Distribuciones Linux Basadas en Debian

Lista completa de distribuciones linux basadas en debian


Astra LinuxA distribution developed for the Russian Army with raised security.[9]
Bharat Operating System Solutions (BOSS)An Indian Linux distribution[10]
CanaimaA Venezuelan Linux distribution.[11]
Corel LinuxShort-lived commercial desktop Linux distribution, bought by Xandros Linux.[12]
CrunchBang LinuxA small Linux Distro and Live CD based on Debian Stable, featuring the Openbox window manager and tint2 panel with GTK+ applications.[13] Development has ended for CrunchBang as of February, 2015.[14]
DeepinA Debian-based Chinese Linux Distribution developed by Wuhan Deepin Technology Co.
DevuanA fork of Debian begun in 2014 with the primary goal of allowing user choice in init systems, by decoupling software packages from systemd.[15]
DreamlinuxA discontinued Brazilian Linux distribution.
Emdebian GripA small-footprint Linux distribution based on and compatible with Debian, intended for use on resource-limited embedded systems.[16]
FinnixA small system-administration Live CD that is available for multiple architectures[17]
gNewSenseOriginally based on Ubuntu and later upon Debian, and developed with sponsorship from the Free Software Foundation. Its goal is user-friendliness, but with all proprietary (e.g. binary blobs) and non-free software removed.
grmlLive CD for system recovery[18]
HandyLinuxDesigned for senior citizens running old computers for which Windows has become too slow[19]
KanotixAn installable live DVD/CD for desktop usage using KDE and LXDE, focusing on convenient scripts and GUI for ease of use.[20]
KnoppixThe first Live CD (later DVD) version of Debian.
KuruminEarlier, it was a version of the Knoppix distribution, modified with Debian and designed for Brazilian users.
LEAF ProjectThe Linux Embedded Appliance Framework. A tiny primarily floppy-based distribution for routers, firewalls and other appliances.[21]
LiMuxAn ISO 9241 industry workplace certified Linux distribution, deployed at the City of Munich, Germany.[22]
LMDEA Debian-based version of Linux Mint that does not use any elements of Ubuntu linux, maintained to ensure continuity should Ubuntu stop being maintained or other issue effecting the core Mint distribution.[23]
MaemoA development platform for hand held devices such as the Nokia N800, N810, and Nokia N900 Internet Tablets and other Linux kernel–based devices.[24]
MEPISFocuses on ease of use. Also includes a lightweight variant called antiX. antiX is meant to be used on older computers with limited hardware. There is also a Xfce distro called MX Linux that’s based on Debian Stable.
MintPPCFor PowerPC computers. Although MintPPC uses some Linux Mint Debian Edition code, it is not Linux Mint.[25]
Musix GNU+LinuxIntended for music production, graphic design, audio, video editing, and other tasks. It is built with only free software.[26]
NepaLinuxA Debian- and Morphix-based distribution focused for desktop usage in Nepali language computing.[27]
OpenZaurusDebian packages and ROM image for the Sharp Zaurus PDA. Replaced by Ångström distribution.[28]
PardusDeveloped by Turkish National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology. Prior to 2013 it used PISI as the package manager, with COMAR as the configuration framework. Starting with Pardus 2013, it is Debian-based.
PelicanHPCDedicated to setting up a computer cluster.[29]
Q4OSA light-weight Linux distribution with Trinity and Plasma desktop environments.[30]
Raspberry Pi OSDesktop-oriented distribution, formerly known as Raspbian. Developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation as the official OS for their family of low-power Raspberry Pi single-board computers.
SacixSacix is a Debian Pure Blend originally created to support the educational and free software diffusion goals of the Telecentres project of the city of São Paulo, Brazil.
SkolelinuxA Linux distribution from Norway, now the basepoint for and now synonymous to Debian EDU. It provides as a thin client distribution for schools.[31]
Slax (since version 9.2.1[32])A lightweight Linux distribution now based on Debian, for low-powered computers. Its download size is about 300 MB, almost the same as Puppy Linux’s. It can run from RAM, from Live CD, USB or hard drive. It was previously based on Slackware.
SolydXKXfce and KDE desktop focused on stability, security and ease of use.[33]
SparkyLinuxA Debian-based Linux distribution which provides ready to use, out of the box operating system with a set of slightly customized lightweight desktops. Sparky is targeted to all the computer’s users who want replace existing, proprietary driven OS to an open-sourced..
Sunwah LinuxA Chinese Linux distribution[34]
The Amnesic Incognito Live System (TAILS)The Amnesic Incognito Live System’ or Tails is aimed at preserving privacy and anonymity, with all outgoing connections forced to go through Tor.[35]
TurnKey LinuxOpen source project developing a family of free, Debian-based appliances optimized for ease of use in server-type usage scenarios.[36] Based on Debian since 2012; previously based on Ubuntu.
Twister OSRaspberry Pi OS based distribution using Xfce with themes based on other OSes intended for the Raspberry Pi, RK3399 CPU, and x86_64 architecture.
UbuntuA free and open-source operating system and Linux distribution based on Debian.
Univention Corporate ServerEnterprise distribution with integrated IT infrastructure and identity management system by the company Univention GmbH, Germany. A full version for up to 5 users for tests and for private use can be downloaded for free.[37]
WebconvergerDebian Live-based browser only distribution, similar to ChromeOS. However based on Firefox and dwm, with no user sign-in, no special hardware required and designed for public places.[38]
VyattaCommercial open source network operating system includes routing, firewall, VPN, intrusion prevention and more. Designed to be an open source Cisco replacement.[39]
VyOSFree routing platform. Because VyOS is run on standard amd64, i586 and ARM systems, it is able to be used as a router and firewall platform for cloud deployments.

Debian-based (security-oriented)

BackTrackDeveloped by Offensive Security and designed for penetration testing.[40] In March 2013, the Offensive Security team rebuilt BackTrack for the Debian distribution and released it under the name Kali Linux.[41]
gLinuxgLinux is a Linux Distro used for Google Employees.
Kali LinuxMade to be a completely customizable OS, used for penetration testing. It is based on Debian GNU/Linux and is used mostly by security experts[42]
Parsix[43]Optimized for personal computers and laptops. Built on top of Debian testing branch and comes with security support.[44]
PureOSA Linux distribution based on Debian with a focus on privacy, security, and convenience.[45][46][47][48]
Astra LinuxA Russian Linux-based computer operating system developed to meet the needs of the Russian army, other armed forces and intelligence agencies.[49] It provides data protection up to the level of «top secret» in Russian classified information grade. It has been officially certified by Russian Defense Ministry, Federal Service for Technical and Export Control[50] and Federal Security Service.[51]
Parrot OSA Linux distribution based on Debian used by penetration testers.