Sabayon Linux 3.4
Posted on: 07/25/2007 05:03 PM

Sabayon Linux 3.4 has been released:

Distribution Features:
The most advanced: Linux Kernel 2.6.22 with extra Power Management (PowerTop), Wireless (mac80211), Ext4 Filesystem, Scheduler (CFS) and Virtualization (KVM,Virt-Manager,VirtualBox) support
Gaming oriented: featuring,
Savage 2
FlightGear
DangerDeep
Warsow
Nexuiz
Torcs
Battle of Wesnoth
Second Life
Latest NVIDIA (100.14.11) and AMD (8.38.6) GPU drivers
The most Windows-aware: supporting NTFS in read/write and Wine Doors utility, that let you install Windows applications as easy as 1-2-3 (using Wine 0.9.40).
The first to support Ext4 File System: for the braves, Sabayon Linux Installer can easily handle it.
The most Stable Cutting Edge DVD: featuring Compiz Fusion and Metisse (Technology Preview) integration
Much more flexible: the Installer now features a really improved execution speed, RAID10 support, Ext4 Support, UUID device naming support, a Packages Selector, a Boot Services Selector and also a Core/Minimal Install Method (Server deployments)
The Most Laptop Aware: tested and optimized also for Laptop usage
X.Org 7.3 with automatic Monitor configuration
KDE 3.5.7
GNOME 2.18.2
Strong identity: no Server applications installed (you will find them in the Business Edition)
Less Duplicated Packages: removed about 140 duplicated applications
Better Mactel support: added support for Intel ICH8M, Atheros Wireless cards, Backlight management and new Synaptics touchpads
Better Out of the Box hardware support: Agere et131x,
VMware Guest Installation Support
Media Center capabilities: featuring GeeXbox 1.1 and Elisa Media Center (Technology Preview)
Incredible set of installed and preconfigured Applications (see Packages List below)
The most tested Stable Release: in the last 4 months, our Core Beta Team have done a great work to accomply our always growing QA standards. This transformed Sabayon Linux 3.4 in the most reliable version ever released.

Sabayon Linux 3.4




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