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    Arquivo: Edição de 10-10-2012

    SECÇÃO: Tecnologias

    AVE 897-A

    Distros em linha

    Esta quinzena o site dedicado às distribuições de software livre Distrowatch anunciou o lançamento das seguintes distros: ROSA 2012.1 Alpha 2, Webconverger 15, Arch Linux 2012.10.06, AriOS 4.0, CAINE 3.0, openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 0, Absolute Linux 14.0, OS4 13 "OpenDesktop", Fuduntu 2012.4, Hanthana Linux 17 "LXDE", Slackware Linux 14.0, Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 2 e FreeNAS 8.3.0-BETA3. Uma nova distribuição, Cinnarch, entrou para a base de dados, enquanto mais quatro se encontram em lista de espera: Linux Lite, Brasillinux, Galsoft Linux e Open Node OS.

    ROSA 2012.1 ALPHA 2

    Konstantin Kochereshkin has announced the availability of the second alpha release of ROSA Desktop 2012.1: "The ROSA team is pleased to present an alpha 2 of the ROSA Desktop 2012.1 operating system. Major changes from the first alpha release include basic UEFI support and update of key system components and user applications. We have also significantly improved functionality of ROSA brand-name applications: SimpleWelcome, RocketBar, StackFolder, KLook and TimeFrame. In modern computers BIOS is replaced with a new interface between an operating system and platform firmware - Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI). Basic UEFI support was added to the alpha 2 of ROSA Desktop 2012.1 to allow launching the system on a broad range of modern desktop machines." Read the rest of the release announcement for a list of major software components and a handful of screenshots. Download: ROSA.2012.Desktop.Alpha2.i586.iso (1,489MB, MD5, torrent), ROSA.2012.Desktop.Alpha2.x86_64.iso (1,516MB, MD5, torrent).


    Kai Hendry has released Webconverger 15, a specialist Debian-based distribution for web kiosks featuring the latest Firefox web browser: "Webconverger 15 realises a design goal to seamlessly upgrade. A feature that no other Linux distribution has. Currently upgrades only works on the writable install version, not the live / read-only version that you will try at first. You might be wondering what 486: and 686-pae: mean. You should be safe with the default 686-pae: live kernel choice, though if it doesn't work on ancient hardware, that is what the 486 kernel is for. In the future we will endeavour to reduce these options and make the kernel choice automatic. What else has changed? Firefox 15.0.1; xinput= touch screen calibration API; log= debug API; restored i486 support for old PC hardware; chrome=debug for browser debugging and testing; fix PDF support which was accidentally broken in 14.1; restore printing support with CUPS." Read the rest of the release notes for more details. Download: webc-15.0.iso (310MB).

    ARCH LINUX 2012.10.06

    Pierre Schmitz has announced the release of Arch Linux 2012.10.06, the latest release of the project's installation CD image - now with systemd as the service manager: "The October release of the Arch Linux install medium is available for download and can be used for new installs or as a rescue system. It contains a set of updated packages and the following notable changes: systemd is used to boot up the live system; initscripts are no longer available on the live system but are still installed by default on the target system - this is likely to change in the near future; EFI boot and setup has been simplified; Gummiboot is used to display a menu on EFI systems; the following new packages are available on the live system: ethtool, FSArchiver, Gummiboot, Midnight Commander, Partclone, Partimage, rEFInd, rfkill, sudo, TestDisk, wget, xl2tpd." Here is the brief release announcement. Download: archlinux-2012.10.06-dual.iso (415MB, MD5, torrent).

    ARIOS 4.0

    Mahdi Fattahi has announced the release of AriOS 4.0, an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution with a highly customised and enhanced GNOME Shell: "I'm happy to announce that AriOS 4.0 final has been released. Built upon the solid base of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, AriOS comes with GNOME Shell as the default desktop, carefully modified and enhanced using a number of extensions to offer a better and more familiar user experience. AriOS is not a yet-another Ubuntu remaster. It comes with a slew of features, some of them unique. A beautiful, productivity-oriented desktop session using Avant Window Navigator + Compiz/Metacity; a script to auto-detect NVIDIA Optimus chips and install Bumblebee software; a GUI to turn on/off auto-mounting of partitions at boot; a handpicked selection of multimedia, graphics and office software." Read the rest of the release announcement for more information and screenshots. Download: AriOS-4.0-i386.iso (1,458MB, MD5).

    CINNARCH 2012.10.01

    Alex Filgueira announced the release of Cinnarch 2012.10.01 earlier this week. Cinnarch é uma moderna distribuição Linux Live CD, baseada em Arch Linux.

