Community

Community

Community software is created with the help of open community members, and such software commonly known as 'open-source'. Open-source software released under the free license, and all users are allowed to redistribute such software, change its source code and use it for commercial purpose. Thousands of open-source software is available online today, and millions of projects have been deposited in GitHub.com.

In the case of operating systems, almost all Linux operating systems are released under open-source licenses, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, Arch Linux, Debian and CentOS are based on open source software models.

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Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a free and open source Linux operating system (currently the most popular Linux distribution) installed on over 40 million personal computers, and is installed on a large number of servers around the world. At present, there are four different editions of the operating system, which are Ub...

 

Fedora

Fedora is a free and open source Linux operating system (or distribution) that has been developed by contributions from community members and Red Hat. Fedora was designed for personal computers and servers, and is currently available in three different editions, which are for Workstation (for person...

 

Debian

Debian is a free and open source Linux operating system designed primarily for desktop / laptop computers and servers. This is one of the first (or oldest) distributions in Linux's history, and the first version was released in 1993. Debian has over 51,000 software packages (pre-compiled packages) w...

 

MX Linux

MX Linux is an free and open source Linux operating system called the midweight and simple desktop OS. It is based on Debian stable branch and is using core antiX components with more software created by the MX community. About MX Linux, The developer team and community goal is to combine ...

 

Kubuntu

Kubuntu is an Ubuntu-based Linux operating system currently developed and maintained by the community. It uses the same built-in system as Ubuntu, with each package in Kubuntu sharing the same repository as Ubuntu, and it is released regularly similar to Ubuntu. The main difference between them...

 

Mageia

Mageia is a free and open source Linux operating system, started as a fork of Mandriva Linux. It is currently available for desktops and servers, and is development and maintenance is handled by the community. Mageia is said to be a stable and secure operating system, which aims to become ...

 

openSUSE

openSUSE is a free and open source Linux distribution (or operating system) designed primarily for desktop / laptop computers and servers. The first (or initial) version of the distribution was released in October 2005, and previously it was known as SUSE Linux. openSUSE is a complete and multipurpo...