Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Changes in 0m25 prerelease

The ksh93 shell is now in a separate package

Default libpng is now libpng16

Add overlays for base python versions

Update gtar to 1.34

Update Python to 3.7.10, 3.8.8, 3.9.2

Drop python 3.8 modules (keep bare python)

Update tig to 2.5.2

Update Node.JS to v10.24.1, v12.22.1, v14.16.1

Update meson to 0.57.1

Update openssl to 1.1.1k

Update git to 2.30.2

Add xrdp 0.9.15

Add FlameGraph package

Update mousepad to 0.5.3

Update Pale Moon to 29.1.1

Update NumPy to 1.20.1

Update PHP to 7.4.16

Add lz4 1.9.3

Add zstd 1.4.9

Add VisualVM 2.0.6

Update JRuby to 9.2.16.0

Ruby 2.7 is now the default

Update Go to 1.15.10, 1.16.2

Update tomcat to 8.5.64, 9.0.44, 10.0.4

Update NetBeans to 12.3

Add a hetty package

Add a teler package

Update librsvg to 2.40.21

Update PMD to 6.32.0

Update spotbugs to 4.2.2

Update Shibboleth SP to 3.2.1

Update xkbcomp to 1.4.5

Update bind to 9.11.29

Libreoffice 6.4.7.2

Update sqlmap to 1.5

Update gdk-pixbuf to 2.36.12

Update fftw to 3.3.9, and enable fftw3f

Update glibmm to 2.56.1

Update cairomm to 1.12.2

Update pangomm to 2.40.2

Update atkmm to 2.24.3

Add gtkmm 3.22.3

Add gtksourceviewmm 3.21.3

Add aspell 0.60.8

Add libgit2 1.1.0

Update scala to 2.13.5

Update Kotlin to 1.4.31

Update curl to 7.76.0

Update minio client and server

Add metadata agent for Digital Ocean

Update awscli to 1.19.44

Update libXres to 1.2.1

Update libXaw to 1.0.14

Update libICE to 1.0.10

6 comments:

  1. When I try to install the driver for my Nvidia card(1050ti). After setting the setxsession afterstep, and nvidia-xconfig. Xorg closes with a bug. Why? Well for some reason after a reboot. The nvidia module unload automatically. Trying to manually load nvidia module fails.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Which nvidia driver? There isn't one shipped by default, so you're presumably using a 3rd-party one.
    Unfortunately, I don't have any nvidia cards to test at all, so anything specific to a given driver is going to be difficult to fix.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi, what is the ideal hardware to run Tribblix on for personal use, affordable and smallish?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. My personal favourites are something like the Dell Optiplex 7010 or 9020 with an SSD, you can get them pretty cheap on eBay. (For the 9020, disable raid mode in the bios.)
      And they come in a range of form factors.

      Delete
  4. Is there something similar in size to my Mac Mini?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Or a laptop? I’m currently running Solaris 10 on a Fujitsu laptop.

    ReplyDelete