KduxOS is a lightweight Linux distro based on Arch Linux, it aims to provide a better out-of-the-box installation. It comes with terminal based utilities like neovim, tmux, and ranger. There’s currently two versions, desktop and standard. The desktop version comes with a graphical session using OpenBox, polybar, and jgmenu. The standard version is a text based release that gives users the most basic experience with KduxOS.
KduxOS’s Live CD bootloader.
The custom desktop environment using OpenBox, polybar, and jgmenu with the menu open and spacefm (the default file manager) running.
The custom jgmenu which can be opened by clicking menu, pressing
Win, or by right clicking on the desktop and choosing “Open Application Menu”.
A few dockapps opened which requires the packages to be installed.