Submitted by linuxopjemac on Tue, 04/06/2010 - 14:43
Arch Linux PPC is proud to present 2010.03.26. The website has renewed and is accessible via http://www.archlinuxppc.org/. The new version is based on the 2.6.33-ARCH kernel. The iso can be downloaded here and installation instructions can be found here.
Submitted by linuxopjemac on Thu, 04/01/2010 - 09:24
The GNOME team has released version 2.30 of their open source desktop environment. "The GNOME Project's focus on users and usability continues in GNOME 2.30 with its hundreds of bug fixes and user-requested improvements. The sheer number of enhancements makes it impossible to list every change and improvement made."
Submitted by linuxopjemac on Mon, 03/29/2010 - 14:23
Sony has announced that a new firmware upgrade for the PlayStation 3, to be released on April 1st, will remove the "Install Other OS" option from all versions of the console. The announcement in the company blog cites "security concerns" as the reason for the removal.
Submitted by linuxopjemac on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 14:43
Pommed v1.32, a minor maintenance release for the 12″ PowerBook G4 was just released. There is also support for the MacBookPro5,4 (15″ June 2009) and the latest wireless keyboard since version 1.31. Link
Submitted by linuxopjemac on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 09:29
Steven Shiau has announced the availability of a new version of Clonezilla Live, a Debian-based live CD containing free disk-cloning software: Clonezilla is an open source clone system (OCS) with features similar to Symantec Ghost Corporate Edition and Partimage.
Submitted by linuxopjemac on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 21:42
Did you ever wonder how the new Ubuntu installer in the upcoming 10.04 release aka Lucid Lynx is going to look like? See for yourself.
The Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD has ditched the boring ‘black on white text’ menu approach and instead delivers up a GUI menu. Whilst we’re still 2 months away from the final installer design, here’s a quick peek at it as it currently exists: -
So you’ve download and burnt your Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD, you pop it into your disc tray and whirr up.