Monthly Archives: May 2006
I have been so excited about rMake, and now we can all use it. I urge everyone to check it out, it will give us much better packages… I would also like to encourage all Foresight hackers to use rMake … Continue reading
Looking for a cool gig? rPath is hiring!
Many people have found that the latest VMware player doesn’t build the kernel drivers for the 2.6.16 kernel. I found these instructions via google. If you get this message, you need to run this script. The kernel defined by this … Continue reading
Seventh Maintenance release in the 0.9.4 series This is the seventh in a series of maintenance releases for Foresight Linux 0.9.4. These maintenance releases help you stay current and also ensure that new downloads include the latest stuff. To update … Continue reading
Seems all the cool kids are playing with xen now. Last night I took my first real stab at it and was amazed. Following Michael’s steps I got xen up in no time and found that it just works with … Continue reading
By popular demand… MD5SUMS for 0.9.4.mr6: 7b4b8328fbbbc24db278c81631a1bb97 boot.iso 02d368dffcbb8f2b95eb68f4716fa60a diskboot.img 47568d0c34cae91541b11d2d7bb5867c foresight-0.9.4.mr6-x86-disc1.iso fdf0c4f963faed096b16565957229c93 foresight-0.9.4.mr6-x86-disc2.iso dbb98a68afb4754cb1daa608299e3a3e foresight-0.9.4.mr6-x86-dvd1.iso
Have I mentioned that vim 7 rocks! Here are some of the reasons why. And, vim 7 is included in Foresight 0.9.4.mr6!
Sixth Maintenance release in the 0.9.4 series This is the sixth in a series of maintenance releases for Foresight Linux 0.9.4. These maintenance releases help you stay current and also ensure that new downloads include the latest stuff. To update … Continue reading