Just in case nobody noticed, the Module Site has received a much-needed face-lift, which uses the base template for the main Lunar-Linux website. Some minor changes were also made to improve the overall speed and HTML-correctness since some areas actually had broken markup. [...]
From the occasional IRC chats regarding the current state of our network scripts. Alternatives have been proposed such as;
Retain the basic concepts of the current scripts and improve them to handle additional network connection types. In general just make them better than their current state. Switch to wicd. Switch to NetworkManager Switch to connman [...]
Easier to maintain once set up Easier to keep updated & migrate [...]
There are many things I love about Lunar and here is a little trick that might save you some time.
When `lunar update` is run it will of course sort through the modules installed on your system and present you with an editable list. As a Lunar developer, often times I know a module in [...]
A few days ago we had a little discussion on IRC how to handle renamed modules (once again). Due to the renamed KDE modules a few users had a broken Box because Lunar Linux isn’t keeping track of renamed modules – So, if a module gets renamed it looks like the module got removed and [...]
As hal is deprecated now, most new-installations don’t have it anymore. My netbook still has it, so how do I get rid of it easily? Read on, if you want to know..
We’ve had a few talks regarding the use of a database to speed up some processing/end-user-tools. Let’s say “lvu search”, the module searching when issuing “lunar renew” (which should be module_expired() and run_details()). Also things like “lvu depends”. However. Lunar’s package management is as good as it is, because it’s easy. All you need to [...]
The Lunar team proudly announce the final release of Lunar Linux 1.6.5 codename ‘Mare Ingenii’!
The last known issues with the ISO have been resolved. We added support for hybrid ISO in the last minute, which mean it’s a lot more easy to install lunar from an usb-stick from now on. The developers [...]
The Lunar team proudly announce the release of Lunar Linux 1.6.5-rc1 codename ‘Mare Ingenii’!
This project is still alive and we don’t intend to change that!
While news and updates on our main site may have been next to nil we assure you that the wheels have been turning behind the scenes. The [...]
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- sudo: version bumped to 1.8.11p2.
- lyx: version bumped to 126.96.36.199.
- libreoffice-bin: version bumped to 4.3.3.
- TECkit: bump to 2.5.3
- sbc: bump to 1.3.
- 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