    Usa LightDM como login manager e traz Cinnamon como ambiente de desktop.As the name suggests, Cinnarch is an Arch-based Linux distribution featuring the user-friendly Cinnamon (a fork of GNOME Shell) as the graphical desktop; it is also a live CD image with a simple text-mode installation program. From the release announcement: "Cinnarch 2012.10.01 released. Changelog: systemd as a system and service manager, no initscripts, the boot process is now faster with the parallelization capabilities; Welcn, the new welcome screen for Cinnarch is present, but the graphical installer button is de-activated; quiet boot; CLI installer - other operating systems added to GRUB, fixed Intel drivers in Lenovo laptops; cinnarch-wallpapers now contains some wallpapers from deviantART; changed the default wallpaper; packages - Linux kernel 3.5.4, Cinnamon 1.6.1, LightDM 1.3.3, Xnoise 0.2.11, Pantheon-files 0.1, Hotot, Chromium 22." Download (MD5) links: cinnarch-2012.10.01-netinstall-i686.iso (624MB), cinnarch-2012.10.01-netinstall-x86_64.iso (653MB).

    CAINE 3.0

    Nanni Bassetti has announced the release of CAINE 3.0, an Ubuntu-based live DVD offering a complete digital forensic environment in a friendly graphical interface: "CAINE 3.0 is out! CAINE (Computer Aided INvestigative Environment) is an Italian GNU/Linux live distribution created as a project of digital forensics. Changelog: Linux kernel 3.2; MATE desktop 1.4; rbfstab - a utility that writes read-only entries to /etc/fstab so devices are safely mounted for forensic imaging/examination; mounter - a GUI mounting tool that sits in the system tray, left clicking the system tray drive icon activates a window where the user can select devices to mount or un-mount; scripts that are activated within the Caja web browser designed to make examination of allocated files simple; root file system spoofing patch...." Visit the project's home page to read the release announcement and to see a few screenshots of the new release. Download: caine3.0.iso (1,252MB, MD5).


    Jos Poortvliet has announced the availability of the initial development build of openSUSE 12.3: "Milestone 0 of openSUSE 12.3 is out! While we're still discussing the schedule and won't be deciding anything before the openSUSE Conference in Prague later this month, development is picking up steam. Changes: KDE is updated to 4.9.1 release; glibc is updated to 2.16 release; Linux kernel is updated to 3.6.0-rc7; X.Org updated to 1.13 release and all X.Org video drivers are updated to latest stable release; Mesa updated to upcoming v9 snapshot; DRM libraries updated to 2.4.33 release; Qt updated to 4.8.2 release; Emacs updated to 24.2 release; OpenJDK updated to release; Banshee media player is updated to 2.5.1 release...." Here is the complete release announcement. Download (mirrors): openSUSE-KDE-LiveCD-Build0050-i686.iso (608MB, MD5, torrent), openSUSE-GNOME-LiveCD-Build0050-i686.iso (603MB, MD5, torrent), openSUSE-KDE-LiveCD-Build0050-x86_64.iso (613MB, MD5, torrent), openSUSE-GNOME-LiveCD-Build0050-x86_64.iso (611MB, MD5, torrent).


    Paul Sherman has announced the release of Absolute Linux 14.0, a major new version of the project's lightweight desktop distribution based on Slackware Linux and featuring the IceWM window manager: "Absolute Linux 14.0 released. Coincides with the Slackware 14.0 release, keeping in step with libraries, toolchain and basic applications. Absolute has moved away from udisks to use the lighter SpaceFM file manager, which takes advantage of native kernel polling. So as always, Absolute will run fast on modest hardware. NetworkManager is taking care of Internet connections by default. Java and multimedia add-ons need to be installed (via system tools, as root) post-installation. Chrome browser is now the default (taking the place of chromium and/or Firefox). I distribute the browser with several plugins and the Chrome browser comes with a more up-to-date Flash release than what is available as a generic plugin for Linux machines." Visit the distribution's home page to read the release announcement. Download (MD5): absolute-14.0.iso (700MB).


    Roberto Dohnert has announced the release of OS4 13 "OpenDesktop" edition, an Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the Xfce desktop: "Today we are pleased to announce the arrival of the next generation of desktop operating systems, OS4 OpenDesktop 13. With this release we bring a lot of new functionality and bug fixes to the OS4 family. OS4 OpenDesktop 13 is the most capable Linux desktop featuring an easy-to-use interface and including a vast array of hardware support, WiFi support, along with all the multimedia codecs, Blu-Ray and DVD playback. OS4 OpenDesktop 13 is the premier Linux distribution for the home or business user. Our unprecedented commitment to cloud computing and Internet technologies makes OS4 OpenDesktop 13 the best platform for consumption of cloud services." Read the full release announcement for further details. Download: os4-opendesk13-32.iso (1,290MB, MD5), os4-opendesk13-64.iso (1,404MB, MD5).

