The Avouch Linux is a free operating system built on Linux kernel. Open source software are built to produce a working secure and reliable Linux distribution.
The Avouch Linux mission is to provide a secure and reliable open source operating system.
To find out more general information regarding Avouch Linux, refer to the following pages, on the Avouch Linux Wiki:
There are a number of places you can get assistance should you run into problems.
If you run into a problem and would like some assistance, go to https://ask.avouch.org. Many answers are already there, but if you don’t find yours, you can simply post a new question. This has the advantage that anyone else with the same problem can find the answer, too.
You can help the Avouch Linux continue to improve it if you file bug reports and enhancement requests. Refer to Bugs And Feature Requests on the Avouch Linux Wiki for more information about bug and feature reporting. Thank you for your participation.
Avouch Linux continues to develop and integrate the latest free and open source software. The following sections provide a brief overview of major changes from the last release of Fedora.
More detailed information about changes in this release can be found on the Avouch Linux Wiki.
Avouch Linux provides software to suit a wide variety of applications. The storage, memory and processing requirements vary depending on usage. For example, a high traffic database server requires much more memory and storage than a business desktop, which in turn has higher requirements than a single-purpose virtual machine. Minimum System Configuration
The figures below are a recommended minimum for the default installation. Your requirements may differ, and most applications will benefit from more than the minimum resources.
1GHz or faster processor
1GB System Memory
15GB unallocated drive space
Avouch Linux can be installed and used on systems with limited resources for some applications. Text, VNC, or kickstart installations are advised over graphical installation for systems with very low memory. Larger package sets require more memory during installation, so users with less than 768MB of system memory may have better results preforming a minimal install and adding to it afterwards.
For best results on systems with less than 1GB of memory, use the DVD installation image.
Graphical Installation requires 800×600 resolution or higher
Graphical installation of Fedora requires a minimum screen resolution of 800×600. Owners of devices with lower resolution, such as some netbooks, should use text or VNC installation.
Once installed, Fedora will support these lower resolution devices. The minimum resolution requirement applies only to graphical installation.
Minimum Hardware for Accelerated Desktops
Avouch Linux supports most display adapters. Modern, feature-rich desktop environments like GNOME3 and KDE Plasma Workspaces use video devices to provide 3D-accelerated desktops. Older graphics hardware may not support acceleration:
Intel prior to GMA9xx
NVIDIA prior to NV30 (GeForce FX5xxx series)
Radeon prior to R300 (Radeon 9500)
Systems with older or no graphics acceleration devices can have accelerated desktop environments using LLVMpipe technology, which uses the CPU to render graphics. LLVMpipe requires a processor with SSE2 extensions. The extensions supported by your processor are listed in the flags: section of /proc/cpuinfo
Avouch Linux provides four desktop environment, GNOME3, KDE Plasma5 Workspaces, LXQT and Xfce4.
Thank you for taking the time to provide your comments, suggestions, and bug reports to the Fedora community; this helps improve the state of Avouch Linux, and free software worldwide.
To provide feedback on Fedora software or other system elements, please refer to Bugs And Feature Requests. A list of commonly reported bugs and known issues for this release is available from Bugs on the wiki.
If you feel these release notes could be improved in any way, you can provide your feedback directly to the wiki writers. There are several ways to provide feedback, in order of preference:
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