4e5d8da8e7c0e056b5a7
openmamba rolling rootfs-light for i586 (english) 
File size: 730MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: 7300e9af26855c4188572312ce6987c1
openmamba rolling rootfs-light for arm (english) 
File size: 456MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: edff68b0aece84d92e845a033d3c51e7
More languages...
openmamba rolling rootfs-light for x86_64 (italiano) 
File size: 662MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: df35badc374412cf2c8f29eccb2cb115
openmamba rolling rootfs-light for i586 (italiano) 
File size: 731MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: 632135a46306e8c4a6d4b1ca37ba09ac
openmamba rolling rootfs-light for arm (italiano) 
File size: 456MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: ebc210d67e65ad0a8778a27ae2251d0f
   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
The x86 and x86_64 versions work on Personal Computer (PC) complatibles that meet the following minimum requirements:
  • processor: Intel Pentium III or higher or AMD K6/Duron/Athlon or higher
  • 196 MB of RAM (512MB are recommended)
  • a storage device (USB storage, SD, microSD, ..) providing at least 2GB of space (4GB recommended)

The arm version can work on mobile devices like Tablets and Smartphones which meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Linux kernel version 2.6.32 or later with gnueabi (aka armel) ABI compatibility and driver support for the storage device on which you will put the rootfs
  • the capability (dependent on the device tecnology) to boot the kernel and modify its boot options to set for example: root=/dev/sda1 or root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 or root=/dev/mmclbk1p1
  • 160 MB of RAM (256MB are recommended)
  • a storage device supported by the Linux kernel and the device (SD, microSD, USB storage, ..) providing at least 1GB of space (2GB recommended)
   Preparation

openmamba rootfs-base rolling

A minimal release of openmamba containing a root filesystem for chroot installation of custom packages.
It is intended for advanced users to make custom installations.

openmamba rolling rootfs-base for x86_64 (multilanguage) 
File size: 155MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: 82581cf7f77a28622df442d6397135ec
openmamba rolling rootfs-base for i586 (multilanguage) 
File size: 164MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: c0c63154b98cccc237105f9dbb95f6a0
openmamba rolling rootfs-base for arm (multilanguage) 
File size: 108MB; Date: 2019-01-12; Md5: c8f9fbd6582e115479e5a54370723d74
   Features
  • minimal root filesystem providing base packages for installing packages via chroot
   Requirements
  • 32 or 64 bit Intel compatibile or ARM EABI compatible processor
  • 128 MB of RAM
  • a storage device providing at least 512 MB of space
   Preparation
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