|Linux 18.104.22.168||Intel 32-bits (i386)||ISO-9660 CD-ROM image||DeforaOS-daily.iso (currently not functional)|
|Linux 2.6.34-20101212.git049b71de||ARM (armel)||u-boot image (Openmoko Freerunner)||Hackable1-Openmoko-Freerunner-phone-dse2-rootfs.jffs2, and optionally Hackable1-Openmoko-Freerunner-phone-dse2-splash.gz|
|Linux 2.6.34-20101212.git049b71de||ARM (armel)||MicroSD image (Openmoko Freerunner)||Hackable1-Openmoko-Freerunner-phone-dse2.tar.gz, and optionally Hackable1-Openmoko-Freerunner-phone-dse2-splash.gz|
|Linux||ARM (armel)||MicroSD image (HTC TouchPro)||Hackable1-HTC-TouchPro-phone-dse2.tar.gz|
The complete source code of the project can be obtained via CVS, as the DeforaOS module on cvs.defora.org.
You can install CVS and then run the following command to download the sources:
$ cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/Data/CVS co DeforaOS
Alternatively, it is possible to browse through the code with the CVS web interface.
A downloadable archive is also generated daily.
Each project has its own homepage, with a list of downloadable material. They are listed here.
Some formal releases are also gathered in different places.
A number of releases are already available. They are also sorted as a filesystem hierarchy.
Binaries are available from different projects:
- on opkg.org for the Openmoko phones
- in the hackable:1 software distribution for hackable devices
- in the pkgsrc-wip packages for NetBSD in particular
- in the Arch User Repository (AUR) for the Arch Linux distribution
Some parallel projects, documentation, and older content can also be found on khorben's page, and on the FTP server, which can be accessed through HTTP too.