What do Nitrux, Fedora, and @opensuse have in common? Well, besides being Linux distributions they offer immutability, and what exactly is that? Check our newest article for the answer.
Easy setup for gaming. Nitrux is already preconfigured to support this.
"VMetal is working on an FX 8320e and Radeon Fury X. The motherboard is an ASUS M5A99X EVO 1.0."
"That board is eight years old. I originally purchased the board with a Phenom II X6. This motherboard, of course, uses UEFI and has an IOMMU."
Nitrux with systemd || Nitrux without systemd.
Is APT central in Nitrux? No, it's not actually in the OS anymore. ✅
Does Nitrux use the same shell as Ubuntu? No. ✅
Does Nitrux use the same init as Ubuntu? Not for long, no. ✅
Does Nitrux (a 64-bit only OS) include Wine (a 32-bit software)? Yes. ✅
Does Nitrux make use of 32-bit libraries for Wine? No, Wine is an AppImage. ✅
Does Nitrux rely on a package manager? No. ✅
"Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing and game creation."
Download the AppImage at https://appimagehub.com
@azubieta Oye man, appimage-cli-tool como funciona?