You've reached the website for BBQLinux, a user-friendly Linux distribution made for Android developers.
It has everything on board to build AOSP or AOSP-based Distributions like OmniROM or CyanogenMod. BBQLinux is based on Arch Linux and is using a Rolling Release Development Model which means it is getting continually updated and upgraded. It will never be necessary to re-install a later release of BBQLinux. It is fully compatible with Arch Linux and is using the same package repos.
You can test bbqlinux without doing any modifications to your computer using our live media.
Username: bbqlinux Password: bbqlinux
If the welcome screen doesn't come up after you've updated lightdm-bbqlinux-greeter to version 1.8.4 please make sure the greeter session is configured properly in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf
New Live-Image "bbqlinux-2014.03.16-x86_64.iso" is now available via sourceforge.
md5sum: de6602922041aceb90c37b08ba7f3c04 bbqlinux-2014.03.16-x86_64.iso
The Live-Image "bbqlinux-2013.12.15-x86_64.iso", which some of you have already tested, is now available via sourceforge.
We're currently reworking our whole website.
If you wonder why some stuff is broken or moving around, that's fully expected!
You can watch it growing day by day and give use feedback via Google+.
If you're interested to help out, contact us.
For security reasons we've started to sign our packages using GPG, like arch already does for their repos.
You can get the needed public keys by installing the "bbqlinux-keyring" package from our repos.
To make pacman only trusting signed packages the required change to your pacman config would look like this
(remove "SigLevel = Optional TrustAll" from the bbqlinux repo entry)