L OS is the name of the Linux distribution introduced by Liebermann
Many people, when they hear Linux, think that it is an operating system with different versions like Windows, and nothing is further from the truth, it is simply a Kernel or Nucleus on which many programs run. Most Linux users prefer to say that they use GNU/Linux, that is, GNU software (GNU is a license that brings many benefits to the user) over a Linux kernel.
Depending on which software is chosen and which version of the kernel is taken as a base, each system is very different from the others. In this way the distributions have been reached. These are different ways, all of them based on Linux, that install software with one or another characteristics. Therefore, there are hundreds of Linux distributions.
Now that we know that it is a distribution, although many would already know it, we can announce that Liebermann will present his own.
Among the advantages, as we can read, it will offer support for 64-bit processors, for the PuRAM technology mentioned in the previous news, or for SuperBios or many other new features that we will learn as appropriate.
The distribution began to be created in May 2001, and around 11,500 programmers work on it, intending to offer the user a system that is, above all, stable and fast, but one that fits perfectly with any new technology.
In this way, one more alternative is offered, of the many that exist, to proprietary operating systems. We do not particularly defend any of these systems, whether they are proprietary or not, but we do want there to be possibilities for both, because in this way they will be offering us more and better, something that we all like and favor.