You better believe it, the day you all have been waiting for has finally arrived. The Lunar team proudly announce the final release of Lunar Linux 1.7.0 codename ‘Sinus Successus’.
Like the phoenix rising from the ashes Lunar Linux is back with a vengeance; a lot of overhauling have been done all over the [...]
Some might have believed we were down for the count, but on the contrary we have actually been quite busy working on the core of Lunar (and with our lives). Four very long years has passed by since our last release. Yet there have been a few adventurous souls still brave enough to [...]
We are about to wrap up the transition of the lunar services to our new hosts. There are still a few tasks that remains to be handled but we will get to them as fast as we possibly can. Should you notice any issues please don’t hesitate to tell me (Ratler) or Auke [...]
(original message by Auke (sofar) on the maillinglist)
as some of you know our current hosting solution will no longer be available to us in the future. We’re working on a temporary solution to prevent most services from becoming unavailable altogether, but we can’t foresee any issues with migration. So, please be prepared for any [...]
As people have started asking if Lunar-Linux were a dead project, we would like to inform you that it is not. Developers are working on improving the Lunar components and new/updated modules that hit the Moonbase every week.
The next installation ISO has been in development for some time now and there have been 4 [...]
As every developer has his own way of using git and developing lunar modules,
I think, it’s an appropriate first post to describe my basic workflow.
First of all my systems moonbase is the git-repository, instead of the default one.
So `lunar set MOONBASE` prints
While this allows instant integration of [...]
Just updated and uploaded a new image for use as a 32bit chroot – This is especially for those interesting, who want to use Lunar Linux in 64bit and need to run 32bit apps as well. Lunar Linux is not multilib and will, as it looks like, never be multilib (but never say never, so). [...]
Currently we aren’t using the MAINTAINER= flag correctly in Lunar. I’d even go that far and say, we don’t care about that flag and we simply ignore it. With the new separation (stable / unstable) this will change:
The maintainer-flag is usually set by developers or people for a specific module; that means such people [...]
Both, developers and users awaited the ability to have Lunar Linux in stable and unstable. The last few days and in the past months we had talks and discussions about that and today we came to a solution.
Instead of writing a lot of bla bla: Currently you can decide between stable and unstable ONLY [...]
The theme system in MediaWiki isn’t the greatest, so it will take some time and hammering to get things in [...]
IntroductionWelcome to the official Lunar Linux website! Lunar is a source-based distribution for 32 and 64bit Intel or AMD systems with simple, yet powerful package management and system administration tools. If you want a flexible system built from source that is easy to install and maintain, you should try Lunar!
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- oui on Lunar Linux 1.7.0 (i686 & x86_64) ISO’s released
- Unni on Lunar Linux 1.7.0-rc2 (i686 & x86_64) ISO’s released
- Ratler on Service transition
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- Merge pull request #730 from stumbles/syslinux
- Merge branch 'Florin65-tool'
- libtool: fix version variable
- Merge pull request #740 from Florin65/dhcp
- Merge pull request #743 from Florin65/nasm
- Merge pull request #744 from Florin65/lsof
- gdb: version bumped to 7.8.1.
- lsof: version bumped to 4.88.
- nasm: vrsion bumped to 2.11.06.
- git: version bumped to 2.1.3.