TA-Linux is a Linux distribution that targets power users. It features a small base installation that end users can expand to include any required software. It also attempts to support as many different architectures as possible - at this time x86 is fully supported, with Alpha, SPARC, PPC, and PA-RISC around the corner.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This first PPC release supports the Nubus and Oldworld PPC Macintosh; Newworld support is untested.
Release Notes: Major updates were made for Alpha since beta1. Many packages have been updated, including binutils and XFree86.
Release Notes: The packages were updated. An MTA and DHCP support were added. XFree86 was updated to 4.3.0. The collection now contains over 450 packages.
Release Notes: Many packages were updated, including the kernel and XFree86. The collection now features over 360 packages, including GNOME 2.2 and KDE 3.1. Some bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: A lot of packages have been updated, JFS has been updated to 1.0.21, there are new packages in the base category (pcmcia-cs and iptables), and major feature enhancements and bugfixes in the setup system.