SolydXK 9 Linux OS Debuts Based on Debian 9 Stretch, Drops Raspberry Pi Support

By Softpedia News (Marius Nestor)

The developers of the Debian-based SolydXK GNU/Linux distribution announced today the release and immediate availability for download of the SolydXK 9 operating system series.

Based on the recently launched Debian GNU/Linux 9 “Stretch” operating system, SolydXK 9 has been in development for a few months now, and it entered Beta stages only a three weeks ago. It’s a major release that adds numerous new features and lots of other performance improvements, bug fixes, and under-the-hood changes.

“In the past three weeks we have been testing, improving, developing and exercising parts of our vocabulary that our mothers didn’t even know we had but finally we are satisfied with the result. It is time to release the new SolydX and SolydK version 9,” reads today’s release announcement.

Highlights of SolydXK 9

Prominent new features of SolydXK 9 include a graphical user interface (GUI) for the in-house … (read more)

From: Softpedia