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A free, simple and smart Linux OS

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PlumeOS is an open source project, based on the very powerful and safe linux distro openSUSE 13.1, which aims at giving a beautiful human interface to a desktop OS. It is under GNU GPLv.3.

PlumeOS was launched by myself, Bastien Pederencino. I'm 17 and I'm a french student.

I choose KDE 4 because it is the most simple and efficient desktop environment. And also I selected the main software list in order to respect guidelines of PlumeOS.

Guidelines of PlumeOS:
_fidelity with one desktop environment (KDE)
_lightweight OS (<1GB)
_large accessibility (video and music codecs)
_connected with the World (network manager)
_compatibility with others (NTFS and FAT drivers)
_your own desktop configuration (open settings)

Philosophy of PlumeOS : "Free, simple and smart."

Motto of PlumeOS : "Reprenez le contrôle" (Take control back)

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  • text editor (kwrite)
  • picture viewer (gwenview)
  • PDF reader (okular)
  • movie player (VLC)
  • music player (clementine)
  • file manager (dolphin)
  • compression system (ark)
  • network manager (NM)
  • web browser (rekonq)
  • CD/DVD manager (k3b)
  • Control system (YaST2)


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English, French

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Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Testers, System Administrators

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