GeckoLinux 423.171028.16 beta released, Linux distribution based on openSUSE.

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GeckoLinux 423.171028.16 beta released. GeckoLinux derives from the openSUSE distribution, which is characterized by elegance and out-of-the-box accessibility for the desktop. The release features a number of desktop styles that can be installed from a self-starting CD. OpenSUSE default installation, there is some open source software due to obstruction in the absence of patents, but they are included in the GeckoLinux.

Features

  • Eight (8) editions: Cinnamon, XFCE, Gnome, Plasma, Mate, Budgie, LXQt, and “BareBones”
  • “Static” releases based on openSUSE Leap
  • “Rolling” releases based on openSUSE Tumbleweed
  • An installable live DVD / USB image around 1GB in size
  • Individual editions for many different popular desktop environments with a pleasant default configuration
  • Carefully selected open source desktop programs and proprietary media codecs pre-installed and ready to use
  • Beautiful open source font rendering configured out of the box
  • Optimal power management with TLP pre-installed
  • Much more open source and patent encumbered software available in the pre-configured repositories

Changelog:

  • Start more smoothly
  • Real-time system starts splash screen
  • Optimize hardware detection
  • There is no need to enter the user password for the real-time session

Please read the release instructions (self-contained ladder).

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