Wednesday, January 20, 14:54
Home inet New Pinephone distribution with 13 operating systems released

New Pinephone distribution with 13 operating systems released

Today, many of them users use dual-boot systems, which allow the use of two operating systems simultaneously. Of course, lately there are more and more systems that are incompatible with each other, which is why some of these users are forced to create triple-boot systems. Recently, however, an advanced user of a Pinephone decided to create a distribution, which contains 13 different Operating Systems.

Sure, many of you believe that it is not possible to have 13 different systems in one mobile, with 16GB storage space. For the same reason, the user states that all systems are based on Linux. Thanks to the common base, all operating systems use the Linux Kernel 5.9, which can hold less than 8GB of space.

The distribution is based on p-boot bootloader, which is supported by each version of PinePhone. Thus, regardless of the generation of the device, the user can use one of the following functionalities:

  • Arch Linux Arm 2020-09-08
  • Lune OS 0.113
  • Maemo Leste 20200906
  • Mobian 20200912
  • KDE Neon 20200912-132511
  • pmOS / fbkeyboard 2020-09-11
  • pmOS / GNOME 2020-09-11
  • pmOS / Phosh 2020-09-11
  • pmOS / Plasma Mobile 2020-09-11
  • PureOS 20200908
  • Sailfish 1.1-
  • pmOS / sxmo 0.1.8-20200726
  • Ubuntu Touch 2020-09-10
New Pinephone distribution with 13 operating systems released

Using this distribution, users can use all of the above operating systems, without the need to change different storage locations or write the new operating system in place of the previous one.

In addition, the new distribution is based on the file system Btrfs. Thanks to this, users can easily restore the systems to their original form, if there is a problem during operation.

In case you have a PinePhone device and want to try the new distribution, you can λήψη via Bittorrent or using this mirror. The file is 5GB in size and can be written to one Bootable USB such as normal operating systems.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Random Scientist
Random Scientist
Create a virus, and sell the antivirus!


Netflix has more than 200 million subscribers worldwide

As predicted by the company itself, Netflix exceeded 200 million subscribers, stating that at the moment 203,66 million ...

YouTube: Blocks Trump for another week

For at least one more week, former US President Donald Trump will not be able to publish content on his channel in ...

Months later, Jack Ma made his first public appearance

Jack Ma has just made his first public appearance in months. The co-founder of Alibaba (BABA) appeared today, in a ...

Google: Chrome 88 will be released with many improvements

Google has announced the new features that Chrome 88 will receive when it is released. It seems that it will have a tab search and ...

Interpol: Scammers approach their victims in dating applications!

Interpol issued a statement warning the world that many scammers are targeting users of dating applications and trying to deceive them to ...

AI: How the imitation of the human brain enhances its technology Η τεχνολογία AI έχει καταφέρει εντυπωσιακά πράγματα έως τώρα, όμως χρειάζεται μεγάλο όγκο δεδομένων προκειμένου να...

Malwarebytes: SolarWinds hacked by cyber attackers!

Malwarebytes said it had been hacked by the same hacking team that allegedly "hit" software company SolarWinds. However, he clarified that ...

Bugs in Messenger, Signal, Google Duo allowed spying

Security researcher found bugs in popular, mobile video conferencing and chat applications that allowed potential attackers to hear sounds and receive ...

Trump: US cloud providers will file foreign customers

The most controversial president of the United States, Donald Trump, signed an executive order shortly before his departure, which obliges the ...

Tesla: Seeks man to help Musk handle Twitter complaints

It has been reported that Tesla no longer has a public relations department to handle questions from journalists. It seems, however, that it is necessary ...