Yoper is a high performance operating system which has been carefully optimized for PC's with either i686 or higher processor.
Version: 3.0.1 / 3.1 BetaYoper is a high performance operating system which has been carefully optimized for PC's with either i686 or higher processor types.
Operating System: Linux
The binaries that come with Yoper have been built from scratch using the original sources combined with the some of the best features from other Open Source Linux distributions (distros).
However, Yoper is not like general purpose distros such as Redhat or Mandrake. It is a high performance Desktop OS. It is compact.
Yoper Linux resides on 1 cd-rom. In fact, Yoper is also one of the most standards-based environments in the Linux community! You will find hardware performance as good or better than that of any commercial OS.
What's New in 3.0.1 Stable Release:
· The Yoper team is proud to announce the first (and only) maintenance release of Yoper Linux 3.0, code name 'Titanium'. This release ships with Kernel 220.127.116.11, including the Ken Colivas patch set with the SD scheduler, X.Org 7.3, KDE 3.5.7, KOffice 1.6.3, Firefox 18.104.22.168 and a vast range of other cutting-edge desktop packages. The unstable repository also contains a kernel with the CFS scheduler for those who are keen to compare their performance under different workloads. Since 3.0 there have been more than 500 new or updated packages, as well as numerous bug fixes and cleanups. If you have Yoper 3.0 installed, simply use the smart upgrade function to update the packages. There are only minor and mostly visual differences between a default installation of 3.0 and 3.0.1.
What's New in 3.1 Beta Development Release:
· The Yoper team is proud to announce that Yoper Linux 3.1 is close to completion. This release ships with Linux kernel 2.6.23, X.Org 7.3, KDE 3.5.9, KOffice 1.6.3, Firefox 22.214.171.124 and a vast range of other cutting-edge desktop packages. Of course, there are other desktop environments available, including Fluxbox, Xfce and KDE 4. The sole remaining task is a refined desktop look. We hope to see many contributions from users to help us to define the new look for a fast, powerful and slick desktop. There has been a vast amount of changes. The most user visible changes are the integration of the ARK Linux security concept and the clear separation of desktop environments.