Korora (operating system)

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Kororā
Korora logo.png
DeveloperChristopher Smart and Ian Firns[1]
OS familyUnix-like
Working stateCurrent
Source modelOpen source
Latest releaseKorora 26 / 16 September 2017; 14 months ago (2017-09-16)[2]
Update methodDNF (PackageKit)
Package managerRPM Package Manager
Platformsi686, AMD64
Kernel typeMonolithic (Linux)
Default user interfaceKDE Plasma Desktop, GNOME, Xfce, Cinnamon, MATE
LicenseVarious
Official websitekororaproject.org

Korora (previously Kororaa) is a remix of the Fedora Linux distribution. Originally Kororaa was a binary installation method for Gentoo Linux which aimed for easy installation of a Gentoo system by using install scripts instead of manual configuration. The name derives from the Māori word, “kororā” – the little penguin.

History[edit]

Korora was started by Christopher Smart as a method to quickly reproduce a Gentoo Linux installation on multiple desktop machines. Chris also intended that Korora be used to quickly demonstrate the power of Gentoo Linux to users critical of 'compile times.' On November 7, 2007, Chris announced that he was discontinuing his work on the project, and that there would be no new versions of Korora.

The introduction of the Korora XGL Live CD was intended to demonstrate the capabilities of Novell’s Xgl and Compiz.

On December 23, 2010, Chris Smart has announced rebirth of Kororas Fedora Remix.[3]

On May 2, 2013, Korora 18 was released,[4] featuring a revised name spelled with only one A and a new logo.[5]

Kororaa XGL Live CD[edit]

Screenshot of the Xgl abilities of the Kororaa Live CD

In March 2006, a Kororaa based Live CD was released, preconfigured with Xgl capabilities. The live CD supports NVIDIA, ATI and Intel graphics cards, and the latest version (0.3) comes with both K Desktop Environment 3 and GNOME.

Development hiatus and restart[edit]

On November 7, 2007, Smart announced that development on Korora would be ended, and no further versions would be released;[6] the reasons given were that:

  • Sabayon Linux already serves a purpose as a binary Gentoo distribution
  • Gentoo already comes with a GUI installer
  • Compiz is already installed by default in the MATE-edition.
  • Korora couldn't compete with other distributions which include non-free drivers by default.
  • the weight of the project was too much for a single developer.

On December 23, 2010, Smart announced the restart of Korora with a release of the Fedora-based version of the distro:

I know that you'll be looking for something Linux related to do over your Christmas holidays and New Year, so I've just released the first installable live DVD beta for testing. The final release will be Korora 14 (derived from Fedora 14), code-named 'Nemo'. As with the original Korora, it's based on KDE. Essentially, Korora has been reborn as a Fedora remix, inspired by Rahul Sundaram's Omega GNOME remix. It aims to provide all general computing uses out of the box and it aims to include software packages that most users will want.

Version history[edit]

Version Release Date Underlying System
Beta 2 R1 2005-12-12 Gentoo
XGL Live CD 0.1[7] 2006-03-08
XGL Live CD 0.2[8] 2006-04-06
XGL Live CD 0.3 2006-10-04
14 Beta 2010-12-25 Fedora
14 Beta 2 2011-02-11
14 Beta 3 2011-03-02
14 Beta 4 2011-03-22
14 Beta 5 2011-03-31
14 Beta 6 2011-04-22
Kororaa Linux 14 2011-05-31
15 Beta 2011-07-16
15 Beta 2 2011-07-20
Kororaa Linux 15[9] 2011-09-20
Kororaa Linux 15.1 2011-10-20
Kororaa Linux 16[10][11] 2011-12-16
Kororaa Linux 17[12] 2012-07-16
Korora 18 2013-05-02[4]
Korora 19[13][14] 2013-07-02[15]
Korora 19.1 2013-10-08[16]
Korora 20[17][18][19] 2014-01-10[20]
Korora 21 Beta 2015-01-03[21]
Korora 21[22] 2015-02-07[23]
Korora 22[24] 2015-08-02[1]
Korora 23[25][26][27] 2016-02-07[28]
Korora 24[29] 2016-07-19[30]
Korora 25 2016-12-07[31]
Korora 26[32] 2017-09-16[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b csmart. "Korora 22 (Selina) - Available". Retrieved 2015-08-02.
  2. ^ a b ozjd. "Korora 26 is Here!". Retrieved 2017-10-20.
  3. ^ "Kororaa is back".
  4. ^ a b DistroWatch. "Development Release: Korora 18 Beta (DistroWatch.com News)". Retrieved 2014-12-30.
  5. ^ "Introducing the Korora Project". Retrieved 2014-12-30.
  6. ^ "Korora Project - No more Kororaa". Archived from the original on 2007-11-09. Retrieved 2007-11-09.
  7. ^ Kororaa XGL LiveCD | Tux Machines
  8. ^ Kororaa XGL - Part 0.2: The Harddrive Installer | Tux Machines
  9. ^ Kororaa Linux - The best Fedora remix available, Dedoimedo
  10. ^ Kororaa Linux 16 - A Fedora++ Distribution | ZDNet. Archived 22 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 439, 16 January 2012
  12. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 472, 3 September 2012
  13. ^ Korora 19 review – Bruce | LinuxBSDos.com
  14. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 521, 19 August 2013
  15. ^ DistroWatch. "Distribution Release: Korora 19 (DistroWatch.com News)". Retrieved 2014-12-30.
  16. ^ DistroWatch. "Distribution Release: Korora 19.1 (DistroWatch.com News)". Retrieved 2014-12-30.
  17. ^ Korora 20 (Peach) hand-on: Even better than I expected | ZDNet
  18. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 543, 27 January 2014
  19. ^ Korora 20 Peach review - Fuzzy, Dedoimedo
  20. ^ firnsy. "Korora Project". Retrieved 2014-12-30.
  21. ^ "Korora 21 (Darla) Beta - Now Available".
  22. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 600, 9 March 2015
  23. ^ "Korora 21 (Darla) - Now Available".
  24. ^ Korora 22 (Gnome3) Review: Works Right Out Of the Box & Includes Lots of Apps, Hectic Geek
  25. ^ If You Like Fedora, You'll Love Korora | Reviews | LinuxInsider
  26. ^ Korora 23 Gnome - Fedora on steroids
  27. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 651, 7 March 2016
  28. ^ csmart. "Korora 23 (Coral) - Available". Retrieved 2016-02-08.
  29. ^ DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 676, 29 August 2016
  30. ^ ozjd. "Korora 24 (Sheldon) - Available". Retrieved 2016-12-08.
  31. ^ ozjd. "Korora 25 (Gurgle) - is Ready". Retrieved 2016-12-08.
  32. ^ Korora 26 Bloat - More is less or less is more?, Dedoimedo

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