Adamantix ISO file

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Hi,
Does anyone here has an Adamantix ISO file ?
The date is not important for me.

Thanks in advance, HGStyle.
 


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Alas, there's no download link there - nor at any of the links on the page. I checked and gave up. It's a distro from almost 20 years ago - and not an overly popular one. I even found a specific .iso name and found nothing - not even at archive.org...

OP is gonna have to hope for someone with better Google-fu than I have.

The current 'adamantix.org' is some provider that seems to include webhosting and TV, with a site that doesn't actually have much in the way of information and is so slow in loading... So very slow (at least when I was there)...
 
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I know there is no download links on adamantix.org, and i searched in the Internet Archive, but there is nothing like an ISO file. I thinked it's can be a good idea to ask on a Linux forum the question, maybe someone has an ISO in his old download folder, or on his old USB key...
 

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Yes. I know ArchiveOS is a cool website to download iso files. But, no iso.
 

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Yes. I know ArchiveOS is a cool website to download iso files. But, no iso.

It seems Adamantix was once called "Trusted Debian". I wonder how far this is from just Debian?
(at least a Debian circa 2007 version). Is Debian still making 32bit (i386) versions?
 

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Is Debian still making 32bit (i386) versions?
Yes, they are... here are the latest "pure Debian" desktop editions. Or latest i386+nonfree desktop editions are here. These provide a base for others to provide 32-bit distros too, such as MX Linux, antiX, and Slax. Support for 32-bit seems to be a little less each year, but it ain't dead yet. Maybe the OP could find a suitable substitute among the many choices Debian now offers.
 
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To test it
Based on DistroWatch's description, it's a security-focussed Debian based distro. But it's now dead, and an old ISO would likely no longer be considered secure by modern definitions.

There are other more modern security-focussed distros available, depending on your needs.

Also, as I said in this thread, your computer is only as private/secure as you make it, no matter the distro.

That's about all I can offer, since you don't really specify why you are targeting Adamantix, or whether other distros would suffice.
 
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Yeah, I allready know the distro is dead.
But it's simply for tests, and not to use it everyday.
 
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