Some News for May 2013 (1 comment)
There are things that simply crave for being done. And once they are done, you wonder why on hell you've waited for so long before actually setting them right! This is a life truth, but the rule applies to machinery and OSes as well.Read more...
calculate-sources v3.7.10 / 3.8, your kernel will be built on a quite new basis.
All kernel settings were moved to templates¶
How it works¶
Our new approach somewhat reminds me of eclasses that change the way an ebuild behaves without actually changing its version. It doesn't help release binary updates, but makes routines simplier. Besides:
- Kernel updates will be released soon after the vanilla release has been announced, as we won't need extra time to patch ebuilds.
What's New on Calculate Linux (Feb 2013) (1 comment)
A bit of news on what's going on in here...
New Calculate Utilities 3.1.3¶
Since v3.1.3, Calculate Utilities will have a new approach to updating config files, rewriting them on critical moments only. This means when your system has just been installed or when the host has joined a domain. And once the files have been updated, our brand new analog of
dispatch-conf prompts for yes or no before actually applying changes.
Calculate Linux 12 Beta 2 Testing (1 comment)
Released on December 22, 2012
Here's the second beta for Calculate Linux 13!
As ever, come and choose your favourite between Calculate Directory Server (CDS), Calculate Linux Desktop featuring either KDE (CLD), GNOME (CLDG) or XFCE (CLDX), Calculate Media Center (CMC),
Calculate Linux 13 Beta Testing (2 comment)
Released on December 13, 2012
We are happy to announce the release of the first Calculate Linux 13 beta version.
As ever, you are welcome to choose between Calculate Linux Desktop featuring either KDE (CLD), GNOME (CLDG) or XFCE (CLDX), Calculate Directory Server (CDS) for server solutions, Calculate Media Center (CMC) should you need any and, last but not least, scratch versions for those preferring minimal installations: Calculate Linux Scratch (CLS) and Calculate Scratch Server (CSS).Read more...
We are happy to announce the beta release of Calculate Linux 13. Bootable ISOs will be available very soon, but if you are a CL user already, you can update right now!
The major change we made was migrating to Calculate Utilities 3.1 (though also in betas for the time being).
In v3.1, templates are not package-bound: they can now call variables of different modules, thus reducing the number of calls and remodeling the tree, which has become event-based. As for events, they have, respectively,Read more...
We've made it! After many alpha versions, we are finally releasing the first Calculate Utilities 3.1 Beta. Binary packages are now available for them in all CL editions. Let's have a closer look at the changes.Read more...
It was high time Gentoo maintainers removed the hard mask from GNOME 3.4, so we’ll see the famous
eog once again (remember that nobody wanted to fix v3.2..?) They were probably right to keep some packages masked, but we shouldn’t wait until they have removed Gnome 3.2 from the Portage tree, I guess.
Gnome 3.4 has been unmasked. The testing image is ready…but you’d better not look at it now! Once
gnome-shell-calculate plugins have been rewritten, an update to the new
What's New on Calculate Linux (Aug 2012) (2 comment)
Centered on the XFCE edition¶
I will begin this news bulletin with something that happened to Calculate, Ltd.: instead of KDE, our employees now use the more lightweight XFCE version.Read more...
Five years old (1 comment)
Yesterday, on June, 22 the Calculate Linux project was five. First big achievement or baby age? Both, I guess.
Five years ago, what was to become the CL team registered calculate-linux.ru and uploaded the first version of their home-made OS, Calculate Linux 7.6, for free distribution. For two years after that, on the 1st of each month (!) a new version was released, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 7.10, 7.11, 8.0, et caetera. And those were not just for the fun of annoying the Linux community: each of thoseRead more...
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