Just a quick information to you all. Vladimir Kolev has let me know that SLAMPP 2.0 also appears on LinuxUser Magazine 09/2009, one of popular Linux magazine in Germany. They also have bundled SLAMPP 2.0 together with some other major distributions on two full featured DVD. So, this is the issue you should not miss, guys. Best bargain! Thank you for your useful information, Vladimir. I hope everybody could enjoy using or running SLAMPP. FYI, I already started the development of SLAMPPLite 3.0, code-named “PUTRI”. What makes it different with its big brother is that I will only include one … Continue reading SLAMPP 2.0 on LinuxUser Germany
Due to some bugs and glitches found in the previous release of SLAMPP 2.0, today I have released a maintenance version of SLAMPP. What has been done in this release? As it is a maintenance release, no major changes have been made. The system is kept intact. Fixed bugs and glitches found in the ZenInstaller, LiveClone, Lilofix, Gparted, and some rc.* files. Upgraded some desktop and server applications to the latest Slackware 12.2/current and Zenwalk snapshot repositories. Reorganized the boot process display. Now, the Yes/No answer of Use Proprietary Softwares information has been eliminated. Proprietary softwares have been installed permanently … Continue reading Maintenance Release: SLAMPP 2.0.1
Today I am very pleased to let you know that SLAMPP 2.0 will be published on the Linux Magazine Issue #107, October 2009. Actually I already got this good news two weeks ago from Hans-Jorg, the product manager of that magazine. But, just to be in the safe side, I have postponed the announcement until today.
Today I found two new interesting links. It is hoped it would bring something useful for you. Low End Box – Do you ever consider to having your own VPS account, but you are not willing to pay more or just want to play around with something? Perhaps this website could help you out in finding one. It lists web hosting companies which offer VPS promotions. Softaculous – A very good alternative of Fantastico, an auto/instant software installer in CPanel and Direct Admin. It is worth it to try. Continue reading Interesting Links
As usual and also typical me, I am kind of a late adopter of new technology. Any kind of it, you just name it. Sometimes I feel myself old-fashioned and people see me as an old person. I don’t mind with that as long as I am happy in using the technology I am familiar with. I have my own assumption though, the newer is not always the better. 🙂 But, recently new development in Linux world has teased me to try something new. In this case I would like to let you know the existence of SUSE Studio. By … Continue reading Online Linux Live CD/DVD/USB Building Systems and Online Storage
Thanks God, SLAMPP is back listed on DistroWatch.com yesterday after over three years of inactivity. Thank you, Ladislav, for your kindness and cooperation in spreading SLAMPP news to the world. I really appreciate that. Read the full announcement on DistroWatch.com here. Continue reading SLAMPP 2.0 on DistroWatch.com
That long awaited moment has come. Today I am glad to let you know that SLAMPP 2.0 is available for public download. There are a lot of enhancements in this new release. Some of them are the following: – Using the Linux live kernel 22.214.171.124 – Code-named “KALINDA” and now DVD based – Provides pre-configured servers and related utilities to ease your work in setting up an instant home server – Provides full Web and Linux development environment: LAMPP and Ruby on Rails, IDEs, Frameworks, Compilers, Interpreters, Utilities, etc – Equips with fancy bootsplash and progress bar, nice desktop wallpaper, … Continue reading SLAMPP 2.0 arrives!
It seems that SLAMPP 2.0 will be released by the end of this month. I am very sorry for this another delay. It is due to some changes I made during the last days regarding which packages should be included on SLAMPP. I am still considering to add new applications which will turn SLAMPP in to a full Web and Linux development distribution. As result, SLAMPP will not fit anymore on a CD (size > 700 MB). You may disagree with this, but I hope it is not going to discourage you trying out SLAMPP when it is released. Some … Continue reading Progress on SLAMPP 2.0
Yesterday I was triggered by a friend’s question whether it is possible to use or adopt open source application in drilling activities. In spite of the fact that most (perhaps all) of drilling softwares are Windows based and proprietary ones, but I see the potential possibilities. Do you agree with that? This question is surely kind of waking me up and making my eyes wide open to explore more. In conjunction with this, I would like to ask your favor. Is there someone out there who has working case studies or experience and minds to sharing those with me? Hopefully … Continue reading Open Source and Drilling Activities?
I am almost there! The new SLAMPP will come soon with the following highlights: Using kernel linux 126.96.36.199, patched with everything needed to work with the latest Linux Live script Based on Zenwalk 6.0 and inherits almost of all its characteristics and tools Getting packages from Zenwalk, native Slackware 12.2, SlackBuilds and Slacky.eu repositories Packages which are not found on the above resources are compiled directly from the source Equipped with full set of development libraries and interpreters to ease your package compilation process Following applications are compiled on to SLAMPP: (details would be provided later on) Servers: Apache 2, … Continue reading What’s New on SLAMPP 2.0?