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#26 2016-04-30 02:29:20

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Stretch will be frozen at some point.  Just a rough guess, maybe November.  Yeah, about one year to Stable being Stretch if things go well sounds about right.

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#27 2016-04-30 08:47:45

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

I've just installed again on an old laptop. The bl-welcome script must be one of the neatest things in the Linux distro world - megakudos to @johnraff big_smile


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#28 2016-04-30 09:08:27

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Horizon_Brave wrote:

Is there a cut-off date for Stretch for when they aren't taking new packages or changes to existing packages?

The repositories are "frozen" about six months before the official release.

That date is currently set as 2017-02-05
https://wiki.debian.org/DebianStretch


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#29 2016-04-30 09:09:52

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

damo wrote:

The bl-welcome script must be one of the neatest things in the Linux distro world - megakudos to @johnraff big_smile

Quoted for truth smile

Well done johnraff!


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#30 2016-04-30 16:22:14

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Congratulations , I am pleased to be part of this community  devil  devil


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#31 2016-04-30 17:32:29

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Great work, congratulations on the stable release!

twoion wrote:

This time, there are three hybrid live+installation ISOs: Two editions are larger-than-CD-size 64bit and 32bit ISOs, the third edition is a CD-sized 32bit ISO which also comes with a non-PAE kernel to accommodate older systems and a somewhat reduced package list to keep the size down.

Thank you. The CD-sized ISO helps with older machines, which cannot boot from USB.

What is exactly the difference between the CD-sized and the non CD-sized 32 bit versions. What packages should be installed/uninstalled if one wants exactly the same Bunsenlabs but with non PAE kernel? Or is the difference only in the live version not in the installed one?

Thank you again for the great work!

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#32 2016-04-30 19:30:00

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Cheers! Thank you for the stable release. I'll upgrade later.


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#33 2016-04-30 20:20:48

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

damo wrote:

I've just installed again on an old laptop. The bl-welcome script must be one of the neatest things in the Linux distro world - megakudos to @johnraff big_smile

Seconded - fantastic work.

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#34 2016-05-01 01:43:43

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Thanks to everyone for your kind wishes, support and awesome forum posts!

@The BL Dev Team, tremendous work. Cheers everyone!

ghorvath wrote:

What is exactly the difference between the CD-sized and the non CD-sized 32 bit versions. What packages should be installed/uninstalled if one wants exactly the same Bunsenlabs but with non PAE kernel? Or is the difference only in the live version not in the installed one?

I'll put up a thread detailing the differences once the dust has settled here (busy!) You can start by installing all the missing applications in the right-click menu. Switch leafpad for Geany and whatever terminal I used (lx or xfce) for terminator, and you're getting close.

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#35 2016-05-03 05:14:07

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

hhh wrote:

Thanks to everyone for your kind wishes, support and awesome forum posts!

Truly.
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hhh wrote:
ghorvath wrote:

What is exactly the difference between the CD-sized and the non CD-sized 32 bit versions. What packages should be installed/uninstalled if one wants exactly the same Bunsenlabs but with non PAE kernel? Or is the difference only in the live version not in the installed one?

I'll put up a thread detailing the differences once the dust has settled here (busy!) You can start by installing all the missing applications in the right-click menu. Switch leafpad for Geany and whatever terminal I used (lx or xfce) for terminator, and you're getting close.

I'm thinking a bunsen-full-metapackage might be the way to go here. Users wanting to make sure they have all the packages could just install that (--with-recommends) and it would pull everything in. It wouldn't take long to make.


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#36 2016-05-03 07:35:56

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

^That's a great idea, John. I'll put a list together in a day or two.

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#37 2016-05-03 09:34:03

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Yeahhhh congrats BL team !!
Amazing and enhanced CB continuation, thanks for the good job !!!

I'm doing an 'apt-get update' in rc2 and I'm getting this

There is no public key available for the following key IDs:
1397BC53640DB551

Any idea on how to solve it ?
cool

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#38 2016-05-03 11:01:27

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

carugnom wrote:

Yeahhhh congrats BL team !!
Amazing and enhanced CB continuation, thanks for the good job !!!

I'm doing an 'apt-get update' in rc2 and I'm getting this

There is no public key available for the following key IDs:
1397BC53640DB551

Any idea on how to solve it ?
cool

Hey,
You may want to make a separate thread about your question/problem, as not to derail this thread with troubleshooting


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#39 2016-05-03 11:43:46

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

carugnom wrote:

Yeahhhh congrats BL team !!
Amazing and enhanced CB continuation, thanks for the good job !!!

I'm doing an 'apt-get update' in rc2 and I'm getting this

There is no public key available for the following key IDs:
1397BC53640DB551

Any idea on how to solve it ?
cool

It appears that Google have recently messed up their Chrome signing key, see this thread for a workaround.


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#40 2016-05-03 12:25:08

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

congratulations! and thanks for the cd sized non-pae iso.

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#41 2016-05-03 20:56:27

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

saneks wrote:

thanks for the cd sized non-pae iso.

My little contribution, I'm rather proud of it. smile What puts it in its own class, though, is @johnraff's PAE detection magic, that is pure genius.

Thanks for reminding me... @twoion, please add a note in the OP that the 586 kernel gives bad graphics performance with some PAE hardware which can be corrected by installing the 686 kernel.

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#42 2016-05-03 22:55:44

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

High Fives and Cheers all around! Good job everyone!

This is possibly the most satisfying "Linux" I've used. Love the "Welcome" script! It's so ... Welcoming :rim shot: But seriously it's a fantastic way to onboard the curious.

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#43 2016-05-03 23:45:40

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Thank you, geeko!

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#44 2016-05-04 01:20:50

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Great job ladies and gentlemen! Better update my signature, hey?


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#45 2016-05-04 12:31:38

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

My first post here, greetings everyone wink After Crunchbang was discontinued I headed off over to Fedora (a distro I really like) where I have been for over a year, but unsolveable issues with an application brought me looking for another distro & I literally landed on this site when I was getting ready to load Manjaro JVM (as their Openbox flavour has died).

This distro is amazing, really well implemented & can only echo the comments on the welcome script, a work of art, great idea to include a pinned deb-multimedia as well.

Thanks to all involved.

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#46 2016-05-05 09:33:32

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Congratulations! I only found out about BunsenLabs through crunchBang and after trying it, I'm hooked!
Thank you for continuing this project!
Cheers!

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#47 2016-05-05 21:01:17

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

I just installed the final 32bit non pae iso for the first time on bare metal (on a real old pentium(m) simens/fujitso amilo notebook ) and yes, apart from antiX there is nothing out there that fits better.
@johnraff. I am on par with all that praise bl-welcome. Pure genius.

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#48 2016-05-07 00:33:17

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

lowrider wrote:

I just installed the final "Stable" 32bit non pae iso... Pure genius.

FTFY

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#49 2016-05-07 12:30:52

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

Dear dev team: let me congratulate you for the publishing (finally) the BunsenLabs Hydrogen - STABLE. You did an immense job!! Keep up the good work, and let's look forward for the Helium - the next megapopular-and-the-best-distro-ever big_smile big_smile

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#50 2016-05-07 14:59:17

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Hydrogen

@iMBeCil  -  Hey, thumbnails Please ... and then send a six-pack  smile

Awesome gimping there iMBeCil.


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