Zeroshell

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Zeroshell
DeveloperFulvio Ricciardi
OS familyUnix-like
Working stateCurrent
Source modelOpen source
PlatformsIA-32, ARM
Kernel typeMonolithic
LicenseGNU GPL
Official websitewww.zeroshell.org

Zeroshell is a small open-source Linux distribution for servers and embedded systems which aims to provide network services.[1][2] Its administration relies on a web-based graphical interface; no shell is needed to administer and configure it. Zeroshell is available as Live CD and CompactFlash images, and VMware virtual machines.

Zeroshell can be installed on any IA-32 computer with almost any Ethernet interface. It can also be installed on most embedded devices and single-board computers such as Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi.[3]

The project reached EOL in April of 2021.[4]

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  1. ^ Zeroshell | LinuxBSDos.com
  2. ^ 13 weird and wonderful niche Linux distros of 2018 | TechRadar
  3. ^ Supported Hardware - Zeroshell Linux Router
  4. ^ "Zeroshell End of Life". 18 April 2021.

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