What is the operating system Namib GNU/Linux


It is an operating system belonging to the family Linux. Namib GNU/Linux is an OS how many others based on the operating systemArch Linux. It was originally created in Canada. Use the following desktop environments: Budgie, Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE Plasma, MATE, Xfce.
Xfce is a desktop environment lightweight for this reason is useful for PC’s with low computation power. Cinnamon is a desktop created for Linux Mint it is a colorful graphical environment and not light. The KDE Desktop is the great alternative to Gnome, the most used desktop in linux. It consumes a little less resources than Gnome but it is still heavy and very customizable as well. MATE is a fork of the Gnome desktop.
Use cases:

  • This distro is thought to be a workstation operating system.
  • This distro can be used live, that means, without installation.

Architectures supported by Namib GNU/Linux:

This operating system has a small number of users today.

Offical website of Namib GNU/Linux

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