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the Jedi/GNU Project
Author: lakerdonald (8:43 pm)
Hello all. I'm back from my blogging hiatus.
Kinda Jedi Linux news...kinda just general F/OSS news. I have officially moved the former Jedi GNU/Linux project, along with force-get and fs-make to a new endeavor known as the Jedi/GNU Project.
To this end, the name of Jedi GNU/Linux is now Jedi/GNU Linux, to fit the name of the Jedi/GNU Project.
The Jedi/GNU Project aims to provide a stable userland that fills in the gaps that the GNU Project has left.
It currently includes:
-abp (Automated Binary Packager)
-JedInit (*unreleased/in development)
-the JediSHell (*)
Just figured I'd announce it on an Open Source advocacy site.
Unfortunately there is no official hosting for us yet, but soon!
Well it's good to be back on Libervis!
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Posted: 2005/11/1 21:43 Updated: 2005/11/1 22:06
Libervis Team Admin
Welcome back laker
The new project sounds pretty interesting.. One of the gaps GNU project has left was the kernel, and linux filled that in although Hurd is in slow development.. So, I guess you're developing tools that enable things GNU project didn't enable and any other project didn't do it or didn't do it satisfactory, right? Some things from the list you posted certainly sound interesting, the auto binary packager and fs-make (a more sofisticated version of make I suppose?) for example..
Hm, with all this, maybe I should finally get myself to try Jedi/GNU Linux..
Posted: 2005/11/2 4:28 Updated: 2005/11/2 4:28
From: Paris, France
it's good to soo you back here!
I have a few questions about Jedi/GNU Linux:
-what is the distro it is based upon (would this be Debian)
-what's the hardware detection soft (discover, kudzu...)
-what's the intended goal of Jedi (desktop, server, general, security, etc.)
-what's the default desktop environment?
Thanks and of course, may the Force be with you!!!
Posted: 2005/11/2 8:35 Updated: 2005/11/2 8:35
Libervis Team Admin
Please continue this discussion on forums. I've opened this topic for Jedi/GNU.
The reason is that after the latest upgrade this weblog module doesn't play along with comments system properly. Comments are written into the database, but with the blog_id of "0" instead of the correct ID of this entry (in this case 88). That's why for every comment you make I have to go to the db and change the ID which causes delay in comments getting published.
So, just use forums until this is remedied.