Need accesibility for your users? This could be the distro you've been waiting for.
Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it’s getting into the Chromebook game after rumors about the company’s first browser-in-a-box surfaced in late January.
This Mandriva-based distro is compliant with the Linux Standards Base (LSB), meaning that users can easily launch a variety of enterprise-focused proprietary software.
One user has reportedly lost two machines due to this problem with a kernel driver.
These free and open source options deliver many of the same features at a very compelling price.
This upcoming new device will reportedly feature a larger, 14-inch display.
Also on the table at the popular distro is the possibility of replacing MySQL with MariaDB.
A dedicated website is now available for collaborating on this key component of the Linux-based mobile platform.
This elegant Linux OS has won numerous fans in a short time with its combination of power, choice, and versatility.