A beta release of the OpenMandriva Lx 4.1 distribution has been generated. The project is being developed by the community after Mandriva S.A. handed over the project management to the non-profit organization "OpenMandriva Association". For download, a live assembly of 2.7 GB (x86_64) is proposed.
In the new version, the Clang compiler used to build packages has been updated to the LLVM 9.0 branch. In addition to the standard Linux kernel compiled into GCC (package "kernel-release"), a version of the kernel was compiled in Clang ("kernel-release-clang"). Clang in OpenMandriva is already used as the default compiler, but so far the kernel has had to be built in GCC. Now to build all the components you can do only Clang. The new kernel versions of Linux 5.4, Glibc 2.30, Qt 5.14.0, KDE Frameworks 5.65, KDE Plasma 5.17.4, KDE Applications 19.12 are involved. The number of desktop environments available for installation has been expanded. As an alternative package manager, Zypper is proposed.
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