Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre

Last Updated on: 14th May 2023, 11:43 am

Web site: www.dragora.org
Origin: Argentina
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: IceWM, ScrotWM, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia: Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 2.2 | April 25, 2012
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Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre – a written entirely from scratch, and trustworthy GNU/Linux-Libre distribution based on the concept of simplicity with the goal of being a multi-purpose operating system.

Dragora contains 100% free software and uses a Linux-libre kernel, and is one of the “entirely free GNU/Linux distros” endorsed by the Free Software Foundation. It has a very simple packaging system that allows installing, removing, upgrading and creating packages.

The project developer is Matias A. Fonzo.
The latest version of Dragora 2.2 was released in 2012, but the project is still alive.

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4 thoughts on “Dragora GNU/Linux-Libre”

  1. I don’t understand why Dragora is listed here. Is it hard to look at timeline? Dragora is still active, last committ is from yesterday. Look at Dragora IRC channel and you will see it is active distro. New release of Dragora (named D3) will be released this year. Now D3 is in “alpha” state. For now it is possible to boot D3. So next time please verify your informations before you add some distro to list of inactive systems, also please remove Dragora from that list, becouse it isn’t inactive distro.

  2. 5 years without a release? Some people will say: surely, it is dead. How many people will go to distribution repository to see if it is still alive?

    So, what about calming yourself and look at the truth? For now, it looks like a dead distribution. Only time will tell if the new version is released before january 2018.

    I really doubt about that.

    • But it isn’t dead. Information in this site about Dragora is not true. I expect from this site to share true and confrimed informations, but as i can see in example of Dragora, authors of this site looks only to last stable release of distribution, but wait if we going this way, Arch GNU/Linux is inactive distro, and Debian was inactive last 3 years.

      • I haven’t said it is.
        Archiving data means storing informations, does not matter it is death or not. So if the distribution devs release new version I will update the post.


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