A fully free, stable, secure, simple, lightweight and long-term support distribution

You've reached the website for Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre operating system. The Hyperbola Project is a community driven effort to provide a fully free (as in freedom) operating system that is stable, secure, simple, lightweight that tries to Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS) under a Long Term Support (LTS) way.

Derived from Arch plus stability and security from Debian, Hyperbola provides packages from it that meet the GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines (GNU FSDG) and replacements for the packages that don't meet this requirement. Packages are provided for the i686 and x86_64 architectures.

Our community is friendly and helpful. Please hop on IRC channel and check out our forums and mailing lists to get your feet wet. Also glance through our wiki if you want to learn more about Hyperbola.

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Milky Way v0.3.1 install medium release

2020-02-10

We hereby announce a new revision of Hyperbola live image and HyperTalking for Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre.

Download information can be found here.

It's FOSS interview

2020-02-08

We would like to thank It's FOSS for interviewing us about Hyperbola Project and upcoming HyperbolaBSD.

You can read about it here.

Announcing HyperbolaBSD Roadmap

2019-12-21

Due to the Linux kernel rapidly proceeding down an unstable path, we are planning on implementing a completely new OS derived from several BSD implementations.

This was not an easy decision to make, but we wish to use our time and resources to create a viable alternative to the current operating system trends which are actively seeking to undermine user choice and freedom.

This will not be a "distro", but a hard fork of the OpenBSD kernel and userspace including new code written under GPLv3 and LGPLv3 to replace GPL-incompatible parts and non-free ones.

Reasons for this include:

  • Linux kernel ...

Ensure all systems are using stable repository

2019-10-06

Now that we have released Milky Way v0.3, users are strongly advised to use only the stable repository. There may be breaking changes and instability during upcoming developments on White Hole (aka the testing release).

Debug users which are not afraid of a broken system may continue to use this bleeding edge version to report bugs, but it is not to be considered stable for daily use.

We are currently working on the following tasks:

Milky Way v0.3 install medium release

2019-09-23

We hereby announce a new release of Hyperbola live image and HyperTalking for Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre. It is the first release with LibreSSL support and adherence to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.

This version contains various bugfixes and improved stability.

Download information can be found here.

Older News

2019-09-23
Milky Way v0.3 release
2019-09-16
Server cleanup and manual migration required in 7 days
2019-08-30
Libreware is the Hyperbola official representative for business activities
2019-08-19
Site Maintenance
2019-06-05
End of X.Org support
2019-05-23
Milky Way v0.2.9 install medium release
2019-05-17
Hyperbola users are now mitigated against Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) vulnerabilities
2019-03-15
Milky Way v0.2.8 install medium release
2019-02-22
Milky Way v0.2.7 install medium release
2019-02-13
Milky Way v0.2.6 install medium release

Recent Updates in White Hole Version(more)

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emacs-xelb 0.18-3 any
libidn 1.33-1.hyperbola3 i686/x86_64
vhba-module-lts 20161009-1.hyperbola48 i686/x86_64
bbswitch-lts 0.8-31.hyperbola48 i686/x86_64
acpi_call-lts 1.1.0-42.hyperbola48 i686/x86_64
tp_smapi-lts 0.43-1.hyperbola44 i686/x86_64
linux-libre-lts 4.9.218_gnu-1 i686/x86_64
fair-viewer 1:1.0.3-1 any
pacman 5.0.2-2.hyperbola18 i686/x86_64
doas 6.6.1-1.hyperbola1 i686/x86_64
curl 7.54.0-3.hyperbola4 i686/x86_64
ispell 3.3.02-7.hyperbola1 i686/x86_64
qemu 3.1.0-2.hyperbola2.backports1 i686/x86_64
ppp 2.4.7-2.hyperbola8 i686/x86_64
emacs-magit 2.90.1-2 any