All releases of Dynebolic GNU/Linux

  •  22 Sep 2011 19:58
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    Release Notes: This build runs on the Linux-Libre kernel and excludes any non-free software. Packaging is based on .deb packages aggregated from pure:dyne, Ubuntu karmic, and various upstream sources. The boot process is based on debian-live scripts and the desktop is based on Gnome2. In 1.6GB of space are included many multimedia applications, encryption tools to grant users privacy, games, and the tools needed to customize the distribution itself. While this is the start of a new development season, a new user manual and more features are in the works.

    •  11 Nov 2007 17:31
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      Release Notes: This release adds support for Java and for thin-client PXE network booting, along with improvements to Web browsing and {DF reading, upgrades to Xorg, K3b, and MPlayer, and more documentation and bugfixes.

      •  02 Oct 2007 13:34
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        Release Notes: This version includes writable support for NTFS partitions, an enhanced USB nesting mechanism, support for FireWire audio cards, and new and updated applications including as Ardour2, Ekiga, and Pidgin. Command-line and console-based software as Mutt, Procmail, Fetchmail, SpamAssassin, and Msmtp have been included to support a secure text based mail system out of the box. GTK+, Cairo, and other libraries have been updated and several bugs fixed.

        •  11 Mar 2007 11:52
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          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug of version 2.4.1 which prevented correct booting from CD.

          •  09 Mar 2007 14:08
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            Release Notes: The docking mechanism (boot from CD and run from HD) has been fixed, along with other stability and usability issues. New software includes DVDStyler, StreamTuner, and bluetooth core and graphical tools. Abiword has been reintroduced, Cinelerra and Firefox-fs have been updated, the documentation has been expanded, and boot scripts have been reorganized and cleaned.

            •  20 Feb 2007 16:47
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              Release Notes: This release improves user-friendliness by introducing Xfce-4.4 as the new default desktop. The ability to create an encrypted (Rijndael/SHA256) nest that secures personal data stored in home directories was added. New and updated software includes QParted and Cinelerra. Several bugfixes were applied for a complete multiuser environment. The core architecture has been re-engineered to modularize inclusion of different kernels.

              •  13 Dec 2006 18:31
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                Release Notes: The pure:dyne low latency GNU/Linux distribution for media artists comes with optimized and tested software such as supercollider, icecast, csound, packet forth, fluxus, and much more, including pure data and a collection of essential externals and abstractions (PDP, PiDiP, Gem, GridFlow, RRadical, and PixelTango). It is compatible with dyne:II, so all the Home Studio "classics" can be used (Ardour, LADSPA, seq24, Rezound etc.). Numerous essential graphics programs are also bundled (such as Inkscape, GIMP, and Blender).

                •  24 Nov 2006 13:40
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                  Release Notes: This release runs efficiently on solid state devices, loading its system from a compact-flash or similar controller. It significantly improves stability and performance, running a Linux 2.6.18 kernel well optimized for realtime low latency and an updated udev-103 hotplug setup. New and updated software includes: VNC for remote desktop operation and recording, MPlayer and ffmpeg audio/video codecs, DVD recording tools, the Ksubtitle editor, FUSE, and PCMCIA card auto-detection.

                  •  11 Oct 2006 10:07
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                    Release Notes: Booting is now supported from USB, SATA, and SCSI volumes. Xorg was updated to 7.1. New applications are included for VOIP, WiFi, and harddisk boot installation. The documentation was also improved.

                    •  14 Jul 2006 10:50
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                      Release Notes: The Linux kernel was upgraded to 2.6.17. Support was added for LVM, RAID volumes, and network file system. Docking and nesting on USB storage are fixed, as well as audio streaming with MuSE. Desktop usability and VGA detection are improved, and a new application has been added to the audio module: Rosegarden.

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