About Exton|OS

This is my main site about Exton|OS.

Exton|OS is based on Ubuntu 64 bit and Debian. Exton|OS’s ISO files are ISO-hybrids, which means that they can very easily be transferred (copied) to a USB pen drive. You can then even run Exton|OS from the USB stick and save all your system changes on the stick. I.e. you will enjoy persistence! Read my USB INSTRUCTION under C).

Download locations for all Exton distributions
All Exton Linux distributions are hosted by The Swedish Linux Society. Sixteen (16) exton distributions can also be downloaded from SourceForge.netFast, secure and free downloads from the largest Open Source applications and software directory.

Contact with exton


5 thoughts on “About Exton|OS

  1. SOFTPEDIA 150211

    “After releasing the first GNU/Linux distribution with Linux 3.18 kernel a couple of days after its launch back in December 2014, Arne Exton did it again, as he just announced today on Twitter that the his Exton|OS with MATE has been updated to version 150211 and includes a custom 3.19.0-5-exton kernel package based on the upstream Linux kernel 3.19.

    In other words, Exton|OS is the first distribution to include the brand-new Linux kernel 3.19, which means that the operating system will offer all the features of Linux kernel 3.19. Besides having an Ubuntu 14.10 base, the Exton|OS computer operating system borrows features from the forthcoming Debian 8 (Jessie) distro, which is currently in development.”

    READ MORE (about Exton|OS): http://www.exton.net

  2. Firstly, I had read your page and I just want to say thank you so much for all the nice efforts to produce this OS. I appreciate your generosity to share, what I consider a considerable amount of time, diligence and patience just to produce it. I had just downloaded it and will install it alongside my current system as I have only one unit (desktop) and/but 2-hard drives. I will also share it with my friends, perchance they would be interested too. I shall also share some donations in the near future, although just a little amount only, because I am not so gainfully employed… More power to you, Sir.

  3. Hello Exton. I’ve been following your various releases for quite some time now and I’d like to find out if you’ve ever considered making your own versions of either Devuan (Debian without SystemD), or Sabayon (Gentoo without being Gentoo). Have you ever thought of trying to create your own versions of either of those? I’d really like to see what you could come up with for each of those projects!

    ~ Ev

Leave a Reply to exton Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
15 − 14 =