Updating sabayon 3 2
Rigo application browser is a new GUI front end to Entropy that is the successor to Sulfur (aka Entropy Store).Rigo handles system updates, package searching, install/removal of packages, up/down voting of packages, and many other common Entropy tasks.These are enabled if compatible hardware is found; otherwise, the default open-source drivers are used.Because of the automatic driver configuration, the compositing window manager Compiz Fusion and KWin are used for the GNOME and KDE editions, respectively.The discovery and configuration of network cards, wireless cards, and webcams is similarly automatic.Most printers are detected automatically but require specific manual configuration through the CUPS interface. Portage is inherited from Gentoo, while Entropy was developed for Sabayon by Fabio Erculiani and others.
Games (open-source and proprietary) include Doom 3, Eternal Lands, Nexuiz, Open Arena, Quake, Quake 2, Quake 3, Quake 4, Sauerbraten, The Battle for Wesnoth, Tremulous, Unreal, Unreal Tournament, Urban Terror, Vendetta Online, Warsow, Warzone 2100, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, World of Padman and Xonotic.Since version 4.1, Sabayon has been released in two different flavors featuring either the GNOME or KDE desktop environments, with the ultralight Fluxbox environment included as well.(In the previous versions all three environments were included in a DVD ISO image).Entropy clients then pull these tarballs and perform the various post- and pre-compilation calls of the Gentoo ebuild to set up a package correctly.This means the system is completely binary-compatible with a Gentoo system using the same build configuration.