A Gentoo-based distribution for everybody. Also available in Cinnamon, LXQt, Mate and Xfce desktop flavours. And a barebones ‘Scratch’ edition. Also Directory server and LXC/ LXD containers. See also: EndeavourOS, NixOS, Gentoo.
Minimum CPU: 64-bit, Intel Pentium 4, AMD Athlon 64
Build: 64-bit only
Despite the name, Calculate Linux isn’t focused on complex numbers and calculations. And despite being Gentoo, using it won’t necessarily imply hours of compilations because it uses binary packages. Yet it’s entirely compatible with Gentoo. Its motto “Easy Linux from the source” might be a bit of a stretch, but it brings the power of Gentoo to those who might otherwise avoid it.
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