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Yesterday, we finally released the ALPHA that will become our next release. There still will be some testing needed before we can release it as stable but it’s a first step to that. Og Maciel wrote to the mailinglist:
It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of Foresight 2.5.0 ALPHA 1 GNOME Edition!
This alpha release, is from our QA branch, and is intended mostly to receive feedback on brand new installs from end-users!
Well known for being a desktop operating system featuring an intuitive user interface and a showcase of the latest desktop software, this release brings you the latest GNOME 2.32 release, a newer Linux kernel 188.8.131.52, Xorg-Server 1.8, Conary 2.2 and a ton of updated applications!
If you want to test the ALPHA release, you have different options. End Users can try the desktop edition.
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (32-bit)||DVD||1.68 GB||27cdeb87b82fb653f36725ddcca0c1ef292f20b9|
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (64-bit)||DVD||1.86 GB||b845276b35f5fd8f68ef017f3c348f3ef9d9dd89|
More experienced users can try these images that use all packages from our unstable/ devel branch.
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (32-bit)||DVD||1.68 GB||53f96867199bdf081e87462aaf4a3d1fb11101eb|
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (64-bit)||DVD||1.86 GB||2d4832cb599d08cd5680c5b0a9f7e9b0a85e15d0|
Developers can use these images, that include many development packages.
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (32-bit)||DVD||2.19 GB||27cdeb87b82fb653f36725ddcca0c1ef292f20b9|
|2.5.0 Alpha 1 (64-bit)||DVD||2.40 GB||78487b46a26704d8076370cd83d4560a55ef27c1|
Enjoy testing Foresight Linux and report issues Foresight’s issue tracker (FITS), that is available at https://issues.foresightlinux.org
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