Adélie #Linux 1.0-ALPHA6 has been released for all four architectures we support:
* PowerPC (32-bit and 64-bit)
* x86 (32-bit and 64-bit)
More bug fixes, and more available packages than ever before.
Read more on our blog: https://adeliedev.blogspot.com/2018/04/adelie-1.0-alpha6-is-now-available.html
Or dive right in!
As a fun little tidbit, this is Adélie Linux 1.0-ALPHA5 on a Pentium III/500 with 256 MB RAM. The KDE Plasma 5 desktop is a bit slow, but does run fully! Imagine what you can do with the hardware you have lying around your house. Give it a spin 😀
Adélie #Linux 1.0-ALPHA5 has been released for four architectures:
* x86 (32-bit)
* PowerPC (32-bit)
* PowerPC (64-bit)
It includes LXQt, KDE Plasma 5, Apache HTTP server, and many more packages. It's based on the musl libc, so it has a small footprint and works well on old and new hardware alike!
Read more on our blog: https://adeliedev.blogspot.com/2018/03/adelie-1.0-alpha5-now-available.html
Or dive right in: https://distfiles.adelielinux.org/adelie/1.0-alpha5/iso/
We have released 1.0 Alpha 4! This release includes the LXQt desktop for PowerPC computers, and KDE and LXQt desktops for x86_64.
We're still working on bringing a good desktop experience to the 32-bit x86.
Stay tuned for a new release of easy-kernel this weekend, including a mitigation for Meltdown.
We're happy to announce that we've released 1.0-alpha3 of Adélie Linux, a new distribution focused on stability, security, and speed.
It's available for x86_64 and PowerPC, and you can read more about it at https://adelielinux.org - or check out the release info directly at http://adeliedev.blogspot.com/2017/09/1.0-alpha3-released.html
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