Omarine is a powerful operating system for servers. It can also be used for desktops with the GNOME/Plasma/Xfce/LXDE option right at the login screen without any additional configuration.

Omarine 8.1 released! (Sep 9 2021)

The Authorization Policy is improved in terms of Security Policy. System processes are detached from the user domains to run in the secure domains.

This version fixed the build of the libffi library to make it portable.

Some of the major packages are:

  • GCC 11.1.0
  • Glibc 2.33
  • Systemd 248
  • BIND 9.16.18
  • NFS-Utils 2.5.4
  • Krb5 1.19.2
  • Qt 5.15.2
  • PHP 8.0.9
  • Python 3.9.6
  • MySQL 8.0.26
  • OpenJDK 15.0.2
  • LibreOffice 7.1.4
  • QEMU 6.1.0
  • XScreenSaver 6.01

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What is Omarine different from other distros?
The servers in Omarine are configured to support security means such as krb5, sasl, ssl. You can set up a secure network based on the model Omarine Native Directory.

Is the SELinux system restricted to use compared to non-SELinux systems?
Is not. Except that the security policy confines processes to the secure domains and specifies the file types in accordance with appropriate access permissions, using the SELinux system is almost similar to the traditional Linux system.

What are the advantages of having multiple desktop environments?
Naturally it meets different usage preferences. More importantly, you can use many outstanding software in every desktop environment. For example, you can use KDE's Kate editor in Xfce.

What is Omarine's vision?
Omarine is built with AI thinking. On the one hand, the packages are optimally composited. On the other hand, it supports and creates AI programming environment such as FUZZY programming language. Omarine has and continues to be present in clouds, its components have and continue to participate in machine learning projects in the clouds.

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