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GNOME 2.18 has been packaged and is placed into testing. Some packages are still missing, these are left at the 2.16 version we have in extra. These packages will be added later this weekend. Please test this release very careful. I don't expect major issues with this release, as the changes are not as big as the previous version when ...
The contents of Testing have been moved to the current and extra repositories today. This means python 2.5, DB 4.5, wxGTK 2.8, PostgreSQL 8.2 and all the packages that have to be updated for these updates have been merged into current and extra. As this move involves many packages which take many megabytes, some mirrors can have problems catching up ...
A bunch new devland stuff in this newsletter. Hopefully things are looking up. Current: https://archlinux.org/newsletters/newsletter-2007-Mar-18.html Archive:
Sorry about not updating sooner. Current: https://archlinux.org/newsletters/newsletter-2007-Mar-04.html Archive: https://archlinux.org/newsletters/
The mm kernel is now reinstated, and has been moved to the [unstable] repo, which is more appropriate to its bleeding edge nature. A limited selection of compatible external modules is provided, namely nvidia-mm ati-fglrx-mm ipw3945-mm wlan-ng26-mm If there is sufficient demand for other modules, I will try to provide them, subject of course to successful compilation against mm. Contact ...
Hi folks, after one month heavy hacking during the evenings/weekends on archboot. 0.8 Beta2 Isos are available for i686 and x86_64. This time only isolinux is used to avoid non booting cd media. - switched to kernel 220.127.116.11 - to boot the ISO 96 MB RAM are recommended, it breaks somewhere between 80 - 90 MB RAM. (calculated like ...
The 'unstable' repository for Arch64 is now live. You can enable unstable in pacman.conf. Currently only xfce-svn is in the repo, but this will be updated soon to include beryl,gaim-svn and other unstable stuff. As always, use unstable at your own risk. Enjoy! - (ganja_guru)
Hi kernel 2.6.20 series entered current repository, thanks to the people who tested it. Latest Changes: - reverted additional framebuffer support - Recent Changes: Upstream Changes Nvidia Users consider this New_Nvidia_Drivers have fun and report bugs thanks greetings tpowa
Current: https://archlinux.org/newsletters/newsletter-2007-Feb-11.html Archive: https://archlinux.org/static/newsletters/
Hi kernel 2.6.20 series is now in testing, it will be the kernel series for 0.8 release so please test this stuff well before it can go into current repository. Changes: Console framebuffers added: --------- - to use the other framebuffers, disable vesa first in boot manager video=vesa:off - load the correct framebuffer module from MODULES= in rc.conf - Recent ...