Monthly Archives: March 2017

Review: Back from CLT 2017

It’s almost a week since the Chemnitzer Linux days: time for a brief review (link in German): To make a long story short: This meeting was a big success. Alfred and I arrived on Friday evening and went to check out … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup – 2017, week 11

It has been another busy week with lots of changes, upgrades, tests and news. Cauldron All of the Mageia-developed tools have been updated to include the latest translations, as well as updates to the DrakX installer that will hopefully fix … Continue reading

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ALCASAR, an open source Network Access Controller based on Mageia

“ALCASAR is a free Internet Access Controller for private or public consultation networks. It authenticates and protects users’ access regardless their connection type, or equipment (PC, smartphone, game console, TV sets, etc.).” I met the ALCASAR guys in 2012, during … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup – 2017, week 10

Cauldron This week saw a huge milestone for Mageia 6: the release of our second stabilisation snapshot, “sta2“. It is the product of 8 months of work since the previous milestone, sta1, and the quality has improved a lot! The … Continue reading

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The next step towards Mageia 6 is here, announcing sta2

Everyone at Mageia is delighted to announce the release of our latest development milestone, our second stabilisation snapshot (sta2). We are now one step closer to the release of Mageia 6! 8 months of bug fixing and polishing Knowing that … Continue reading

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