OpenMandriva Lx 2014, a Linux distribution developed by the OpenMandriva Association, has been released a few days ago and now it’s time to take a closer look to this operating system.
The OpenMandriva developers have made sure that the users of their Linux distribution will notice right from the start the unique look of the operating system. Even if OpenMandriva Lx 2014 features the KDE desktop, it’s not the default one that you normally find in other OSes, like Kubuntu for example.
OpenMandriva Lx 2014 has been dubbed “Phosphorus” and it’s the product of a large team that worked very hard to provide users with a fresh and interesting Linux distribution.
“The name of our release, taken from the Greek meaning ‘Light-Bringer,’ describes our hopes for this work. What you will have on your disks in a few hours will, we hope, will showcase some of what our predecessors might have done if they had continued their work. We wanted to rekindle the spirit and hope that made their efforts so exciting and in doing so pass that same feeling on to you,” reads the official announcement.
Enjoy the screenshot tour!