Welcome to the Phyllome OS wiki!
In this wiki, you will find guides about how to install, use and hack Phyllome OS, as well as more general information about open-source virtualization and the project behind this specialized OS.
If you want to learn more about it, its goal and the context around it, have a look at the white-paper.
This section is meant to help users prepare their computers to host Phyllome OS, pick the version that will suit their needs, understand Phyllome OS' limitations, and install it.
Phyllome OS is not production-ready. The alpha version has been released on November the 15h, 2021. The beta version is expected somewhere in 2022. And the production-ready version will be released when it is done. As of November 2021, it is a self-funded, experimental and mostly solo project, but contributions are welcome!
This section is meant to introduce uses of Phyllome OS in a general way.
Although Phyllome OS thrives to pick good defaults that will work for many guest systems, further optimizations may be needed.
This section is meant to introduce the execution of particular taks on Phyllome OS. Some of these tasks will be rendered obsolete with newer Phyllome OS versions.
In this section, the context around Phyllome OS is explained and its internals are described
In this section, the focus is on KVM virtualization and its associated tools, including QEMU, the Linux kernel, libvirt, etc., mostly in the context of Phyllome OS.