📄️ How to Install huronOS
📄️ Accessing the root user
-> Default root password is toor
📄️ Boot Options
huronOS bootloader sample image
📄️ Setting static IP
This feature is introduced as an experimental addition, designed to work exclusively with ethernet interfaces, allowing you to assign each USB device a static IP address. With this approach, the need to assign an IP address for each instance upon booting up is eliminated, particularly in cases where a DHCP server is unavailable or disabled.
📄️ Syncing Instances
Remote syncing is one of the flagship features of huronOS, allowing you to synchronize preferences, configurations, and behavior directives with several huronOS instances (running installations of huronOS) using something we call the directives file. This is a plain text file with a specific syntax known as huronOS Directives File Syntax, resulting in a .hdf file.
🗃️ Directives File
📄️ Customizing the huronOS ISO
There are many reasons to why someone would like to customize an huronOS immutable ISO. Some of the ideas could be changing the default root password, the default wallpaper, the default directives to fallback, or even the behavior of the sync manager.