JCCHOME Linux - Server/Workstation Distribution

JCCHOME Linux is a Debian testing based distrobution.  This gives the user access to newer packages than even Fedora or Ubuntu in most cases.  Several packages are pulled directly from git sources, depending on how dependable they are.

A couple of the things that really set this version apart, are the immediate upstream “vanilla” kernel availability, and the suite of management software, written specifically to help a user manage several tasks:

  • Docker Management

    Deploy the latest version of docker and start deploying containers in minutes

  • Samba4 Active Directory

    Deploy a primary or backup active directory server in a couple of minutes. Simply answer a few questions and you're off

  • Easy System Management

    Start right away with a menu designed to help you do anything you need to do, like manage networking or install feature sets

  • LAMP Server

    Install and manage a complete LAMP Server with the push of a button. Select a PHP version and easily manage MariaDB-Server (MySQL Compatible)

  • Hypervisor

    Setup a complete hypervisor using QEMU-KVM and libvirt. With the GUI installed, use virt-manager to manage your system. Easily perform live migrations and installations. There's also special utilities to help ease backup and restore processes. The backup utility automatically computes checksums against backups and the restore utility automatically verifies these before the restore begins

  • Kernel Management

    The latest and Longterm kernels are available for use and the system automatically keeps the latest 3 installed so you have prior kernels to fall back on

  • Automatic Updates

    There's an automatic update utility which can be called to update everything on a schedule you choose, or manually if you like. Updates can be hard to manage, and can even break things. This utility takes the hardship out of managing updates and even handles when updates don't complete correctly, the next time it's run.

  • GUI Management

    You can automatically install GUI's such as GNOME, Cinnamon, KDE, and LXDE from the server management tool