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Peppermint Five will be released 23rd June 2014, along with a makeover of the Peppermint website.
The main website is currently down for the makeover, but will go live at sometime on Monday, where you’ll find the 32bit and 64bit ISO’s for Pepeprmint 5 available for download
Peppermint Four will be released 14th June 2013, along with a makeover of the Peppermint website.
The main website will be down between 7th June – 14th June, so its reopening will coincide with the release of Peppermint Four
The second instalment in the Single Point Of Failure series is now available detailing how to go about installing a Gluster filesystem. Click here to visit [&hellip
For true resilience, we need at the very least to be able to re-locate a virtual machine to different physical hardware without restarting it, which [&hellip
ANNNNNND(!), so we go live! The first alpha release of Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal has been released, and don’t go expecting huge changes because there aren’t ANY.
Apart from some big applications getting packages updated, 12.10a1 shipping with Firefox 14 beta and Rhythmbox getting a few minor visual tweaks, and the Update manager being renamed to Software Updater, there’s really nothing to excite you about it
Recently people have been complaining that the USC crashes for a couple of seconds on launching the application. The problem lies within one of the [&hellip
The next release of Ubuntu set for release later this year, will be named Quantal Quetzal. Mark Shuttlesworth’s reasoning behind it, is below. “Quality comes [&hellip
Clement Lefebvre and the Linux Mint team have announced the release of Linux Mint Debian Edition 201204 Release Candidate with updated ISOs for MATE/Cinnamon and [&hellip