OpenMandriva Lx 4.0 turned out to be a great one but... we made it better.
Few days after the Release Candidate we are very proud to introduce you OpenMandriva Lx 4.1 final release.
The release includes:
— Kernel 5.5.0
— Qt Framework 5.14.1
— KDE Plasma Desktop 5.17.5, KDE Frameworks 5.66.0, KDE Applications 19.12.1
— LLVM/clang 9.0.1
— systemd 244
— Java 13
— Calamares 3.2.17
— LibreOffice 220.127.116.11
— Falkon 3.1.0
— Krita 4.2.8
— Kdenlive 19.12.1
— SMPlayer 19.10.2
— DigiKam 7.0.0
— SimpleScreenRecorder 0.3.11
— NX Firewall (replaces firewall-config)
New OpenMandriva brand-name applications entered the ISO packages list:
— Desktop Presets (om-feeling-like)
Tool to customize the appearance of your OpenMandriva Plasma desktop to look and feel similar to other systems you may be used to
— Update Configuration (om-update-config)
Tool for configuring automatic updates
Also available in the repositories:
— OpenMandriva clang compiled kernel, named kernel-release-clang. User can install same version of kernel-release and kernel-release-clang for comparison
— Firefox 72.0.2
— Chromium browser 79.0.3945.130
— Virtualbox 6.1.2
— Thunderbird 68.4.1
— Gimp 2.10.14
— Zypper as alternative package manager
— Alternative desktops available for testing
OMLx 4.1 now supports package compression in zstd instead of .xz. Ffmpeg supports av1 decoding via dav1d and nvdec/nvenc for NVIDIA gpu. And chromium now includes VAAPI (hardware decoding video h264 / vp9) support.
Also available a version specifically for current AMD processors (Ryzen, ThreadRipper, EPYC) that outperforms the generic version by taking advantage of new features in those processors.
We warmly thank our developers, testers and bug reporters, all our support teams as well as all people at large who are working so hard to make this technically advanced and beautifully artworked distribution.
As with any new stable release, we strongly recommend to backup your data and to perform a fresh install of the new operating system, to avoid any conflict with existing configuration settings.
Download at SourceForge