Chakra is a free, user-friendly and extremely powerful liveCD and/or distrolet based on the award winning K Desktop Environment and on the GNU/Linux distribution for connoisseurs: Arch Linux.
Chakra was born on the net, in a small shady corner of the Freenode network, where the KDEmod developers met one day and decided to create an awesome little liveCD based on Arch Linux. Of course these goals had to be emphasized a little bit more, and soon after the initial thoughts and discussions they started to write up plans, schedules and of course develop like there is no tomorrow, while not forgetting the fun and keeping it relaxed. A lot of efforts, time and countless hours of writing code and testing stuff have been put into it so far, and that is just the beginning...
Developers goal with Chakra is to provide a operating system for desktops that is easy to use, but still has all the functionality, clarity, power and speediness of a KISS operating system. In the long term, they want to build an operating system based on Arch Linux that meets most requirements desktop users have today, like easy installation of software, graphical system administration, configuring power management on mobile devices or sharing an internet connection. To be better able to fulfill this goal, they strongly rely on users who report bugs, send in feature requests and ideas for improvements, and of course participate in development.
Although this might sound like a distro for Linux newbies, these are not our primary target audience, at least not for the moment. Chakra is made for techy people and competent GNU/Linux users with a passion for KDE, KISS and such stuff, who dont fear to get their hands dirty but want to set up a usable desktop system quickly and easily.
"Free software" is a matter of liberty, not just price. Chakra and all its appendant software and scripts are free software, as in “free speech”, not as in “free beer”. Authors are proud to develop free software, because it makes a difference. However, to offer their users the smoothest possible experience they occasionally bend the rules and bundle proprietary drivers and software if no viable free alternative is available. As they also believe in choice, all proprietary software can be disabled at system startup (for drivers) and in our installer (for anything else).
Have iso both for i686 and x86_64