The present, second list in 2023 is related to the first Linux x86 distributions of 2023, and lists other operating systems that still offer x86/i386-i686 architecture support.
My list of operating systems below is not based on the Linux kernel, but is related to open-source projects and systems from the 2023arosbsddossolarisunixx86 Read More
Peppermint OS is a general purpose Linux distribution based on Debian and Devuan (formerly Lubuntu). By design, Peppermint is supposed to be a lightweight, fast system that does not consume large computer resources.
PLD (PLD Linux Distribution) is a Polish Linux distribution developed since 2002 (first release). The system is 2023distributionlinuxx86 Read More
GNUinOS is a fork of the Devuan GNU/Linux distribution that uses the Openbox window manager. It is very lightweight, comes with the linux-libre kernel, and is focused on general purpose computers. The project aims to create a distribution fully approved by the FSF.
GParted (GNOME Partition Editor) is a disk distributionlinuxoperatingsystemx86 Read More
The beginning of 2023 provides new releases of various Linux distributions, but we should not forget about the still active, maybe already obsolete 32-bit hardware architecture (i686). Many open-source projects still actively develop this architecture, unfortunately its twilight is in sight. My list provides information about Linux-related projects that still distributionlinuxoperatingsystemx86 Read More