Linux Distro for photographers.
8 months ago
Saw this over at reddit, and thought to share it.
Aperture Linux is a 64 bit Linux operating system for photographers based on openSUSE.
Aperture Linux operating system is free and includes many popular and feature-rich applications for photography in mind.
RAW File editors such as Darktable, RawTherapee, Rawstudio, DigiKam and more are included and ready for use after installation.
The GIMP image editor is also included with some of the most advanced plugins available on Linux.
We have also bundled a few multimedia applications, an advanced video editor and the LibreOffice package a feature rich office package which are compatible with most of the Microsoft Office formats.
I'm using regular openSuSE on most of my PC (have a windows partition for stubborn things that insists on being flashed using windows programs), and Darktable seems to import my A65 RAW fine. I was using AfterShot on Linux most of the time.