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NixOS 16.03 ‘Emu’ Stable Release with Nix package manager

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Domen Kozar has announced the launch of NixOS 16.03. In NixOS, the entire operating system, including the kernel, applications, system packages and configuration files, are built by the Nix package manager. Nix stores all packages in isolation from each other; as a result there are no /bin, /sbin, /lib or /usr directories and all packages are kept in /nix/store instead. NixOS 16.03 is a fairly minor upgrade for the project, featuring updates to the kernel and systemd along with improvements to the Nix package manager. “NixOS community is proud to announce the third NixOS stable release ‘Emu’ 16.03. This is a low profile release, but it contains many small improvements. We had 10,567 commits from 448 contributors in this release spanning over six months. The release brings many improvements including Nix 1.12.2, systemd 229, kernel 4.4 and many packages updates.

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Download Graphical Installation CD 64 bit

Download Minimal Installation CD 32 bit

Download Minimal Installation CD 64 bit

License:
NixOS is free software, released under a permissive MIT/X11 license.

 

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Guix System Distribution 0.10.0 – GNU/Linux

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Ludovic Courtès has announced the release of a new version of the Guix System Distribution (GuixSD).
GuixSD is a GNU/Linux distribution committed to respecting and enhancing the freedom of its users. As such, it adheres to the GNU Free System Distribution Guidelines.
GNU Guix is a functional package manager for the GNU system. In addition to standard package management features, Guix supports transactional upgrades and roll-backs, unprivileged package management, per-user profiles, and garbage collection. Guix uses low-level mechanisms from the Nix package manager, except that packages are defined as native Guile modules, using extensions to the Scheme language. GuixSD offers a declarative approach to operating system configuration management, and is highly customizable and hackable.
As of version 0.10.0, the Guix System Distribution can be installed on an i686 or x86_64 machine. It uses the Linux-Libre kernel and the GNU Shepherd init system. Alternately, its package manager, GNU Guix, can be installed as an additional package manager on top of an installed Linux-based system.
It is also possible to use Guix on top of an already installed GNU/Linux system, including on mips64el and armv7.
Ludovic Courtès has announced the release of a new version. It offers reproducible builds for several key packages, plus the GNOME desktop environment and over 600 new packages in the project’s repositories. “It’s been almost five months since the previous release, and many things happened! The highlights include: Our grafting mechanism for security updates has been fixed to be generally applicable. Read this post for more information on the challenges behind this. Substitutes are now fetched by default over HTTPS and from a faster mirror. A number of packages have been made bit-for-bit reproducible, including glibc, Perl, Emacs packages, and Python packages. This work was simplified by Guix challenge and by the new –check and –rounds build options, and also by the insight gathered from other reproducible builds efforts. GNOME is now available, via the gnome-desktop-service procedure. 639 new packages, about as many package updates, greatly simplified by the addition of new importers and auto-updaters. A wealth of bug fixes, documentation improvements, Emacs niceties, and more!

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Guix is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

 

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Korora 22 codename “Selina” is released

generic-laptop-korora-gnome-desktopChris Smart has announced the release of Korora 22, a set of user-friendly, Fedora-based desktop Linux distributions with a choice of Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE 5, MATE and Xfce desktops: It has been a long road to the Korora 22 (code name ‘Selina’) release and we’re sorry that it has taken so long. However, it is now finally available for download. KDE 4 is no longer supported in Korora 22. If you do not wish to upgrade to KDE 5 then please stick with Korora 21. With this release we’ve decided to no-longer include Adobe Flash out of the box, due to the continued high number of security flaws. The repository is still enabled, however, and if you wish to use Flash you can install it using the package manager, or command line ‘sudo dnf install flash-plugin’ – or install and use Google Chrome which has the current up-to-date version of Flash.

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Download Korora 22 KDE 5 – i386 32bit

Download Korara 22 KDE 5 – x86_64 64bit

Download Korora 22 GNOME 3 – i386 32bit

Download Korora 22 GNOME 3 – x86_64 64bit

Download Korora 22 Cinnamon – i386 32bit

Download Korora 22 Cinnamon – x86_64 64bit

Download Korora 22 MATE – i386 32bit

Download Korora 22 MATE – x86_64 64bit

Download Korora 22 Xfce – i386 32bit

Download Korora 22 Xfce – x86_64 64bit

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Manjaro 0.8.13 released – Enjoy the simplicity

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Philip MĂźller has announced the launch of Manjaro Linux 0.8.13. Manjaro is an Arch-based distribution with friendly text and graphical system installers and the project offers many desktop utilities out of the box. “After four months of development we are happy to present to you Manjaro 0.8.13. This time we ship Xfce 4.12 tweaked and patched to have the best Xfce experience possible, Plasma 5.3.1, KDE Frameworks 5.10.0 and latest KDE Apps 15.04.1!” The announcement goes on to list specific upgrades to the project’s Xfce and KDE editions. New improvements can also be found in the distribution’s system installer: “We worked also hard to improve our graphical installer Thus and our system tools to make the installation and usage of Manjaro as easy and smooth as possible. With this install media we now support Manjaro to be installed on MMC/SD-Cards as well. This will allow some of you to install our distribution to smaller devices without hard drives. Also this install media fixes the issue we had with RAID0 and ext4.” Further information on this release can be found in the project’s release announcement.
With XFCE:

32 bit – x86 version

–  64 bit – x86_64 version

With KDE:

32 bit – x86 version

64 bit – x86_64 version

Net-Edition
The NET edition of Manjaro provides a base installation without a pre-installed display manager, desktop environment, or any desktop software applications. It allows you to build your own version of Manjaro from the ground up.

32 bit – x86 version

64 bit – x86_64 version

Community Edition
Cinnamon, Enlightenment, Fluxbox, Gnome, i3, LXDE, LXQT, MATE, Netbook, Openbox and PekWM can be installed from our Community Editions released when ready.
Razor-QT and other window-managers are also available for installation from the Official Manjaro repositories.

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