PostX Gnu/Linux is built from free software. It uses Debian’s main repository together with Techtimejourney’s repository as software sources. I have added contrib and non-free to the sources list of the iso images – just to make it more easier for the users to install what they might need.
This is the final release with Debian Jessie(now: oldstable). PostX Gnu/Linux uses OpenRC as an init system – this trend will continue.
New features / changes since 0.4.3: Continue reading “PostX 0.4.4. has arrived”
I have been making upgrades to my programs.
Runner-QT v.2: More simpler and intuitive. No hassle approach.
Power-Manager(QT): Dropping icons and making things absolutely excplicit.
Sequence FM v.4: Continue reading “Upgrades coming soon”
PostX 0.4.3 is released. If you need extra instructions then look at the older 0.4 series release notes, which still mostly apply.
PostX Gnu/Linux is built from free software. It uses Debian’s main repository together with my programs (Techtimejourney) repository as software sources. I have added contrib and non-free to sources list of the iso images just to make it more easier for the users to install what they might need.
New features / changes since 0.4.2:
– Software packages are upgraded and code has received some minor fixes. PostX 0.4.3 contains all the latest upgrades I have done to my software and it also contains the latest stable packages from Debian. Continue reading “PostX 0.4.3 is released as 32-bit and 64-bit”
During the PostX 0.4.2 a bug appeared. Originally, I wrote the text below from it:
“Important note. There seems to be a bug in Debian base(release building packages related). The bug appears when trying to start the installed system. The virtual terminal console number 2 gets stuck and only a black screen is showing when the login should appear. To overcome this issue press some of the following key combinations to open an alternative terminal….”
The actual error message is something like this: “Type “ONE_LEVEL” has 1 levels, but <RALT> has 2 symbols“.
The cause of this bug is not the Debian base but the Kernel. There seems to be some sort of bug in the 4.9.18 version, which causes the issues to appear. I have actually seen a variant of these issues before, which also manifested themselves via keyboard issues. I am now building new kernels and as soon as I can confirm that the keyboard issues are out I will release a 0.4.3 version of PostX Gnu/Linux containing fixes and all the recent software upgrades.