Sabayon Linux 4 Released

Sabayon 4The perfect Christmas gift for fans fo Sabayon Linux – Sabayon Linux 4, is here. Sabayon Linux is a Gentoo-based distribution GNU/Linux distro with binary package installation. From the release announcement, this version comes loaded with features and package enhancements.

Here are a few of them:

  • Boot time improvement of 25%
  • Entropy Package Manager 0.24.6, with user-generated content and website integration
  • Ext4, NTFS, AUFS and UnionFS Support
  • Improved installer
  • And a whole lot more

You may read the complete release announcement here, and check back for a detailed review of Sabayon Linux 4 soon.

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