Hamara is more than an operating system

Hamara is a vision of an open source system of exchange: of skills, knowledge and ideas. Technology as an empowering platform of democracy, collaboration and social responsibility.

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Open-source technology builds communities.

With access to the technology resources and knowledge-base, it is possible to create under the Hamara brand an opportunity space for access to plans and examples of real-world implementations of revolutionary power, information, and education resources.

By sharing knowledge and more importantly by creating an awareness of sharing ideas and innovation, the concept of Do it Yourself (DIY) can be applied to Electronics and Infrastructure to be made more available to the common man.

Hamara is free to download, share and use on any compatible device.


Whether you're a coder, designer or user, we'd love to have your contribution to the project.


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Free and open, with access to vast technology resources and a thriving knowledge base.


Developing and embracing new technologies to make Hamara more available to the common man.


Built on Open Source technology – safe, secure and fully supported by our development team.


Become part of the Hamara community and help to shape the direction of the operating system.

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Create local repo structure using apt-ftparchive

apt-ftparchive is used for generating index files. I'm mentioning following steps to create index files out of existing pool directory. Go to the directory in which pool and dists directory are placed. If you want to create dists from scratch...

Beta Release of Hamara Sugam 2.0

Greetings everyone, on the 9th of June we presented to you, the Alpha release of Hamara Sugam 2.0 . Now we are excited to present to you the Beta Release of Hamara Sugam. Hamara Sugam is the lighter version of Hamara Linux targeted at computers with low...

Hamara Sugam Alpha Release

At Hamara Linux we're pleased to have reached an alpha release of Hamara Sugam 2.0. The 2.0 release track represents our move from the distro being based on Ubuntu towards Debian - The Universal operating system. We feel that basing on Debian aligns with our goal of...