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Vine Linux

Vine LinuxVine Linux is a Japanese, RPM-based, multi-purpose distribution. It is developed and maintained by Vinecaves, and it’s based on an earlier version of Fedora. It is one of those distributions that excludes non-free (proprietary) applications from its default installation. Unlike similar distributions, however, it has developed a smart method to make installing non-free applications very easy.

Origin – Home: Japan – Vine Linux

Desktop: GNOME is the default desktop environment on Vine Linux.

Key features: The following are some of the key features of Vine Linux:

  • Graphical installation interface powered by Anaconda
  • Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and RAID are supported by the installer. LVM is the default disk partitioning scheme
  • Disk encryption is not supported by the installer
  • Ext3 is the only journaling file system type available during installation
  • RPM-based, but APT-ified
  • Firewall is enabled out of the box

Reviews and Tutorials: A review of Vine Linux 5.1 is available here.

Download: Vine Linux is supported on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. Download information is available on the project’s home page.

Screenshots:

Desktop

The default desktop of Vine Linux showing the games installed by default

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