    FUDUNTU 2012.4

    Andrew Wyatt announced the release of Fuduntu 2012.4, an updated version of the project's rolling-release distribution forked from Fedora: "The Fuduntu team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Fuduntu 2012.4. This is the fourth quarterly release for 2012. Like all previous Fuduntu releases, this release follows our tradition of making small incremental distribution improvements that don't sacrifice the stability of our Linux distribution. Existing Fuduntu users have already rolled up to 2012.4, as all of the updates available are released to our stable repository. This release comes with several changes, new features, and improvements. There have been changes to the way TMPFS works. With this update, the management of TMPFS mount points has been optimized. Several mount points have been mounted under /run to reduce disk I/O, increasing speed and battery life." Here is the full release announcement with details about the new features. Download (SHA1): Fuduntu-2012.4-i686-LiveDVD.iso (962MB, torrent), Fuduntu-2012.4-x86_64-LiveDVD.iso (957MB, torrent).


    Danishka Navin announced the release of Hanthana Linux 17 "LXDE" edition, a lightweight live CD built from Fedora 17 and featuring the LXDE desktop environment: "Hanthana Linux live CD, the newest member of the Hanthana Linux family comes out today. While our regular DVD release is a complete software repository with the latest 3D-accelerated desktop, the live CD will cater to the needs of low-resource requirements, personalized software selection and simplicity. It comes with all the goodness of Hanthana and Fedora version 17, including Mozilla Firefox, LibreOffice Writer, Calc and Impress, and loads of more lightweight applications. LXDE is a lightweight and customizable desktop environment, which is designed to work with older hardware, although it also works perfectly well with modern 3D-accelerated graphics hardware." Here is the full release announcement which includes a screenshot of the default desktop. Download the installable live CD image from SourceForge: Hanthana-17-i386-livecd.iso (683MB, SHA256).


    After more than two months of testing, Patrick Volkerding has finally announced the release of Slackware Linux 14.0: "The long wait is finally over and a new stable release of Slackware has arrived! Since our last stable release, a lot has changed in the Linux and FOSS world. The kernel has moved on to major version 3 (we're using the long-term supported 3.2.29 kernel for this release), X.Org has released X11R7.7, and Firefox has had a whopping 11 major releases to arrive at version 15.0.1! We've brought together the best of these and other modern components and worked our magic on them. You'll find new compilers (including the LLVM/Clang compiler that's becoming a popular alternative to GCC), development tools, libraries, and applications throughout, all prepared with our careful and rigourous testing. If you've used Slackware before, you'll find the system feels like home." Consult the release announcement and release notes for further details. Download: slackware-14.0-install-dvd.iso (2,345MB, MD5, torrent), slackware64-14.0-install-dvd.iso (2,299MB, MD5, torrent).

    UBUNTU 12.10 BETA 2

    The second and final beta release of Ubuntu 12.10, code name "Quantal Quetzal", is ready for testing: "The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the final beta release of Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core products. Some of the new features available since beta 1 are: Quantal beta 2 includes the 3.5.0-15.23 Ubuntu Linux kernel which is based on the 3.5.4 upstream Linux kernel; Unity has been updated to version 6.6 which contains the new default web application in the launcher, a new shopping lens, improvements to the dash and multiple bug fixes; GNOME has been updated to 3.5.92 for most components (some to 3.6.0); accessibility is turned on by default." Read the release announcement and release notes for more information. Download (SHA256): ubuntu-12.10-beta2-desktop-i386.iso (751MB, torrent), ubuntu-12.10-beta2-desktop-amd64.iso (756MB, torrent). Updated CD and DVD images for Kubuntu (download, release notes), Xubuntu (download, announcement), Lubuntu (download), Edubuntu (download) and Ubuntu Studio (download) are also available.

    FREENAS 8.3.0-BETA3

    The fast and furious development of FreeNAS, a FreeBSD-based operating system designed to provide free Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services, continues with a new beta: "The FreeNAS development team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeNAS 8.3.0-BETA3. This is the last planned public beta of 8.3.0 as it moves towards the final. This beta includes a re-factoring of the Active Directory and LDAP integration. It has a rework of serial port support, adding the ability to set the serial port speed. The NFS sharing was re-factored in BETA2 with an eye towards maintaining compatibility with sharing schemes set up in previous FreeNAS releases. The re-factored sharing is more powerful and flexible than in previous releases, while enforcing the OS-based rules. Support for the LSI 'skinny' RAID controllers was added, including the 9265/9285." Here is the full release announcement. Download: FreeNAS-8.3.0-BETA3-x86.iso (160MB, SHA256), FreeNAS-8.3.0-BETA3-x64.iso (170MB, SHA256).



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    Linux Lite é uma distribuição baseada em Ubuntu, com ambiente de desktop Xfce, e oferecendo várias das mais comuns aplicações, tais como Firefox, LibreOffice, VLC, GIMP ou Thunderbird.


    Brasillinux é uma distribuição de origem brasileira baseada em Debian GNU/Linux. Vem com um kernel Linux recente, menu Mint e instalação localizada em Português.


    Galsoft Linux é uma nova distribuição Linux baseada em Lubuntu. Vem com localização em língua galega.


    OpenNode OS é uma solução de virtualização open-source baseada em CentOS, e suportando quer a tecnologia OpenVZ quer KVM.


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