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What is Project Trident?

Project Trident is a desktop-focused operating system based on Void Linux. It uses the Lumina desktop as well as a number of self-developed utilities to provide an easy-to-use system that both beginners and advanced system administrators can feel comfortable running 247.

Benefits of Project Trident

  • Privacy: No advertisements. No tracking. No reporting of “metrics” on your computer activity.
  • Encryption: All user data is encrypted by default. Keep your information safe!
  • No Cost: sponsorships gladly accepted but not required.
  • Regular Updates: The Void repositories are updated daily.
  • Always ready: No need to wait for OS or application updates before using your system. Perform updates only when you are ready.
  • Stable: Keep it running all day, every day, without loss of performance.
  • Open-source: All the source code for Project Trident is freely available on GitHub for audit and enhancement by anyone.

Recent Articles

Void Linux 20.09 updates

2020-09-14

The 20.09 updates for the Project Trident packages, as well as an updated version of the installer routine are now available! [New] trident-automount This is a backend daemon for Void Linux systems which monitors udev events and generates XDG desktop shortcuts for removable devices within the “/media” directory. For browsing file-storage devices, trident-automount will automatically configure some autofs rules which allow these devices to be dynamically browsed via the “/browse/[devicename]” directories....

20.08 Installation Update

2020-08-25

The installation routine for Project Trident has been updated! The release/20.08 version of the installer has a few significant changes: The zfsbootmenu utility has had several new releases upstream, and changed the configuration file format for the tool significantly. This version of the installer updates our handling of this utility and ensures that zfsbootmenu is configured properly once again. If you previously installed PT and afterward it booted into rEFInd without any option to then boot the system, that was caused by the zfsbootmenu issue and is fixed now....

Void Linux 20.06 updates

2020-06-30

The 20.06 updates for the Project Trident packages, as well as an updated version of the installer routine are now available! Installer routine: release/20.06 This can be used by selecting the “release/20.06” version of the install script when prompted in the installer. Note that the netinstall ISO has not been changed. There is simply a new version of the installer routine available for it to bootstrap and use. Main Changes:...

Void Linux 20.04 updates

2020-05-01

The 20.04 package updates for the Project Trident packages are now available! The main changes to the packages (aside from the general package updates from Void itself) are: trident-core 20.04 Better flow and checks for developers GOPATH is automatically set/used for go-based binaries. Snapshots of the docker dataset will now get auto-pruned after a week. This will prevent the system from clogging up with disused snapshots leftover from running docker build....