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Garuda Linux
And choose your desktop environment from
KDE, GNOME, Xfce, Cinnamon, MATE, LXQt-kwin, Wayfire, Qtile, BSPWM, and i3wm.

Rolling Release
Garuda Linux is a rolling release distro based on Arch Linux which ensures always getting the latest software updates.

We use only one extra repo on top of Arch Linux Repos placing us very close to Arch Linux without having to install the system with CLI.

A faster more responsive Linux kernel optimized for desktop, multimedia, and gaming.

Result of a collaborative effort of kernel hackers to provide the best Linux kernel possible for everyday systems.

Ease of use
We use micro as a default terminal-based text editor that aims to be easy to use and intuitive while taking advantage of the capabilities of modern terminals.

Garuda Linux offers you GUI tools for managing system settings out of the box to make your jumpstart easier.

Always Free
Garuda Linux will always be completely free.

Focus on Performance
Our goal is to provide a distro that focuses only on performance while making it beautiful. That's why we have made some (sane) performance tweaks.

1. Improved I/O performance.
2. Automatic CPU frequency scaling depending on load.
3. ZRAM enabled by default.
4. Nohang, an OOM prevention daemon.
5. As well as Ananicy, which automatically sets nice levels on your system.

*Garuda Linux does not imply that Timeshift and BTRFS are a full backup solution. If you wish to ensure your data's security you must implement your own full data backup regimen. Garuda is not responsible in any way or manner if a data loss occurs. The user is soley responsible for ensuring the safety of their own data. Likewise, Garuda cannot guarantee that Timeshift can recover your system to a functional state in the event of a serious system breakage.

Minimum requirements
  • 30 GB storage space
  • 4 GB RAM

  • 40 GB storage space
  • 8 GB RAM
  • video card with OpenGL 3.3 or better
  • Our editions are optimized for performance on real hardware. Installing on virtual machines is not recommended as it might result in a bad experience.
  • We sacrifice extra RAM to improve the responsiveness of the system.
  • We believe in the principle "unused RAM is wasted RAM"
  • We recommend using Balena Etcher to make a bootable USB stick. You can use dd or its frontends Mintstick, Popsicle, Imagewriter, or Media writer on Linux. Do not use Rufus to flash the ISO.

Live session login details
  • Username : garuda
  • Password : garuda

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