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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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Weekly roundup – 2017, week 9

Given how well-received last week’s roundup was, we are continuing to deliver news about what is happening in Mageia. Cauldron Tests by the QA team showed that the infamous partitioning bug (mga#20074) we have been fighting with for several months … Continue reading

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Mageia at Chemnitz Linux Days 2017

As every year in Spring, the Chemnitz Linux Days (Chemnitzer Linux Tage – CLT) are coming soon and we have the pleasure to showcase our project, our community and our great distribution there. It takes place on the 11th and … Continue reading

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