Gentoo describes itself as a meta-distribution because of its adaptability, in that the majority of users have configurations and sets of installed programs which are unique to well as for Linux enthusiasts, programmers, and system administrators.
Daniel Robbins and the other contributors experimented with a fork of GCC known as EGCS developed by Cygnus Solutions.
At this point, "Enoch" was renamed "Gentoo" Linux (the Gentoo species is the fastest swimming penguin After problems with a bug on his own system, Robbins halted Gentoo development and switched to Free BSD for several months, later saying "I decided to add several Free BSD features to make our autobuild system (now called Portage) a true next-generation ports system." The Gentoo Council members are elected for a period of one year, each year by the active Gentoo developers.) is a computer operating system based on Linux and built using the Portage package management system.
Plasma runs fine on relatively recent PCs, but they will also work on older machines with more constrained resources.
Trying out a desktop workspace can seem a daunting task.
No Machine is no longer working properly after updating KDE from version 4 to 5 on Gentoo and Slackware.