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Lunar Linux 1.6.0 has been released

This is a major step forward from the 1.5.x series releases, adding a lot of features to Lunar-Linux installs, such as SELINUX, NPTL threads, udev, and more 2.6-kernel related improvements to the Linux OS. This release also adds the user-friendly installer and refines it greatly. It adds better hardware recognition and module loading options, an easier way to setup compilers against kernel sources and headers, and easier compiler optimisation management with a completely pluggable package management tool. The installer is now also capable of installing and initialising software RAID.

About the Lunar Linux

With great pleasure we release "Indium Antimonide", also known as the Lunar-Linux 1.6.0-i686 Installer ISO in to the public. After over half a year of work on our first 2.6.x kernel based ISO series, it is finally ready, and ready it is!

This is a major step forward from the 1.5.x series releases, adding a lot of features to Lunar-Linux installs, such as SELINUX, NPTL threads, udev, and more 2.6-kernel related improvements to the Linux OS.

This release also adds the user-friendly installer and refines it greatly. It adds better hardware recognition and module loading options, an easier way to setup compiles against kernel sources and headers, and easier compile optimization management with a completely pluggable package management tool. The installer is now also capable of installing and initializing software RAID.

This ISO comes with gcc-3.4.5, glibc-2.3.6, linux-2.6.16, perl-5.8.8, and other rock solid base components. New packages on this ISO are wipe (secure data deletion), foremost (arbitrary data recovery tool), lftp (popular request), a full vim, ethtool and dmidecode (for network and hardware diagnostics).

Stable - 2.6-kernel

The current stable 2.6-kernel based lunar ISO version is 1.6.0. Read the ChangeLog for a history of features.

The lunar ISO allows you to install lunar-linux on any i686 or higher x86 system (Including amd-64 and em64t machines, running in 32-bit) based PC that can boot from CD-ROM and is quite minimal. You might have to recompile your own kernel and setup networking (Driver sources are on the ISO). For more information on how to install lunar read the installation manual.

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Click here to Download http://lunar-linux.org/mirrors

 

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