Tagged: stretch

Sparky 4.11

New live/install iso/img images of Sparky 4.11 are out. Sparky 4.11 “Tyche” is the last release of the 4 line which moves the base system from Debian stable “Stretch” to Debian oldstable “Stretch”. Make...

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Sparky 4 transition

Sparky 4 based on Debian 9 “Stretch” has been moved from stable to oldstable line now and is still supported. What you should do now? If you would like to keep Sparky 4 based...

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Sparky 4.10

New live/install images of SparkyLinux 4.10 “Tyche” are available to download. Sparky 4 is based on Debian stable line of “Stretch”. Sparky 4.10 offers a fully featured operating system with a lightweight LXDE desktop...

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Sparky 4.8

New live/install iso images of SparkyLinux 4.8 “Tyche” are out. Sparky 4 is based on Debian stable line “Stretch” and built around the Openbox window manager. Sparky 4.8 offers a fully featured operating system...

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Sparky 4.8 RC

There is a new, testing live/install iso image of SparkyLinux 4.8 RC “Tyche” available to download. Sparky 4 is based on Debian stable line “Stretch”. Sparky 4.8 RC is a release candidate to upcoming...

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Sparky 4.7

There is an update of SparkyLinux 4.7 “Tyche” out there. This is Sparky edition based on Debian stable line 9 code name “Stretch”. No big changes, the new iso images provide updates of all...

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Pantheon desktop changes

The Pantheon Desktop Environment packages are installed in Sparky from a 3rd party repositories. The latest upgrade has broken the desktop on Sparky 5.x based on Debian testing “Buster”. The desktop packages are targeted...

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Sparky 4.6 STB

There are new live/install iso images of SparkyLinux 4.6-STB “Tyche” available to download. This is the first Sparky edition based on Debian stable line 9 codename “Stretch”. Sparky “Home” edition provides fully featured operating...

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Switch Sparky testing to stable

This short tutorial shows you how to switch Sparky based on Debian testing “Stretch” to upcoming Debian stable “Stretch”. It’s for users whose prefer rock solid stability of Debian stable over never packages provide...

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