SolydXK is an open source operating system for small businesses, non-profit organizations and home users. SolydXK focuses on stability, security and ease of use and will help new users make the transition from Windows to Linux easier.
A Debian based distribution with the Xfce desktop. It intends to be as light-weight as possible without giving up any of the expected functionality.
A Debian based distribution with the KDE desktop. This is the big brother of the two and has all the bells and whistles.
There was a recent release for SolydXK, the announcement read:
These are some of the changes:
- Firefox ESR is now used from Debian repository instead of custom built and installed from the SolydXK repository.
- You can now use custom mount points in the Live Installer. Double click on a partition to select a pre-defined mount point or write your custom mount point.
- Improved command handling of SolydXK applications for the Enthusiast’s Editions.
- The SolydXK scripts were moved from /usr/local/bin to /usr/bin.
- Grizzler improved the /usr/bin/apt script. Run apt in terminal to see a list of commands with explanation.
- SolydX RPI has been built from scratch and is based on Raspbian.
- And many more smaller changes that I forgot to mention here 😉
The community editions and localized editions will follow later. I will post the release of those editions as soon as they are ready. Until then the previous versions will be available for download from our site.
You can download the Isos at: