A single UI for customizing OS images for wide variety of single-board computers

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CusDeb helps IoT developers and roboticists create problem-oriented OS images for different single-board computers

CusDeb provides value through the following

Customize

Get a basic system and build out of it an image which meets your needs.

Reduce

When solving one exact problem you don’t need extra features which universal OS images provide. Reduce all extra stuff and get a compact and fast solution.

Emulate

While you’re waiting for your device from China or UK, start working on the OS image of your dream. When it’s done, you can play with it in the emulator.

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Diversify

Don’t limit yourself with one operating system or device – try different ones and see which ones best meet your needs.

Expand

Any operating system, supported by CusDeb, includes the wide variety of software available through the official repositories. But don’t limit the system to them – expand it with the software available through pip and npm, unleashing all the power of the community of the free and open source software developers.

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Run cutting edge

While any operating system, supported by CusDeb, includes the wide variety of software, some of it might not be fresh enough. Run cutting-edge Node.js, ROS and other tools that help you with your tasks.

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CusDeb.Notes

21 April 2021

Why are GPL-licensed components removed from the FreeBSD base system

According to the FreeBSD operating system development report for the fourth quarter of 2020, the GDB debugger was removed from the FreeBSD base system and, a little earlier, so was the GCC compiler suite. These are a couple of the most striking examples of the whole bunch. In this article, we would like to tell you why this removal is happening. Read more

Open Source

CusDeb is a free and open source software; all its components, including Pieman, a script for creating custom OS images, are distributed under the Apache License 2.0. Thus, everyone can freely deploy a self-hosted CusDeb instance. Furthermore, everyone who needs only a script for creating custom OS images, can install and use Pieman separately from CusDeb.

Choose a plan that suits your needs

Free

For those who start playing with the GNU/Linux and IoT

$0.00/month

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Pro

For those who need computing power of CusDeb here and now with no limit

$19.95/month

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Enterprise

For those who need extended functionality in CusDeb

Custom pricing

based on your requirements