Devuan GNU+Linux is a free software operating system for your computer. Free software means you are free to use, copy and distribute, study, change the software, and share your modifications with the community.


File naming conventions

devuan_release_version folders contain all release builds and installers.

Each devuan_release_version.torrent also contains all release files.

Every filename released by Devuan is named using this scheme:

devuan_release_version_arch[_installer][_machine].ext

Each part of the filename is separated by underscore _ and has a meaning:

So for instance if you are looking for a network installer of devuan for a 64bit PC laptop you’ll look for a file called devuan_jessie_1.0.0-beta_amd64_netinst.iso, or for a vagrant box look for devuan_jessie_1.0.0-beta_amd64_vagrant.box, or for a raspberrypi2 image look for devuan_jessie_1.0.0-beta_armhf_raspi2.img.

Where and what to download

Devuan stable releases can be downloaded from files.devuan.org.

The preferred way to download is to use our release torrent (). The torrent contains all files for a given release. You can select what files to download if you have limited bandwidth or storage. Please seed if you can (~10GB)!

Devuan file names follow the release naming scheme.

Install instructions are also available for a growing number of platforms.

Devuan Release Archive Mirrors

Distributions based on Devuan

Various operating system distributions have already started adopting Devuan as a base OS.

Here below a list in order of chronological appearance