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ROSA R11

3 Aprile 2019

KDE, LXQT, ROSA, XFCE

ROSA

ROSA Desktop è una distribuzione Linux basata su Mandriva che utilizza una versione altamente personalizzata di KDE per offrire una migliore esperienza di utilizzo all’utente. Viene sviluppata anche una versione enterprise per Server (“Enterprise Desktop”) basata però su Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Versione R11

Questa versione contiene (in Inglese):

  •  The Linux 4.15.0-x kernel, based on the generic kernel of Ubuntu 18.04, is used as the base, with additions and settings specific to ROSA (for example, full preemption, SELinux support instead of AppArmor, etc.). Other kernel versions are available in separate repositories: x86_64, i586  Glibc 2.24 (in backward compatibility mode with Linux kernels up to 2.6.32), Qt 5.11.2, GTK + 3.22, MESA 18.3.4, LLVM 6, GCC 5
  •   Added support for installing system on M.2 and NVME SSD  File system for F2FS flash drives added to ROSA installer
  •  The graphic subsystem is improved for those cases when ROSA is used as a guest system in virtual machines based on KVM and Hyper-V (in special additional images)
  • Added firmware files to installation images to support Epson scanners.
  • The default is to create a universal initrd instead of a hardware-specific one.
  • btrfs-progs version 4.19.1 has zstd compression support, which is also in the 4.15 kernel out of the box, which, in combination with the flexible installer, allows you to install Dew on non-standard configurations with BTRFS (note that Grub still does not load the system with BTRFS + ZSTD , so when using the root in ZSTD, make / boot a separate partition or defragment it within the existing partition with compression in non-zstd)

Risorse

La distribuzione può essere scaricata da:

Il sito web della distribuzione è: http://www.rosalab.com

Screenshot

Rosa R11

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Conclusioni

Questa versione supporta sia KDE 4 che Plasma 5.

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