Chakra-2013.09-Fritz version has been released yesterday. The whole Chakra team is pleased to announce the first release of Chakra Fritz. Fritz is the name of a series of Chakra releases that follows...
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The Chakra Development Team, through Anke Boersma, proudly announced last evening, July 3rd, the immediate availability for download of the Chakra GNU/Linux 2012.07 operating system. Chakra GNU/Linux 2012.07 is the last maintenance release for Archimedes series and it is powered by Linux kernel 3.4.3 and KDE Software Compilation 4.8.... (read more)
I read that u-series Ubuntu release that will be delivered in October 2014, designated 14.10 is not derived from another series. What is this u-series and what are the other series? Is there going to be a major change in the kernel architecture or something else?
The Chakra Development Team has announced the first release of the KDE 4.8 series, "Archimedes" Chakra GNU/Linux that features Linux 3.2 and KDE 4.8.With this release KDE has been updated updated to 4.8.0 and kernel to Linux 3.2.2. This release features a variety of updates. Find out what all.
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Chakra Linux, a distribution especially built to take advantage of KDE Software Compilation and the Plasma desktop, is now at version 2012.10.Chakra Linux 2012.10, dubbed “Claire”, follows the development of the KDE SC 4.9 series and is named in the memory of Claire Lotion.The biggest change in Chakra L... (read more)
Hello recently i install chakra on my netbook asus 1215b with amd e350 processor and amd radeon hd 6310 graphics.When i install OS, choose privative drivers "catalyst"the kernel is Linux chakra-pc 3.4.6-1-CHAKRA #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jul 20 02:25:41 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/LinuxWhen i use the netbook i hear a noise, wich can be assumed parking of a harddrive.can someone explain how to set
It makes little sense to me that the nvidia 400 series and 600 series work but 500 series would not, i am going to assume that this is just because nobody has tested it therefore it is unconfirmed whether or not the 500 series work. Unless you find evidence of someone trying to do that recently and failing miserably, maybe you could check if it works?