New installer available: RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso


ATTENTION: Due to the change from xapps to xapp in Arch Linux, the installer had to be recompiled.

IMPORTANT NOTE: During the installer version changes, its availability on our server 2 will be delayed a bit.

NOTE: The installer uses the new cosmic file format implemented by RebornOS. It is important to note that the rest of the installers will no longer be operational once the old cosmic files are removed from our repositories (NOTE: The old comsic files have been removed from our repository on July 1st, 2020), so it is recommended to download this one.

The cosmic files of RebornOS are the tool that allows the installer to know what to use and, in addition, once in the final systems, allows the user to count on the improvements that RebornOS adds from now on, since they are in charge of maintaining the system updated with the last added modifications.

If you have RebornOS already installed and you want to use these new files, you can read how to proceed in the following document in our Wiki.

If you wish to continue without the changes, your system will continue to work, but you will not get the improvements and changes that RebornOS implements.

GNOME installation is done without dash to panel, to avoid problems when changing the desktop version. By default, the following extensions will be activated: Kstatusnotifieritem/appindicator support (system tray), pamac updates indicator, removable drive menu, Screenshot window sizer, and User themes.

LXQt now uses lightdm to access the desktop.

earlyoom is enabled by default on all desktops.

The Gufw firewall (Uncomplicated Firewall) is installed on all desktops, but disabled by default.



RebornOS has the following official download sites:

Our OSDN download page.
Our download page on Sourceforge.

From our servers.

Main server

Mirror in Europe

Direct download links:

From our server 1: ISO Torrent

From our server 2: ISO Torrent

From OSDN: ISO Torrent

From Sourceforge: ISO Torrent


ISO Signatures:
MD5: 572da734aee6053347327656948fa5d7
SHA1: 18e7ad37f8f04e13824e45002833593653e88973
SHA256: 09d7e794e37090c97ed9e1b7f41d513acd1a1f4f7ac6e483fc1981208cb7c2b5

How to use this? Open terminal and run:

md5sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso
sha1sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso
sha256sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso


Torrent Signatures:
MD5: 849e1d3792b00c9d6bd7920b7bf87c6f
SHA1: 77e442d9f2796e515b7c46a4258701d104f48f30
SHA256: ee81da262282fa7eb8d2548e5152cad80b9333169f6ad94a5d6eef0a7f5b4298

How to use this? Open terminal and run:

md5sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso.torrent
sha1sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso.torrent
sha256sum RebornOS-2020.09.01-x86_64.iso.torrent


We also have a trial version of this same installer with a kernel for Macbook, which can be downloaded at the moment only from OSDN:

NOTE: This version has been updated.

RebornOS-Mac-2020.07.30-x86_64.iso (there is no torrent for this version):



ISO Signature:

MD5: c3417b27ae661fac710920583920f36c
SHA1: b7bca7bb4ea20c047efde69f8bb461081d318e55
SHA256: 282af248d9f4e797bb1909f63a25fa82d02ab8ea686f86c0319689b82dcb0cce

How to use this? Open terminal and run:

md5sum RebornOS-Mac-2020.07.30-x86_64.iso
sha1sum RebornOS-Mac-2020.07.30-x86_64.iso
sha256sum RebornOS-Mac-2020.07.30-x86_64.iso

NOTE: Why is the kernel of the Macbook version not updated?
There is a bug in 5.7.x (5.7.4) i915 driver that causes freeze on boot with some intel integrated gpus (a1398 is affected).
Not updating this package until the upstream issue is resolved.


RebornOS-ARM Release Candidate 1 OSDN Download OSDN Download OSDN Download



File Signature:

MD5: de5f83c88185a458c940cf227b913e39
SHA1: 40a4442e5e1697e19180b8255ef0a2cdf632970d
SHA256: 5ad978845b7896891b6bc2ed4e315fa0a7033025b5797a2364ad2b920ec1e520

How to use this? Open terminal and run:


MD5: 2f4bc31f6a073fcdb1bb4983645a74fe
SHA1: de1cc056c0de7154c1fe75397540d2d50010bb05
SHA256: fb88cb468116fa79d6d25c139c09232f93a0d9a3ad30998c413c11d0e657c9d5

How to use this? Open terminal and run:


MD5: 2d29af0fdca8eef7ce5aed74236dc214
SHA1: f5f509c2d2e1d8c94f4f09ae8a0cfe397e61c7aa
SHA256: 56c0be0ee17d2501c855f2fa27a7cce1bc00bd2114aa708b45d042a3e3d95b43

How to use this? Open terminal and run:



For more information on installation, access the RebornOS-ARM page on OSDN.






(1). REMEMBER: Secure boot must be disabled.

(2). RebornOS comes with EarlyOOM enabled by default on all desktops.

(3). The following instructions are recommended to properly configure pamac and avoid errors.

pamac performs the updates (and the installations of the different packages) within RebornOS. There may be some problem when using it with its default configuration, as it is preconfigured to work with four parallel downloads. To solve the possible inconveniences, these parallel downloads will be adjusted so that they are only one. Also, pamac can work with AUR. If you only use the Arch Linux and RebornOS repositories (and do not use anything from AUR), you can disable this option.

In the video you can observe the procedure. Keep in mind that when you select Preferences, you will be asked to enter your user’s password (something that is not requested here, since the demonstration was recorded from the RebornOS installer, where the password is disabled):


(4). pamac currently has support for flatpak on RebornOS.


Installation environments offered:
(1). Base install

Deskstops offered:
(1). Budgie
(2). Cinnamon
(3). Deepin
(4). GNOME
(5). i3
(6). KDE
(7). LXQt
(8). MATE
(9). Openbox
(10). Pantheon
(11). XFCE


Installation options offered:
(1). Adds accessibility packages
(2). Applications to Perform System Mainetnance
(3). Arch User Repository (AUR) Support
(4). Bluetooth Support
(5). Broadcom Driver Support
(6). Chromium Web Browser
(7). Common Photo editing Programs for Linux
(8). Common Video Editing Programs for Linux
(9). Desktop Email Client (Thunderbird)
(10). Dropbox
(11). Firefox Developer Edition
(12). Firefox Web Browser
(13). FreeOffice
(14). Google Chrome
(15). Hardware Analysis
(16). Kernel (LTS version)
(17). LibreOffice
(18). Nautilus File Manager
(19). Nemo File Manager
(20). Opera Web Browser
(21). Popular Games for Linux
(22). Power Saving
(23). Printing Support
(24). QOwnNotes
(25). Redshift
(26). Run Windows Programs on Linux
(27). Spell Check
(28). Spotify
(29). Steam + PlayonLinux
(30). Support for Firewire Devices
(31). Vivaldi Web Browser
(32). VLC
(33). Wallpapers Cycler
(34). Windows Sharing SMB
(35). WPS Office


NOTE: LibreOffice, Firefox, Firefox for Developers, and Thunderbird will also install the language packs, which will correspond to the language chosen during the installation process.

(1). The Gnome installation has a customization.
(2). The Cinnamon installation comes with the default Mint-Y theme.
(3). UFW is installed by default, even though it is turned off. To run it look for GUFW (the shortcut to GUFW has been fixed in this installer).
(4). EarlyOOM is activated by default.

(1). Apricity
(2). Enlightenment
(3). Windows (Cinnamon looking Windows)

NOTE 1: These desktops have problems, and because they are difficult to keep up to date, they are removed from the installer.

NOTE 2: Keegan will try to recover the Apricity installation.