Last Updated on: 5th November 2023, 12:52 pm

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Origin: Japan
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: KDE, GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia (JP): ARMA_aka_Omoikane_GNU/Linux
Media: Install CD/DVD
The last version | Released: 4.0 | May 2020

ARMA (Omoikane GNU/Linux) – a Linux distributions derived from Debian GNU/Linux and translated to Japanese, developed by Omoikane Co., Ltd. in Japan. It is easy to use for beginners, it uses the XFSfile system as default and a graphical installer.

Basic Edition is an edition for individual users. Standard Edition is an edition for enterprise and laboratory users. ORCA Edition is an edition for users of the Japan Medical Association’s receipt software ORCA. The basic difference between each edition is difference in support.

Features of “ARMA Classic Desktop 4.0”:
– Easy-to-introduce price
– A commercial distribution with professional services.
– The base product comes with a year’s worth of ARMA Net accounts for updates and support.
– It supports the remote maintenance function. By connecting your computer to our support center in case of trouble, you can quickly repair the system.
– This feature uses only encrypted temporary virtual networks (VPNs) and temporarily activated accounts. It can also be used with computers located on many local networks. (Basic Edition is not supported because it is installed only)
– It supports GNOME2-derived Mate, which emphasizes conventional operability.

Appeared to be current as of April 2009. ARMA (Omoikane GNU/Linux) 3.0 was the current version in February 2017. ARMA Classic Desktop Basic Edition 4.0 was current in May 2020.

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