Using a special blend of aesthetics and functionality, Korora aims to make Linux easier for new users without compromising its power and flexibility for experts.
We provide a complete and easy to use computing system that "Just Works" – right out of the box.
Innovation and invention are key precepts of Korora. Efficiency, elegance and empowerment drive our development processes.
The Korora community is a tight-knit group of users and contributors providing testing, development, support and feedback. All are welcome.
Security is essential. Korora is hardened with mandatory access control, stack smash protection, buffer overflow detection, variable reordering and much, much more.
With a robust collection of software repositories, there are well over 30,000 unique packages for you to choose from.
Korora is 100% free. Copy and distribute as you see fit. In fact, we encourage it. The full sources to all of our packages are available on GitHub.
Recently the Korora Project founder, Chris Smart, posted a comment on IRC about the current situation with Korora. Later the user who had produced the community editions of Korora responded with his future plans. The Korora Project is no longer active and so everyone should look for alternatives, we suggest either Fedora or another Fedora remix.