(usa Linux Mint)
Enviado em 16/02/2017 - 12:29h
trate como apenas uma pergunta isolada, é apenas mais um topico a mais e não verdade absoluta.
veja esse aqui:
chama se de regada os, e parece uma boa opção de opensuse based.
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