|Developer||Uruk Project developers|
|OS family||Linux (Unix-like)|
|Source model||Open source|
|Initial release||13 April 2016|
|Latest release||Uruk GNU/Linux-libre 2.0 / 5 December 2017|
|Update method||long term support|
|Platforms||amd64 and i386|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (Linux-libre)|
Uruk GNU/Linux-libre is a Trisquel-based GNU system. The name Uruk is an Iraqi city that states its Iraqi origin. Uruk GNU/Linux 1.0 was released on 13 April 2016 and it ships with the most common software for popular tasks.
Uruk uses Linux-libre kernel for the system and MATE desktop environment for its graphical interfaces.
One of the special features of Uruk is the ability to run various types of package managers at ease (including GNU Guix, urpmi, pacman, dnf). It implements simple one-line command to do that, that use a program named Package Managers Simulator to simulate the commands of popular package managers.
|Version||Date||Kernel version||Desktop environment|