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#1 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2017-08-21 13:43:40

MiyoLinux wrote:

Hi bigbenaugust. Thank you for giving MiyoLinux a try...and for the nice words. smile

It's nice. Reminds me of the old days of crunchbang, before everything got pushed into the app menus. UI is great too. And of course, this one is systemd-free.

#2 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2017-08-20 00:28:01

I have experimented with Devuan, but wanted something a little... more desktoppy in nature, and so threw Miyo on my netbook last night. So far so good. I enabled jessie-backports for a 4.9 kernel and LibreOffice 5.

Miyo may oust BunsenLabs on the other laptop in the house. smile

#3 Re: Devuan » Deviam Streach » 2017-07-21 20:05:43

golinux wrote:
claudiojulio wrote:

Are there any predictions of when Devuan Stretch will be released?

Translated automatically.

There will never be a Devuan Stretch!

Debian Stretch = Devuan ASCII - planet nr.3568 - and is now in Devuan 'testing'.  There is no date for the 'stable' release but there will be some testing isos released hopefully soon.  It is also possible to upgrade to ASCII from Jessie but read carefully about possible issues before you do that.

I did so and lost MTP support, so I had to go back. sad Would love to try again soon. smile

#4 Re: Installation » no updates ... » 2017-07-03 15:31:30

Since Devuan Jessie is based on Debian Jessie, and Jessie went to oldstable status a couple of weeks ago, I think oldstable gets security fixes only (someone will correct me, I am sure). At any rate, the oldstable updates slow to a trickle.

The update love is going to the new shinies: Debian Stretch and Devuan Ascii.

#5 Re: Devuan Derivatives » Any relation between Devuan and antiX/MX? » 2017-07-03 15:07:19

antiX didn't have a way to encrypt the disk from its installer, so I came to try devuan which uses debian-installer.

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