Linux Distributions

BigLinux – Brazilian Linux distribution

BigLinux is a Brazilian Linux distribution localised into Brazilian Portuguese (with support for English).

This distro is derived from the Manjaro repositories. It’s available in three versions, the difference between them are the kernel and Mesa versions, where the main difference is hardware support.

Minimum System Requirements:

Intel or AMD 64-bit processor or compatible
2 GB of RAM memory
8 GB of storage space

Recommended System Requirements:

Intel or AMD 64-bit processor or compatible
4 GB or more of RAM memory
40 GB or more of storage space

BigLinux desktop

Working state:Active
Desktop:KDE Plasma
Init Software:systemd
Package Management:Pacman, Flatpak
Release Model:Fixed
Developer:BigLinux Team
This article is part of our Big List of Active Linux Distros which is currently under development.

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