SharkLinux OS: the rare distribution destined for success

Shark Linux OS

Shark Linux OS It is one of those rather rare Linux distributions that many are unaware of. Not much is said about it, but the truth is that it has very interesting things. Despite its rarity, it has success in the future written all over it. Almost all distributions, whether they are known or not, have their stories behind them, those that prompted their developers to create a new project.

SharkLinux OS is a distribution based on Ubuntu which includes the MATE desktop with a toggle feature that allows to switch between both the enhanced MATE Edge desktop and the Deepde DDE desktop environment. Something that makes this distribution stand out from other Linu-based distributions or operating systems. But in addition to that, it maintains a kind of development cycle of successive releases that automatically updates the system packages. The distribution also allows access to sudo by default, for system administration with an extra touch of security and even improves the use of some commands package management commons with a number of easy-to-remember shortcuts for ease of use by the end user. Marcus Petit is its lead developer, and his goal is to provide a stable environment with easy management especially designed for AMD 64-bit microprocessors.

They also want optimize to hardware with a unique set of administration tools that include new functionality for the console. But if that's not enough, it has also created a fully cloud-compatible environment, with swap file space instead of dedicated partitions, with the ability to install software with a single click from repositories, or create software from the repositories. installed fonts, use Ubuntu Hardware Enablement kernel by default for more power, etc. Many small details that make something great together.

 


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  1.   Original and Free Malagueños said

    Very interesting, open to keep an eye on its evolution.

  2.   Andrés said

    At least leave a link to the original source: http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/84675.html

  3.   Gonzalo said

    I do not see anything so special as to see that it is a success