An independent GNU/Linux-Libre distribution based on concepts of simplicity http://www.dragora.org

Matías Fonzo 71fd878eaa archive: connman: allow running along with dhcpcd, after all this will be needed by connman-gtk 1 month ago
archive 71fd878eaa archive: connman: allow running along with dhcpcd, after all this will be needed by connman-gtk 1 month ago
compilers c804571124 compilers: darkcrusade_2019Sep24: make visible on git repo 3 months ago
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qi 75c04d2596 qi: launch our package manager to version 1.3 4 months ago
recipes 089186f1f6 Revert "recipes: networking/dhcpcd: only run dhcpcd if the daemon for CONNMAN is not running" 1 month ago
sources 7b5a5010f6 recipes: x-libs/harfbuzz: upgraded to version 2.6.4 1 month ago
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targets f377f5c44b targets: armv7a_{fp,hf}: adjust header description to reflect the target name 3 months ago
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website 20936b095d website: update link to point to iso images 2 months ago
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README 859d982a5f added README 8 months ago
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darkcrusade ed2c872942 darkcrusade: use tarlz(1) to produce tarballs 4 months ago
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README


Dragora is a complete and reliable distribution of the GNU/Linux operating
system that is entirely free software. Dragora is founded on the concepts
of simplicity and elegance, it can be run for almost any purpose (desktop,
workstation, server, development, etc.). The intended audience is people
interested in learning more about the technical aspects of a friendly
GNU/Linux distribution. Also people looking to use the purest ethical
software for daily use.

For more information, visit: http://www.dragora.org/