Category Archives: users

Weekly roundup 2017 – week 13

Cauldron The big Cauldron news is that ISO testing for Mageia 6 RC is well under way, new images were generated that will hopefully fix the EFI implementation and some grub config issues. Gnome 3.24 will be available on the … Continue reading

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Mageia at JDLL 2017 in Lyon on the 1st and 2nd of April

A quick late notice that a few contributors will have a stand at the yearly Libre Software Days in Lyon (“Journées du Logiciel Libre”, in French), as they do every year, next weekend (1st and 2nd of April). As always, … 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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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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Back from FOSDEM 2017 with new ideas and momentum!

Even though we could not have an official Mageia stand this year, the Mageia community was well represented at FOSDEM 2017 (Free and Open Source Developers’ European Meeting) in Brussels. We had an official talk by Anne and Samuel in … Continue reading

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