Finnix, the LiveCD for system administrators
Finnix is my personal project, but it does take resources to produce. If you would like to help the Finnix projects, there are a number of options available to you.
If you are not interested in stickers, you can still of course donate less than $10. A donation of any amount is gladly appreciated.
Host Virtual provides datacenter space and bandwidth for the main Finnix services, such as the finnix.org web site.
Linode provides development and testing resources, community support and a number of mirrors to the Finnix project.
At the top-right corner of Finnix web pages, there is an unobtrusive Google ad block. If you see something that interests you, don't be afraid to click the ad. Every little bit helps.
I am currently looking for the following hardware to better test and develop Finnix:
- Intel-based Macs (Intel Mac mini or Mac Pro desired)
- A working 486 system, preferably with a PCI controller
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make shipping arrangements, thank you.
Here are the individuals and businesses that have contributed funds to the development of Finnix. Contributions of $50 or more are in bold. Note that this list includes only donations; people who purchased merchandise from the old Finnix store are not listed.
|Ethan Brown||United States||$10.00|
|CFX Music||United States||$5.00|
|David Comeau||United States||$20.00|
|Scott Dunlop||United States||$20.00|
|Ed Grether||United States||$5.00|
|JAP van Vliet||Netherlands||$5.00|
|Colin Jarvis||United States||$20.00|
|Dino Morelli||United States||$20.00|
|Matthew Nordhoff||United States||$20.02|
|Abraham Ruvalcaba||United States||$20.00|
|Si Kwon Quan||Canada||$25.00|
|Robert Svec||United States||$20.00|
|Ryan Tucker||United States||$40.96|
- Donations are not tax deductible, and are considered revenue paid to Velociraptor Aerospace Dynamics, a Nevada limited liability company which legally manages Finnix.