PantherX OS

Table of Content

Principles

Simplicity

  • Easy to find, install and use quality open source software that rivals paid alternatives
  • Configure the system, and all accessible features, with a intuitive interface
  • Never break, or fail but worst case, recover in seconds, without data lost

  • It should be easy for everyone to find, install and use quality open source software that rivals paid alternatives.
  • It should be possible to inspect and modify any software that runs on your computer.

Modernity

  • Use the latest available packages
  • Time travel for installed applications and packages (roll-back, roll-forward)
  • Built-in (native!) software to spawn virtual environments, or switch between profiles in real-time

Security

  • Don’t use complicated init systems, or daemons without clear documentation and source code
  • Make it easy to maintain a transparent, clean and reproducible system

Versatility

  • Easy to reconfigure the entire system, based on a single configuration

Screenshots

Desktop: Beta 4 (2021)

PantherX Desktop

Desktop: Final release (planned for fall 2022)

PantherX Desktop

PantherX & (unofficial) GNU Guix Wiki.

Last update: 2021-11-16 01:21:57 +0000

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