|Distribution of Linux|
|User interface||KDE Plasma, GNOME, Xfce, LXQt, Cinnamon, Qtile, i3, Sway|
Garuda Linux is a Linux distribution based on Arch Linux that aims to provide a colorful desktop environment. It is named after Garuda, a legendary bird in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faith. It is also aimed at the gaming industry, with pre-installed tools that make installing gaming software easier out of the box, the linux-zen kernel, and the BTRFS file system.
Like Arch Linux, it is a rolling release distribution, with no fixed release and simply updates packages installed.
KDE variants[edit source]
The KDE versions have 3 variants. These include the following:
This is the default version. It has the default settings and software.
Dr460nized Gaming[edit source]
This version is aimed the most at gamers. It ships with gaming tools, emulators, etc.
Dr460nized BlackArch[edit source]
Based on BlackArch Linux, it is intended as a version for penetration testing. It provides tons of cybersecurity software installed by default.
It is optimized heavily for use on real hardware and when used on a virtual machine will not result in a proper experience.