Gentoo Linux

The concept of Gentoo Linux was suggested by Daniel Robbins in 2000; he was the former Stampede Linux and FreeBSD developer. In March 2002 when the released version 1.0 of the project, Gentoo's package management was considered a binary package management systems are a better choice, especially the widely used RPM.


Gentoo Linux operating system is specifically designed for advanced users. Initially, the installation of complicated, cumbersome, and even a few hours or one day use the command line to compile a complete Linux distribution, however, in 2006, developed a project to simplify the installation of Gentoo's live CD installation process as " a key to install "procedure. Gentoo's documentation has been repeatedly considered one of the best online documentation. 


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