Great plans for Jessie

Debian Jessie (Linux Debian 8.0) is coming out in a few days, and we have big plans to make it easy for you to try it out and use it, we have been distributing DVDs for a long time (For those with slow limited connections to the internet), now it is time for more, This time, we are not only distributing the installers on USB flash thumb drives (we will still deliver DVDs, but now you have more options), we are making it easier than ever to replace your laptop with a USB pen drive. Just download the image, dump it on your flash stick, and boot any computer from it, learn more here

Great plans for Jessie


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Debian Jessie (8.0) is coming out on April 25 2015 , And we have so many plans to promote Linux (As our contribution to the non profit debian project). The new plan will still send out cheap DVDs so that people with little bandwidth can find it easy to try Linux out, but also on flash sticks (Cheap as well).

So you will be able to order a USB flash stick to install Debian on your computer, but even that is not it. we are working on a USB debian image with a few tools to make your live Debian USB stick, a bootable media that you can take with you wherever you go, with all your stuff on it, and run it from any computer anywhere, Although this is not a new thing, what we are trying to do is to make it simple and easy so stay tuned.

The new debian live USB stick image will probably be between 100 and 200 MBs, along with complete, super easy instructions to create the USB thumb drive using your windows or Mac computer, once you run it, you will expand it to fill your entire thumb drive, and it will do the rest of the download process so that you will have your operating system running complete with web browsers, office tools and everything else you chose to install.

We are expecting all the DVDs, installer sticks, and live image stick images to be ready 2 days after the Jessie release so stay tuned.

You may want to bookmark this page, and maybe even follow us on facebook, so that you can get your USB thumb drive working as soon as we release it.

We are always looking for ways to make Linux easy for people to try out, so if you have any other cool ideas, please let us know, we are real debian enthusiasts.