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Mageia 6.1 is out!

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“This release brings all of the updates and development that has gone into Mageia 6 together into fresh installation media, giving users a kernel that supports hardware released after Mageia 6. The new installations will benefit from the countless updates that current fully updated Mageia systems will have, allowing new installations to avoid the need for a large update post install. So if you are currently running an up to date Mageia 6 system, there is no need to reinstall Mageia 6.1 as you will already be running the same packages.


This release is available with only Live media, i.e. Live Plasma, Live GNOME and Live Xfce in 64bits, and Live Xfce in 32 bits. A network installation is also available, for users wanting more granular control over the installation.”


Blog post: blog.mageia.org/en/2018/10/05/it-is-with-great-pleasure-that-we-announce-the-release-of-mageia-6-1/


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Is there an RPi spin yet? 👾

Stephen Michael Kellat at 2018-10-07T01:31:49Z

» Stephen Michael Kellat:

“Is there an RPi spin yet? 👾”

Not yet, but I imagine it's in their future (probably for post-v7), since they are putting a lot of work into ARM-based builds.

JanKusanagi at 2018-10-07T15:27:20Z

» JanKusanagi:

“» Stephen Michael Kellat:
“Is there an RPi spin yet? 👾”
Not yet, but I imagine it's in their future (probably for post-v7), since they are putting a lot of work into ARM-based builds.”

I look forward to this as a possibility.

Stephen Michael Kellat at 2018-10-09T00:49:57Z

» Stephen Michael Kellat:

“I look forward to this as a possibility.”

See https://wiki.mageia.org/en/Feature:ARM_Port if you're interested in status/plans/etc. =)


Also, there's some support (without a proper installer) already on Mageia 6: https://wiki.mageia.org/en/Mageia_6_Release_Notes#ARM_support

JanKusanagi at 2018-10-09T01:13:42Z