Qt 5 on 32-bit x86

To all Adélie Linux users with 32-bit x86 processors, During testing of LXQt on a Pentium III, I noticed a repeated “Illegal instruction” error being raised by all Qt 5 applications. This is due to Qt 5’s build system overriding CFLAGS and building with SSE2 by default. This meant that most 32-bit x86 processors, including

Adélie Linux 1.0-ALPHA5: PCMCIA cards now supported for installation on 32-bit x86

The Adélie Linux Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce that new ISOs have been uploaded for the 32-bit x86 (pmmx) architecture containing the pcmciautils package. This allows you to use PCMCIA cards during installation; for example, network interfaces, FireWire cards, and USB cards. This change has been tested on IBM and Compaq laptops. More