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Dragora is a trustworthy GNU/Linux-Libre distribution based on the concept of simplicity with the goal of being a multi-purpose operating system. Dragora respects the freedom of the user with the values of Free Software and provides control to those who use it. It is developed entirely by volunteers and it is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  22 Apr 2012 19:57

    Release Notes: Highlights of this release are Linux-Libre 3.2.15, GCC 4.5.3, built with special care, GLIBC 2.13+ (git version), Chinese Input support through fcitx 3.6.3 and wqy-zenhei 0.8.38, xorg-server 1.11.4, Xfce 4.8+, IceWM 1.3.7, and ScrotWM 0.10.0, support for the new XCB API, the Nouveau video driver, IceCat 10, IcedTea6, HAL (from git) with support for hibernation and suspension, Polkit, Consolekit, Udisks, and Upower. Support for Cgroups and HugeTLB filesystems was added. "/run" is now supported for Udev 175. All components have been upgraded, and there were many bugfixes and further improvements.

    •  02 Jan 2011 23:45

      Release Notes: This version is now available in a pure 64-bit compilation. Runit is now used as the default init scheme. A simple and powerful package system was added. Linux-libre, the GNU C Compiler Collection 4.5.1, and the GNU C library 2.12.1, Xorg 7.6, Xfce 4.8pre2, icewm, scrotwm, GNU IceCat 3.6.13, Tor, Polipo, and the development version of Gnash are included. The Bluetooth subsystem was added. Printing support and scanner support were improved. This version comes with Java through Icedtea6.

      •  06 Dec 2010 01:05

        Release Notes: This is a preview (featuring Xfce 4.8pre1) of the incoming stable version after a long period of development. The complete changes will be announced for the final version.

        •  13 Apr 2010 12:49

          Release Notes: The installer includes a better detection method for the CD-ROM. The option to install GRUB in a root partition is back again. The installation of the packages is slightly faster with clzip-1.0 and lzip-1.10. This release comes with Runit as the default init scheme, Linux-libre kernel, OpenSSL 1.0.0, GCC 4.4.3, and more. Curl and Expat were added to complement Git

          •  29 Mar 2010 08:30

            Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.


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