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What is Trisquel?

Trisquel is a fully free operating system based on GNU/Linux. Trisquel is derived from Ubuntu, but only includes free software. It's free in the freedom sense. Users may run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve Trisquel (or any part of it). These freedoms support users' autonomy and civil liberties.

Trisquel comes ready for home and office use. It's easy to find and install more specialized software. Explore your options in our documentation, or ask our helpful community.

Trisquel is gratis; we don't charge money for this operating system. If you would like to support Trisquel financially, you can buy hardware from ThinkPenguin, or donate to us directly.

Editions

  • Trisquel - for home and personal use; it comes with applications for productivity, entertainment, networking, and more. Runs the GNOME desktop.
  • Trisquel Mini - aimed at netbooks and older computers, or for a lightweight and fast experience. Runs the LXDE desktop.
  • Trisquel NetInstall - good for servers. The NetInstall version is a small download with a text-based network installer.

Each version is available for 32 and 64-bit x86 (Intel, AMD, and compatible) architectures.

Getting help


Revisions

22, May 2009
Trisquel
15, Sep 2009
daniele
03, Mar 2010
quidam
22, Mar 2011
Trisquel
25, May 2011
AndrewT
13, Dec 2011
aklis
25, May 2012
trisquel.im
14, Jun 2012
vod
24, Oct 2012
aliasbody
01, Dec 2012
Reginaldo
03, Jan 2013
SirGrant
21, Jan 2013
andrew
05, Feb 2013
Khany
01, Apr 2013
SalmanMohammadi
03, May 2013
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18, Jul 2013
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19, Nov 2013
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14, Dec 2013
greenman
16, Dec 2013
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14, Feb 2014
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28, Feb 2014
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28, Jun 2014
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31, Jul 2014
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