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We are happy to announce that Lunar Linux 1.6.4 is coming closer to a release, 1.6.4-alpha3 codename ‘Lacus Autumni’ is available for testing.
It has been a long wait, but finally a new release is in the works that will correct all the issues installing Lunar using the old ISO’s. We have also [...]
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Long overdue, we are proud to announce the first alpha release of the 2.6-kernel based ISO installer. This release is baseed on the installer code of the 1.5.x ISO series but brings you a 18.104.22.168 kernel, udev+hotplug and sysfs natively in the installer.
lunar-1.6.0-i686-alpha1 iso (250M)
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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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- cmake: Bump to 3.0.2.
- Merge branch 'master' of github.com:lunar-linux/moonbase-other
- chromium: Bump to 31.0.1650.63. If you are using pepperflash you might need to launch
- Merge pull request #46 from stumbles/master
- digikam: Bump to 4.3.0
- Merge pull request #45 from stumbles/master
- kde-l10n: Bump to 4.14.1
- libvdpau: fix the sha1sum.
- Merge pull request #44 from stumbles/master
- kde: Bump to 4.14.1. The l10n stuff to follow soon.