OpenMandriva Lx 3.02

1 Luglio 2017

KDE, OpenMandriva


La distribuzione OpenMandriva è un sistema Linux per server e desktop sponsorizzato dalla OpenMandriva Association. E’ basata su ROSA, una distribuzione Russa che nasce da un fork di Mandriva nel 2012. L’obiettivo di OpenMandriva è quello di facilitare la creazione, il miglioramento, la promozione e distribuzione del software open source.

Versione 3.02

Questa versione contiene (in Inglese):

After several months of hard work we are very proud and excited to announce OpenMandriva Lx 3.02 release today.
We hope you will enjoy this release of OpenMandriva Lx, its range of cutting edge features, quick to boot, fast in use and which brings you all the latest software.

It comes after our holidays gift, and this time it is a solstice gift =)

The distribution ISO is bootable in BIOS or UEFI from usb stick or DVD and uses the Calamares installer to guide you through installation with the minimum of effort.

The ISO also offers a means of booting EFI partitions should they become inaccessible because of boot order changes.
This distribution has been sucessfully installed and run on a dual graphics chip notebook using Bumblebee.

A working i586 image is available however this will only install on genuine i686 boxes. If your machine is 64bit please use the relevant 64bit image.

OpenMandriva Lx 3.02 benefits from major updates and many minor fixes.
Main features in this release:


  • Frameworks 5.33.0
  • Plasma 5.9.5
  • Applications 17.04
  • Qt 5.8.0

Display subsystem

  • Xorg 1.19.3
  • Wayland 1.12.0
  • Mesa 17.1.1


  • Kernel 4.11.3 (with BFQ as defailt I/O scheduler and UKSM enabled by default)
  • systemd 233
  • LLVM/clang 4.0.1
  • gcc 6.3.1_2017.02
  • glibc 2.25


  • Calamares 3.1.0


La distribuzione può essere scaricata da:

Il sito web della distribuzione è:


OpenMandriva Lx 3.02

OpenMandriva Lx 3.02


Questa versione continua a supportare il filesystem F2FS per dischi a stato solido.



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