More busy than busy bees, we're once again here to announce the immediate availability of Sabayon 7. If you really enjoyed Sabayon 6, this will be even more fun and cute.
Letting bleeding edge and reliability to coexist is the most outstanding challenge our users, our team, is faced every day.
There you have it, shining at full bright, for your home computer, your laptop and your home servers.
Linux 3.0, GNOME 3.2, KDE 4.7, Xfce 4.8, LibreOffice 3.4 are just some of the things you will find inside the box.
During this cycle, the development team spent a lot of time on integrating GNOME 3.2 the way users might actually start to love it.
At the same time, Sabayon Xfce has been promoted to non-experimental release, for those missing GNOME2.
Come with us!
- Ultra-optimized Linux Kernel 3.0 (Experimental Fusion Kernel available after install)
- Providing extra Server-optimized, OpenVZ-enabled, Vserver-enabled kernels in repositories
- Natively supporting the btrfs filesystem (besides ext4, aufs, and others)
- Transform Sabayon into an full-featured HTPC Operating System (Media Center) using XBMC 10.0
- GNOME 3.2.0 Visual Environment
- KDE 4.7 Desktop Environment
- Improved Xfce 4.8 out-of-the-box experience (for those missing GNOME2)
- Improved LibreOffice integration, updated to 220.127.116.11
- Entropy Framework (Package Manager, Web Services) updated to 1.0_rc59, containing tons of improvements
- Improved support for IME and non-roman fonts
- Improved support for non-latin languages
- Semi-automated package updates, for more extreme rolling
- 4000 application updates since Sabayon 6 (yay for rolling release model)