Android-x86 7.1-r1

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openSUSE 15

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Pop!_OS 18.04 LTS

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DragonFly BSD 5.2.0

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Fedora 28 and GNOME 3.28

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TrueOS 18.03

TrueOS 18.03TrueOS is a rolling release operating system based on FreeBSD's development (-CURRENT) branch. The TrueOS operating system is available in two editions: a Desktop flavour and a Server fla...

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Chakra GNU/Linux 2017.10

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Neptune 5.0

Neptune 5.0Neptune is a Debian-based Linux distribution which is built upon Debian's Stable branch. The Neptune team then provides a more up to date desktop environment and applications throug...

Sortix 1.0

Sortix 1.0Most of the time I review Linux distributions with the occasional trek into BSDland. This week I want to shift gears and focus on a lesser-known branch of the UNIX-like family tree: ...