Linufix is Linux for Financial Information eXchange

Linufix is classified into Linufix Enterprise and Linufix Decentralize. Linufix Enterprise is dedicated to centralised Fintech and Payment backend services while Linufix Decentralize enjoys a strong presence in the world of blockchain and decentralized computing.

Download the stable ISO distributions (live and installable) by clicking on the links below. For a quicker deployment, you can also download Virtual Linufix available at the Virtualization menu.

Linufix Virtualization

Follow guidelines in Linufix Installation menu for a quick installation.

Project Plan

Linufix product roadmap and future releases in 2018

  • Branching out Linufix repository along side with Debian main repository
  • Adding support for SE Linux security modules
  • Adding support for Software Security Module
  • Adding support for PKI software platform
  • Adding support for decentralizition and blockchain
  • Adding usecases and showcases pertain to Fintech and Banking requirements and demands
  • Expanding the core development team
  • Adding Bug report and software update management
  • Linufix Installation

    Standalone ISO distributions

  • Download the latest ISO version for 64bits hardware
  • Burn the ISO file on a DVD or copy it to a USB memory stick. Use toolkits such as Rufus
  • Change the boot sequence in your BIOS. Plug the USB stick and boot from USB
  • Evaluate live Linufix and Install Linufix on your computer Linufix supports legacy MBR and UEFI BIOS modes so you can safely install it along with you current OS

  • Virtualization

  • Download and install Vagrant for your operating system
  • Download and install Virtualbox for your operating system
  • In the command line (CMD for windows or bash terminal for Linux) enter vagrant init linufix/macronodes
  • And then in the command line enter vagrant up
  • Check the virtualbox. There should be a new VM added. Right click and power off the newly added VM
  • Now power on the VM and login to Linufix with username as linufix and password as linufix
  • Case Studies

    Learn how Linufix helps banks and fintech businesses

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    Linufix is a derivative of Debian Linux and made up entirely from free software, and packages by a group of individuals who are participating in Linufix project. With the advent of cloud banking and new ventures in banking and payment industry influenced by decentralization and blockchain, there will be a need for freedom of choice when it comes to Operating System as a core building block of financial clouds. Linufix aims to deliver a robust and reliable solution to fulfil that need.

    Linufix is free

    You maybe wondering why we spend our time to write free software?! The answers are varied for people who contribute to Linufix project. Some people like to write quality codes on Linux and they enjoy it. Some others compensate what they have received as free software from others. Some people in Payment and Banking industry, on the other hand, are cautious with low quality software and inflated price of software in this industry. In Linufix, we are committed to free, robust, secure and versatile operating system that can play a significant role in future of open financial transaction processing on the clouds. We believe that cloud computing for enterprise financial services and macro computing for decentralized financial services will play a significant role in the future of Fintech industry and therefore we strive to deliver those innovations through developing Linufix!

    Contribute to Linufix Project

    Linufix is proudly sponsored by open source community, banks, and technology companies. Here is a list of our sponsors: Openeft foundation Macronodes Australia
    If you feel you can be part of this great contributions, please contact us at We will be more than happy to have you at our side.