USB-Sticks with Debian GNU/Linux
Debian is a GNU/Linux distribution consisting exclusively of free software.
It contains the operating system and a wide range of application programs, tools and utilities, along with a matching kernel.
The name Debian is derived from the first names of Debian founder Ian Murdock and his wife Debra.
Debian is known for its APT package management system. This makes it comparatively easy to replace old versions of Debian with current versions or install new software packages. It also tries to install all the programs that the selected program needs (resolve dependencies).