Understanding how we uses cookies to improve the user experience.

This page refer only to the Gnoppix website, not the application. We do not collect any data from the application.


Cookies are small pieces of text that are stored on your computer. They are used to store information about your preferences and to help you navigate the site. They are also used to track your usage of the site and to help us improve it.

We specifically use cookies for analytics purposes. This helps us understand how people use the site, how they reach it and how they interact with it.

Collected data

We collect some data to understand how users reach This data help us to know what kind of content is most viewed, if the user reaches certain pages and how they interact with the site. We also use this data to improve the site and to make it more useful, e.g. by providing you with more relevant content or by improving the existing to better meet your needs.

We use an Analytics platform called Countly to collect the needed data for statistics purposes.

Referral URLs

We use referral URLs to understand how users reach This also help us find out who is linking to the site and how they do it (reviews, blog posts, etc.).

Device type

We use device type for UX purposes. This helps us testing the website on the most used devices and to be sure that the website is compatible with them.

Browser type

Also the browser type is used for UX purposes. This helps us to understand which browsers are most used and which are not and if we should still support them.


We use language to understand which languages are most used and which are not. This helps us to improve the site and the translation support, e.g. if we should add a new language.

Operating system

We use operating system only for statistics purposes. We would be scared to find that Windows users reach this site (jk). This could help us understand if Gnoppix has an interest in other systems as well.

For any further questions or comments, please contact us on GitHub.