YunoHost is a special version of Linux which makes it much easier to host your own online free open source services. It works on many kinds of hardware including cheap small computers like the Raspberry Pi.

You can follow the project at:

➡️ @[email protected] (main account, in English and French)

➡️ @[email protected] (videos, in French)

More info from the official website at yunohost.org

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I guess. It's a webapp package system that installs on Debian.

Feels weird calling that "a version of Linux", but I guess, sort of...

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@TerryHancock @FediFollows @yunohost realistically it's not too weird.

A Linux distribution (distro) is just someone pre-selecting the packages, software, and configuration, to ship, with a Linux kernel, as a working, running, usable system.

By that definition, it's unconventional, but still fits the bill. Just instead of being intended to be run as a single system, it's meant to host other app packages.

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