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Latest Stable Release - 1.1Released April 4, 2018
Fully Supported until December 31, 2019
Guide for Upgrading to Cucumber Linux 1.1
Old Stable Release - 1.0Released July 10, 2017
Fully Supported until September 30, 2018
We strongly recommend using Cucumber Linux 1.1 for all new installations instead of Cucumber Linux 1.0.
Old and development versions no longer listed above can be found on the all downloads page.
The installation ISOs, binary packages and source tree are available for download via http at http://mirror.cucumberlinux.com/cucumber/ or rsync at rsync://mirror.cucumberlinux.com/cucumber/. The current tree is the current development branch. This is where all the interesting stuff happens. It is also the tree you should patch. The other trees represent the various other releases.
Basic Edition ISO vs. Full Edition ISO
Starting with snapshot 2017-01-06 the distribution has grown too large to fit on a single CD. In order to deal with this dilema, we will be releasing two ISO images per architecture for each release. The first image is the basic ISO. This image contains only the base package groups, but still fits on a single CD. The second is the full ISO which contains all of the available packages. It is over 700 MB in size though, so it will require a DVD or USB flash drive. For more information about this see the Basic vs. Full Edition page.
To help people who are new to Cucumber Linux we have created a handy installation guide, which is available at this wiki page.
For the best results when installing Cucumber Linux, your computer should meet the following requirements:
Purchase an Installation CD/DVD
If you would rather not download an ISO image yourself, Cucumber Linux also sells official installation media. The cost is $4 (plus shipping) for the basic editions, and $5 (plus shipping) for the full editions. We currently only ship to the Contiguous United States.
We will be creating a better store in the future. In the interim, please email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org to make a purchase.
Thanks to the friendly folks at sourceforge.net for hosting the Cucumber Linux project!