create script nicer to look for me
Quickly download, create and run VM of any#TODO operating system.
Click on Hop for latest download
Licensed under AGPL3
As a base excellent quickemu (Link to project page)
You can download new distro with few clicks of a mouse
GUI using yad
TUI using fzf
Desktop(shortcuts) entries generator
Set dir where VMs will be stored
Install DistroHopper systemwide
Portable mode (dependecies still must be installed)
Add new operating system to quickget (bit easier)
Copy all downloaded ISOs to destination directory
Translate DistroHopper (Currently supported English and Czech language)
Developed in English and translated into Czech language.
Because I wanna learn
And contribute to open source
play with Quickemu
And easily add new distros to it
You need fullfill the requirement first...
For Ubuntu, Arch and nixos systems the ppa, AUR or nix packaging will take care of the dependencies. For other host distributions or operating systems it will be necessary to install the above requirements or their equivalents.
If you install DistroHopper, it should take care of dependencies on Arch, Debian, Ubuntu, openSuse and Fedora
wget yad fzf
quickemu is included
For adding new distros, or adding/improving translations you will need also meld.
You need get copy of distrohopper
If you want more stable experience, download latest release from
If you want latest developer version... (could have bugs and break anytime)
Or you want translate DistroHopper
git clone https://github.com/oSoWoSo/DistroHopper
Enter created/unpacked distrohopper directory
Now you should be good to go...
Just run from terminal
And you will see what next...
I am usually run DistroHopper as:
./dh m r s l && ./dh i && dh g
All desktop files will be storred in your .config/distrohopper in directories ready and supported
Fell free to copy them anywhere you want...
Also with posible planned: in discusion
(check the software! even if you don't want chat about DistroHopper) Simplex website
GUI depends on
TUI depends on
Everything done on
For Homepage click on Hop
@zen0bit at github