ROME Gold Candidate
OpenMandriva Team introduces you the ROME Gold Candidate.
ROME is the rolling release designed for individual users, it will receive the most up to date packages including recent security and bug fix upgrades.
Some of the major changes since ROME Silver Candidate:
Kernel 5.19.12 (clang compiled kernel as default, with the option to install GCC compiled kernel easily from the om-welcome module)
The very latest KDE products: KDE Frameworks 5.98.0, Plasma Desktop 5.25.90, KDE Gear 22.08.1
LibreOffice suite 7.4.1, VLC 3.0.17, Krita 5.1
LLVM/Clang 15.0.1, systemd 251,Calamares 3.2.61
More software upgraded to the latest version
If you want to contribute to making ROME even better please have a look at the Backgrounds contest.
The ROME final release, suitable for a wide audience of users will be out very soon.
Stay in touch with us and continue to enjoy the new ROME Project.
Download ROME Gold Candidate
— At SourceForge
A Gnome3 x86_64 spin is also available.
Spins: Community alternative desktop
Mainly supported by their maintainers. Any help is welcome. Bug fixing is not high priority
— ROME Gnome3 x86_64 (Build ID: #1407)
— Main container
Please keep in mind: never use Discover or dnfdragora to upgrade Rolling or Cooker since the command they use is only appropriate for Rock systems.
To perform full update after installation, open terminal and type:
sudo dnf clean all ; sudo dnf dsync
For a much better GUI package manager use DnfDrake
Report impressions and issues at the forum
Any big issues should get a bug report
You can get in touch real time with our developers at IRC channel #openmandriva-cooker at Libera Chat and #openmandriva-cooker:matrix.org in matrix.
The ’Update channel’ set to Rolling. That means these ISOs use Rolling repositories for whatever period of time you test them.
Repositories should never be mixed.
To enable/disable additional repositories we have OpenMandriva own tool Software Repository Selector (om-repo-picker).
You can read more about OpenMandriva Release Plan and Repositories, please visit: https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/policies/release-plan-and-repositories
If you want to help the project and support OpenMandriva, please consider joining our team or making a donation.