znx allows the user to perform the following:
- Make parallel deployments of Linux distributions.
- Upgrade the systems in a safe (atomic) way.
- Update the images based on differential content.
For more information about how
znx works, please refer to the documentation.
In the image below, you can see
znx's boot menu.
To try it out, download the AppImage, grab a USB stick or and external drive and run with UID 0 (root):
# ./znx init /dev/sdX # ./znx deploy /dev/sdX nitrux/stable http://repo.nxos.org:8000/nitrux_release_stable
Be sure to replace
/dev/sdX with the actual device name of your device. These commands will initialize the storage device and deploy the
nitrux/stable image on the target computer. Reboot.