Hello all! Horizon The Horizon installation system has seen more testing and a few more reliability and correctness fixes. Packaging Max Rees (sroracle@) fixed an issue in gettext-tiny that caused some builds to fail. They also updated many packages to their latest versions and fixed security issues, including updating Qemu to 4.2.0. They also fixed
Hello all! Horizon The Horizon system now supports the netconfigtype key, which allows you to use Horizon to install Alpine Linux using /etc/network/interfaces configuration files. Packaging Max Rees (sroracle@) updated and patched more packages for the latest security updates, including Python 3 and Thunderbird. They also updated YouTube-DL to the latest version, and fixed an
Hello all! Horizon More contextual help has been added. The target directory for script execution is now configurable in the Script object. Many small fixes were identified from real-world deployments using Horizon. We thank our community members for their testing. Packaging Max Rees (sroracle@) updated many packages for security updates, including the Z shell. A.
Hello all! This has been a significant and historical week for the Adélie project: we are now officially incorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation in the State of Oklahoma! This gives us the ability to expand our efforts, and we are excited to begin the next chapter of our story. Horizon The Script class was
Hello all! A large amount of goodies have been added to Adélie this week, mostly in our installer, Horizon. Horizon Partitioning for the Runtime Environment has been added to the Qt frontend, and more partition features are now available. An initial implementation of automatic partitioning is available. Additionally, partition tables can now be dynamically reloaded.
Hello all! The news of the week is definitely our release of Adélie Linux 1.0-RC1. It doesn’t stop there, though. We’ve made a lot of exciting progress since then. Horizon The DiskMan component has been written, and with it, the majority of the Qt 5-based partitioning user interface. Calvin Buckley has rewritten the Horizon CLI
Hello all! This week was spent ensuring that Adélie Linux 1.0 RC1 is the most stable, secure, and solid release yet. abuild The work to ensure abuild works properly with the dash shell has concluded! This means that the abuild package no longer requires Bash. Additionally, the work to make automatic ‘dev’ and ‘symbols’ metapackages
Hello all! In addition to our usual work on Horizon, this week also saw developments with our Web site. Horizon Wi-Fi network association using the Horizon Wizard UI is under heavy development and it is likely to land very soon. Package choices are now possible in the Custom installation. You can choose to from each