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PLD Live reaches first stable release

Written for PLD Linux by Patryk Zawadzki on 2008-09-18

The PLD Live project is proud to announce the first stable release marked th.2008.09. To make it easier for you to track the releases, we have launched a new site:

http://livecd.pld-linux.org/

Yes, that's the address the previous LiveCD project used until 2004. If you ever feel like going back in time and testing the original Ac-based images, these are still available at http://livecd.pl/ and soon will also be available at http://livecd-ac.pld-linux.org/

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New PLD Live with a graphical installer available

Written for PLD Linux by Patryk Zawadzki on 2008-09-07

A little more than a week has passed and we more exciting news to report on the PLD Live front.

The project has reached an important milestone - the Anaconda installer is functional and now part of the Live CD image. Yes, we now have an installer, woohoo!

Other changes include a new NetworkManager snapshot, latest PackageKit integration and removing passwords for default users.

The last change was in the version scheme. New images will now be named after the underlying PLD line, year and month of release. In other words this version is called th.2008.09_beta4!

For now the image can be downloaded from ftp://ep09.pld-linux.org/people/qwiat/ but in a couple of days it should be available on all PLD Linux mirrors.

As usual, please use Launchpad to report any bugs (and we are sure there are many installation related ones).

PLD Live revived

Written for PLD Linux by Patryk Zawadzki on 2008-08-30

The PLD Linux team is proud to announce the comeback of PLD Live project. During years 2002-2006 the project was lead and maintained by Łukasz "havner" Pawelczyk. The new project, temporarily called PLD Live 2.0 is maintained by Paweł 'qwiat' Kwiatkowski. It is based on PLD Th line and sports an up-to-date 2.6.25 kernel, GNOME 2.22.3 and the latest version of poldek.

The image is available for download at ftp://ftp.pld-linux.org/people/qwiat/ so make sure you give it a try.

Have fun and use Launchpad should you find any bugs.

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