iQunix OS is a Linux operating system based on the popular Ubuntu operating system. It's unique design offers an experienced Ubuntu users and specialist a "bare-bone", Unity based, operating system in which nothing is pre-installed.
Home page of iQunix is: http://iqunix.sf.net
You have seen many distributions out there that are fancy, full fleged with lots of preinstalled applications. But none of them are pure Operating System. In contrast, iQunix is just an operating system that after you install it, you are in charge. You have the total control over what and how you do install your applications, icons, themes and every other aspect that makes your Linux desktop experience unique.
What you'll love in iQunix
In general you will feel the diference in iQunix when you will first boot in it's desktop enviroment
*Sleek and Fast Unity 2D desktop environment.
*Nothing is pre-installed as usually seen in other Linux distributions.
*You have the power of control to install anything you want to create YOUR desktop experience.
*Both Live CD environment and Install environment are included in just 500MB.
Less is better
After you install iQunix OS in your PC, you will get a minimum software stack that is required to make a functional desktop enviroment. Here is a list of what you get with iQunix OS:
*Gedit -- Simple text editor
*Terminal -- For those who know the power of linux shell
*2Click Update -- A simple, yet intuitive system maintenance app
*Nautilus -- The best file manager to manage your files and folders
*Remastersys -- To make a backup of your entire operating system with all your
*Hardware Drivers installer -- To automatically detect you systems graphic card and wireless network card and install the apropreate drivers
*Synaptic Package Manager -- To install the programs of your choice.
You can immidiately start using Synaptic Package manager to install aditional software from the preconfigured repositories that are available in iQunix OS. You can add your favorite icons, themes and wallpapers from Gnome Eyecandies(http://gnome-look.org/ , OSarena.net Eyecandies (http://osarena.net/category/eyecandies , or from where ever you want.
Ask a question!
You can find support from a variety of sources. You're likely to find an answer to every question. iQunix is based on Ubuntu which has the largest user base from all Linux distributions. If you're stuck on a problem, someone else has probably encountered it too. If you can't find an answer, just ask the people in our active forums.
*Ask a question (https://answers.launchpad.net/iqunix/+addquestion)
*Visit our Forum Support (http://osarena.net/forum?mingleforumaction=viewforum&f=12.0)
*Report a Bug (https://bugs.launchpad.net/iqunix/+filebug)
You can start today by downloading your ISO files to test the Live CD/USB enviroment. You can burn the ".iso" file in a CD or move it to a USB memory stick using UneBootIn. Don't worry if you have other Operating system installed in your PC. iQunix will recognise it and if you want to keep it, it will install a menu to choose the desired OS during boot.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· From now on, iQunix is part of Utappia's (http://utappia.blogspot.com
· From now on, iQunix will only be based on LTS releases
· From now on, iQunix will have only 64 bit releases of the operating system
· Has migrated from Gnome 2.x to Unity
· JetBrowser: It is the new addition in Utappia's portfolio, a really fast, simple and secure browser