Omarine


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 has joined the OIN patent community in February 2015.

Omarine 6.2 released! (Sep 14 2019)

  • Systemd 241
  • Shadow 4.7 (omarine-update)
  • FileZilla 3.45.1 (omarine-update)
  • Thunderbird 68.1.1 (omarine-update)
  • LibreOffice 6.3.2 (omarine-update)

In addition, this version adds security policy rules for print jobs. To install the Canon printer driver, for example LBP2900, run the following command, as the root user:

captprinter-setup LBP2900

You are visiting and (possibly) downloading files from servers running Omarine OS

SHA256 checksum:
a793aabeb13a5f3ff0287ad29975838474c0991d2b9606fcf997b0c7454e13d4


FAQ

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 limited to use compared to non-SELinux systems?
No. If you set SELinux in permissive mode, it works similarly to a non-SELinux 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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