For culture and information to circulate freely and unbiased, media activists, artists and creatives need to be independent from corporate alienation. Dynebolic is an Operating System and a practical tool for multimedia production: it enables the manipulation and broadcasting of both audio and video with tools to record, edit, encode, stream, and publish. Dyne:bolic automatically recognizes most device and peripherals: audio, video, TV, network cards, firewire, usb and more; all using only free software!
Fediverse users are invited to contribute with memes, questions and/or discussions on the Dyne:bolic Lemmy
Dyne:bolic is a GNU+Linux distribution recommended by the Free Software Foundation: no proprietary software is inside, no closed source firmware, no hockus pockus. Everything is transparent and can be peer reviewed. All of this without ever compromising with the expression creatives rely on.
You are free to study, modify, redistribute and even sell this Operating System, as long you grant the same freedom to your peers.
Dyne:bolic is designed to run on copmuters with extremly low ressources (Dyne:bolic III was benchmarked at Pentium2 processors with 256MB RAM). It can even run in ram: not even a harddisk is required.
Unleash the full potential of computers, including second hand machines. Let’s put an end to consumerism and use what already exists to its full potential.
The Dyne:bolic Operating System is about resilience and digital resistance. In a reality where governments and corporation are excercising control by monitoring the way people communicate, hackers, creatives and citizens of the digital era have a common interest in keeping their computing sovereign. To accomplish this, sharing knowledge is paramount.
Liberate yourself from mental slavery. Embrace sovereign communication. Free your mind, open the source!
Dyne:bolic Operating System does not include any cloud-service and does not establish background communications without the consent of the user.
Dyne:bolic also includes support for strong encryption of private data, thanks to Dyne.org’s Tomb.
More than the means of media playback, Dyne:bolic includes free software for the production of professional grade multimedia.
For everything you can see and play, Dyne:bolic includes the software to create it. This Operating System lets you express yourself, without the need to rent a license or install additional components. Dyne:bolic was built to make it possible for people to be the independent producers of their own story. Not just content creators for corporate platforms or consumers of information.
Since its birth in 2000, Dyne:bolic has been redistributed by several magazines and adopted by universities, community initiatives, medialabs and public institutions around the World.
Dyne:bolic is a multimedia studio that you simply pop into any computer and start it up, instantly turning it into a Linux/GNU system without affecting existing things on your computer.
- Independent UK “Top 10 open source in 2005”
Readers with older Windows PCs can use Dyne:bolic to run the GNU/Linux version of Pure Data on their machine without affecting their Windows installation, creating audio files in GNU/Linux before transferring them into their sequencer.
- Adam Armfield, “Sound on Sound”, 2006
It has all the right apps for an artist to express his creativity, without the headache of installing and configuring them. It includes some of the best free and open source tools with which you can compose music, mix video streams, and create 3-D animations.
- Mayank Sharma, Linux.com, 2007
1.4 GB ISO, Run from DVD, USB or VM
Codename: MUNIR – released in September 2011
MD5 sum 23371b38a375dfd5efb88872a336c6db dynebolic-3.0.0-beta.iso
File integrity verifiable using Jaromil’s old key 0xF6D3FBD9C2B68E39