An Arch Linux based open source operating system specifically designed for occultists
Lucifer's Linux is an open source and freely distributed operating system based on the lightweight and powerful Arch Linux distribution, built around the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment (LXDE) and geared towards occultists.read more
Distributed as a 64-bit Live CDYou can download this special operating system as a Live CD ISO image that has been engineered to support only 64-bit hardware platforms. It must be written to either a CD disc or a USB flash drive of 1GB or higher capacity in order to boot it from the BIOS of a computer.
Boot optionsIt features a standard boot menu à la Arch Linux, which allows the user to start the live environment with default boot options on without boot splash and using command-line login, boot an existing OS from the first disk drive, perform a system memory diagnostic test, view detailed hardware information, as well as to reboot the machine.
Includes two lightweight desktop environmentsThe default desktop environment of this distribution appears to be LXDE, as it uses the LXDM login screen, but it also includes the PekWM window manager. The default graphical session is comprised of a single taskbar located on the bottom edge of the screen, from where users can launch applications, interact with opened programs and cycle between virtual workspaces.
Includes open source apps designed for occultistsAs expected, the distribution comes with several open source applications that are oriented towards the study of occult practices, including (but not limited to) magic, extra-sensory perception, alchemy, astrology and spiritualism. In addition, it includes specific artwork designed for occultists.
Bottom lineLucifer's Linux offers a lightweight and beautiful desktop environment, and includes applications from Arch Linux's main software repository, as well as third-party software. It has been crafted as a direct competitor to the Ubuntu Satanic Edition Linux distribution, which only focused on the artwork and not on the actual software needed by occultists.
Lucifer's Linux was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on June 11th, 2014