Projects / ariane


ariane is a console-only Debian-based Linux system. It boots from a CD-ROM, USB, or PXE server into a computer's RAM and does not require a hard disk. It can be used for everything a minimal Linux system could be used for.


Recent releases

  •  29 Aug 2007 17:48

    Release Notes: Initial release of the Debian-based rebuild.

    •  09 Nov 2004 22:04

      Release Notes: This release adds PXE booting and hibernation, autofs support, clamav, and a working proof-of-concept for an SMTP proxy working as an email virus scanner, based on ClamAV.

      •  01 May 2004 13:47

        Release Notes: This release fixes a RAM disk size allocation bug on the bootdisk installer which led to wrong disk sizes on some machines. It will now always allocate 128MB of RAM regardless of the detected RAM size.


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