Aperture Linux: The Linux distribution focused on photography
The beauty of having a solid foundation as the Linux kernel freely available to all, is that you can create different operating systems focused on filling specific needs of a user group. So, now we see the emergence of aperture Linux platform created to deliver all the tools a professional photographer requires.
The software is in early development stage (pre-alpha), is based on openSUSE, is 64 bits and among the new features included, no RAW files as editors Darktable, RawTherapee, DigiKam Rawstudio and, in addition to regular GIMP in its own way, is an alternative to the popular Adobe Photoshop that many use, adding to this large number of plugins (plugins) professional cutting.
Link: A 64 bit Linux OS for photographers, based on openSUSE (SourceForge)Tags: aperture, aperture linux, gnome, KDE, Linux