Hey everyone! I realize I haven’t posted on our blog for a while. I’m going to fill you guys in on as much as I can to make up forContinue readingCatching Up
Some of you may have seen the polls on our Twitter, Mastodon, Telegram, and Discord. These polls where asking our community something of a loaded question: If we asked forContinue readingHardware and Installation Reporting
These past couple of weeks have been crazy. I’m sure that’s one sentiment felt around the world right now as SARS-CoV-2 wracks the globe. Thankfully the software industry hasn’t beenContinue readingDevelopment in the face of COVID-19
We’re happy to announce the release of Drauger OS 7.5.1 Beta 1! Here are a few noteworthy changes from 7.4.1. Now Based On Ubuntu 20.04 First, Thomas upgraded and changedContinue readingDrauger OS 7.5.1 Beta 1 Is Here — What’s New?
This week we mostly worked on adding separate home partition support to the auto-partitioner in system-installer. This would make it easier for people with multiple Linux distros, or who jumpContinue readingHome Sweet Home
We have just a couple small improvements to talk about this week. Nothing really major. First up, we fix a few bugs with mrai and also made some performance optimizations.Continue readingSmall improvements
Sorry we are a day late with this blog post everyone! We had some scheduling conflicts. It’s no secret that since system-installer is MUCH younger than Ubiquity and Calamares, thereContinue readingGetting caught up
Well folks, that’s it! Drauger OS 7.5.1 is now installing somewhat reliably with both BIOS and UEFI, we have fixed some UI bugs, and are now beginning hardware testing. Meaning,Continue readingOnward to Alpha 3!
As the end of January quickly approaches, we would like to announce some of the most major changes to Drauger OS coming in the next version, Drauger OS 7.5.1. ButContinue readingMajor changes in Drauger OS 7.5.1
Lets jump right in to looking at what we did last week: The bugs we mentioned last week that system-installer were having have been fixed. These bugs were a mountContinue readingProgress report on UI overhaul