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Sparky news 2017/04/29

  April, April… and the April almost gone… What’s up? – rebuilt Calamares to disable LUKS in autopartitioning option – Sparky builds based on upcoming Debian stable Stretch are set now, the live system...

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Sparky news 2017/03/29

  The time goes fast and the next month almost gone… So, what changed? – the latest development iso image 4.6-dev20170307 was shipped with Calamares 3.1, with support of installation on 32 and 64...

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Sparky news 2017/02/28

  I heard that the community portals are closed 29 and 30 of February this year, so I posted the latest news today 🙂 What happened in the February: – built and added meta...

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Sparky news 2017/01/30

  The first month of the 2017 almost gone, so what did happen? The most important changes are: – the latest update of ‘policykit-1-gnome’ package reverts patch to the old one, so need to...

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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 2016/12/29

  Some changes come to Sparky, so it’s time to let you know about them. As some of you probably know, after a few discuss at our forums and a community portal, a new...

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Sparky news 2016/11/29

  Some changes already came to Sparky so its time to let you know about them. 1. All Sparky pages (blog, forums, wiki) are encrypted so they are available via the https protocol now....

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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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Sparky news 02/2014

  Due of lack of time I did not publish a newsletter last mount. Now I am a little less busy so it’s perfect time to do so. All media of SparkyLinux have been...

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Sparky news 12/2013

  Our community member The Black Pig has created Sparky spin-off with Xfce desktop. The system is based on Debian stable “Wheezy” and features Xfce DE and a few basic applications. It’s perfect if...

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