I've installed P.A.C Rom v20.1.0 for testing. It works very stable for an alpha release.
Is the ANT+ support included in this ROM, because the connection to my HRM doesn't work?
Welcome to the Raring Ringtail Alpha 2 release, which will in time become the 13.04 release.
This alpha features images for Kubuntu and Ubuntu Cloud.
At the end of the 12.10 development cycle, the Ubuntu flavour decided that it would reduce the number of milestone images going forward and the focus would concentrate on daily quality and fortnightly testing rounds known as cadence testing.
The second alpha release of Mandriva Linux 2010.1 is now available for download and testing: "The time has came for the second alpha release for the 2010.1 version of Mandriva Linux. As this is an early pre-release, major changes are mostly in the area of included third-party software.
I have a machine I support that the owner wants to migrate from the latest Crunchbang Stable release to be based on Debian Testing.That is not a problem in that I am well able to do that.However, the machine is an Asus AJ6C with a GeForce Go 7300 graphics in use.
Warren Woodford has announced on September 10th that the second Alpha release of the upcoming SimplyMEPIS 12.0 operating is now available for download and testing. "The second test release of MEPIS 12, version 11.9.70 has been upload for distribution to the mirror sites.
Seeing #! 10 is Debian based, I wondered how stable the Statler Alpha 2 release is. I know Debian's developers take a long time before declaring software 'stable' and that Ubuntu for example, uses software from the Debian 'unstable' repo but declares it to be 'stable'.So what I'd like to know from the Statler users, how stable is the Alpha 2 release already?
Welcome to Quantal Quetzal Alpha 3 image set, which will in time become the 12.10 release.
Pre-releases of Quantal Quetzal are *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stable system or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, even frequent breakage.
Welcome to Oneiric Ocelot Alpha 2, which will in time become Ubuntu 11.10.
Pre-releases of Oneiric Ocelot are *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stable system or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, even frequent breakage.
Alexander von Gluck IV has announced yesterday, November 12, the immediate availability for download and testing of the fourth Alpha release of Haiku Release 1. The Haiku R1 Alpha 4 release squashes over 1,000 bugs over the previous Alpha 3 release, which was announced back in 2011. "The Haiku Project is excited to annou... (read more)