Tagged: aptus

Welcome in 2017

Welcome everybody in new 2017 year! I am still online, and I hope you are ready for Sparky this year too. I was sick a few last days, means no drinking, no dancing, just...

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Sparky news 08/2016

  A few lines should let you know what is going on inside Sparky. If everything goes fine, new live/install iso images of Sparky 4.4 should be ready on the end of the next...

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PekWM

  PekWM is a window manager that once upon a time was based on the aewm++ window manager, but it has evolved enough that it no longer resembles aewm++ at all. It has a...

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APTus 0.3.0

  There is an update of Sparky APTus 0.3.0 available in our repository now. The new version provides: 1. A new tab called “Desktop” which lets you install 18 desktops with as small number...

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Updates 2015-06-12

  There are a few updates available in our repository: – EPSXE 1.9.25 – enhanced PSX emulator of PlayStation video game console, it’s targeted to 32 bit systems only – Sparky About 0.1.3 –...

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Sparky APTus Extra 0.1.14

  Sparky APTus Extra – our tool which lets you quick install many extra applications, has been upgraded up to version 0.1.14. Changelog: – added script which can install Google-Earth application version 6 for...

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Sparky APTus 0.2.10-1

  There is a new version of Sparky APTus 0.2.10-1 available in our repos. Changelog: – added ‘Remove VirtualBox Guest Utils’ option – Sparky 4.0 will be shipped with VBox Guest Utils package preinstaled,...

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Sparky APTus 0.2.7

  A new version of Sparky APTus 0.2.7 is available in our repository. APTus 0.2.7 features a new small script, which lets you install i686-PAE kernel and its headers on 32 bit standard Sparky...

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Sparky-APTus-Upgrade 0.1.7

  After a few tests and improvements I have made, Sparky-APTus-Upgrade works as I wish to. The package has been upgraded up to version 0.1.7 and provides the recommended tool for upgrading Sparky installation....

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Updates 2014/11/03

  We have two new apps in our repo: 1. As Jessie mentioned at the Weekly Distrowatch Issue 581, you can’t manage the system services using the standard ‘systemd-ui’ tool. sparky-systemd-ui lets you manage...

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