The Adélie Linux Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the release of Adélie Linux 1.0-ALPHA3 for the x86_64 and 32-bit PowerPC platforms. Learn more about Adélie Linux on our Web site. This release is our first release based on the Alpine Linux build system, abuild. It features full Gtk+ 3 support and is built
As we mentioned before, we had moved our upstream basis from Gentoo Linux to Galapagos Linux. We had hoped to revitalise the Portage system and create something great together with the Galapagos Linux team. However, due to further increased toxicity from the Gentoo Linux project that was their upstream, such a future could not be
It is our great honour to announce the availability of the 1.0-ALPHA2 release of Adélie Linux. The 32-bit PowerPC platform is now fully supported, and 64-bit PowerPC support is expected for ALPHA3. This release updates SYSLINUX to 6.03, bringing UEFI compatibility to x86_64; updates Plasma to 5.8.5 and Qt to 5.7.1 on most platforms (x86_32
The Adélie Linux Release Engineering team is proud to announce that 1.0-ALPHA1 has been released for the x86_32 (Pentium III / Pentium-M) and x86_64 (Generic) architectures. Adélie Linux is a binary Linux distribution that focuses on unique goals: Full POSIX® compliance, multi-architecture compatibility, and flexibility over politics. Learn more about our goals and focuses on
Over the past few months, some inquiries have been made as to whether Adélie is still being actively developed. A quick perusal will show Git being very active, but Git isn’t a release. The short answer is that yes, Adélie is still extant and we are very excited for the progress that has been made.
Due to the unpredictable nature of testing a software distribution on a wide variety of hardware, the Adélie Linux team has felt it necessary to delay the public release of 1.0-ALPHA1 for a few more days. This was not an easy decision, but it is the correct decision to ensure you have a solid platform
Due to a few unforeseen kernel configuration issues, the release of 1.0-ALPHA1 for x86_64 and x86_32 has been delayed one day. We are continuing to do integration testing on a wide variety of hardware to ensure that there are no other boot-time issues. Additionally, the PowerPC port is beginning to progress towards a working toolchain;
The Adélie Linux team is proud to announce that the 1.0-ALPHA1 release will be coming very shortly. Most of the x86_64 port is ready for testing, and the x86-525 (Pentium III/Pentium-M) port is progressing nicely. The PowerPC port has unfortunately been delayed again, as our build server is having issues with display hardware preventing it