PEUX OS -| [ POS ]

| Beautiful, minimal, secure, and highly customized Archlinux-distro


Customized Environment

POS uses customized XFCE as its default-version. BTRFS is the default filesystem with autosnap enabled. It is the first distro to use Polybar in XFCE as its default panel. Aiming to have a minimal desktop and yet beautiful.

Beautiful yet Secure

POS doesn't only look good. It is tied with apps that will help you secure your data and privacy. You can sandbox your applications, do anonymous surfing among many other things. OH! btw "FISH" is the default shell.

Apps & Packages

PACMAN is the default CLI package manager along with yay as an alternative. For GUI, we are using Pamac-Manager and Bauh (ba-oo), but that may vary from one desktop flavor to the other.


Official Versions


Peux OS comes with four different desktop flavors: XFCE, LXQt, Gnome, and KDE. XFCE is the flagship. Out of these four versions: KDE, LXQt, and XFCE are the highly configured ones. Gnome has been included because of its minimalism and stability.

Please note that if you are using UnetBootin/Etcher, then the boot process is likely going to fail. To make a bootable USB, use Rufus-dd mode / dd - CLI mode / Multiwriter / Mintstick / Ventoy.

**Note: All the older versions of Peux OS would be moved to the archive folder within the respective flavor's directory that is present in SourceForge. The focus is to keep it minimal rather than lightweight. You can download Peux OS from any of the below available sites. This project will improve with time.**

Release notes can be found here >> release-notes

Highlights from Mini-Notes

Let's Connect!

Communication - is the key, ain't it? I am not great at conversations, but I learned as much as possible from conversations that I've had with people over the years. That's why I'm pretty sure that we can be great friends ;)

Below are the links, let's have a lil' chit-chat.



Peux OS is free and will always be free. Someone suggested me to keep this section because most of the time people don't check the website-footer ( I am one of them ).

This is a choice, if you want to help through donations then by all means chip in that money. Any of the buttons below would take you there: