Luis Lavaire edited this page Jan 15, 2019 · 20 revisions

znx is a tool that lets you deploy multiple operating systems and keep them updated without having to repartition the drives. It's all about simplicity and reliability.

znx is not:

  • A hypervisor (what creates virtual machines).
  • A container technology.

It's designed to work on UEFI systems. znx will create a GPT partition table on a device and write a bootloader into the EFI System Partition. From that moment, you can deploy, update and remove operating systems as single-file ISO images. The bootloader (GRUB2) will make them available on boot. znx will help you keep them updated while making the update process absolutely safe.

Here you will find more information about how the tool works, what it does and the motivations behind it.

znx's boot screen.

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