ALT Linux is a set of Linux distributions that are based on Sisyphus, an APT-enabled RPM package repository that aims to achieve feature completeness, usability, and security in a sensible and manageable mixture.
|Tags||Security Operating Systems Linux Distributions|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
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Release Notes: A GNUstep LiveCD and a server installer suitable for Hyper-V gen. 2 have been added. Rescue was much improved. OpenSSL 1.0.1h was included.
Release Notes: This release included KDE 4.13.
Release Notes: This initial release carries 0.7.0 packages.
Release Notes: This release adds a forensic mode (available via BIOS/UEFI bootloader menus), along with quite a few recovery utilities, including AFF/EWF tools, Linux 3.13, PassMark Memtest86 for EFI, and UTF-8 locale upon bootup.
Release Notes: An OpenVZ server image along with a template cache has been added. There are also a JeOS installer and a KVM disk image. Starterkits (built on a stable branch) are now more akin to the weekly Regular builds (using development repository), as they've been set up as a quarterly cron job with a week-long beta period; this time, the beta has been done by hand, but the release state looks good enough to begin the process.