The eznixOS is a respin of Debian GNU/Linux, currently based on the Debian Stable release. The Debian live-build tool is used to build the ISO and the complete build files are located in /usr/share/eznixOS117X1 and /usr/share/eznixOS117K2 for the Xfce and Plasma builds.
The current releases are eznixOS117X1-amd64.iso and eznixOS117K2-amd64.iso. The numbering scheme is 117 that corresponds to Debian release 11.7 and the X1 for Xfce and K2 for Plasma. Complete build docs and configuration files are in the eznix117X1.tar and eznix117K2.tar files.
Live System : username: user password: live
Welcome to eznixOS
The eznixOS is a respin of Debian GNU/Linux, currently based on the Debian 11 Bullseye release. The Debian live-build tool is used to build the ISO and I have included a folder located under /usr/share/eznixOS117K2/eznix117K2 containing all the necessary build files and build script used to create the respin. I include all the files with the aim to help educate those willing to learn how to build your own live-build created Debian respins.
This respin was built by my bldeznix117K2 script but can also be built identically by following the prepare-howto.txt and bldeznix117K2-howto.txt files. The build process has been completely automated as long as you do not need to make any adjustments. The bldeznix117K2 will build a complete respin of Debian Bullseye with all of the eznixOS customizations. If you want to utilize the script to produce your own respin, you will need to edit various parts of the script. The script is documented and should be easy enough to rework into something personal for you.
The ISO contains all the eznixOS build related files inside the /usr/share/eznixOS117K2/eznix117K2 folder. Any changes to the files or the folder names must be represented in the bldeznix117K2 script. The script relies on certain folder names and files to operate correctly. Read the comments in the bldeznix117K2 script and the prepare-howto.txt and bldeznix117K2-howto.txt files for guidance. The /eznix117K2 folder must reside in the same directory as the bldeznix117K2 script. Anything can be changed to suit your needs, but the changes must be identical in both the script and the folder structure around it.
The ezadmin tool is a small script with a menu driven interface that performs a few basic functions. Please take a look at the ezadmin-howtow.txt on the Desktop of eznixOS.
You can run the ezadmin script as root to perform its functions. Use "su -l" to root in a terminal and issue the command: "ezadmin" to execute the script. Read the documentation for the ezadmin script BEFORE using it. The functions are serious and the changes are not easy to reverse once done. Have fun.