Virage GNU/Linux: A new distro for audio and video works, based on Devuan

Posted by wamphyre on Oct 4, 2019 10:27 AM EDT; By Press Release
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Virage GNU/Linux is a new spanish distro speciallized and optimized for audio/video works

Virage GNU/Linux is 100% based on the stable branch of Devuan (A Debian fork without systemd) and uses the same repositories to mantain stability and coherence bring on Devuan.

Virage GNU / Linux is a Spanish distro based on the STABLE branch of Devuan, (the Debian without systemd) fully optimized and specialized for audio and video work, offering a minimum and optimal working environment to start using freshly installed (out of the box)

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You do not need complicated configurations at the system level since all the core files have been specially retouched delicately to offer the best conditions in audio processing and the most optimal, fast and safe performance for any type of machine with 64-bit architecture.

On the official website of the project you can find all the information about the packages that are installed by default in the system:

Likewise, Virage GNU / Linux is divided into 2 editions, one for machines that use BIOS and one for systems that use UEFI, both being the same except for the type of boot used.

Virage GNU / Linux can be downloaded in any of its 2 editions from:

Likewise, also provide a version of the same system called "Virage GNU / Linux-Libre" which is exactly the same as the "vanilla" distro, offering the same features, but 100% clean proprietary software, non-free firmwares and others blobs, also using the Linux-Libre kernel 4.19.59-gnu-rt24 patched with PREEMPT_RT for real-time operations, optimal for sound:

More information about the distro at:

Installation / configuration tutorials:

Another edition is available for Raspberry Pi board computers, called "ViragePI":

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