Project News for GNU-Darwin Distribution
GNU-Darwin x86 GNOME
GNU-Darwin has a preliminary GNOME build for Darwin on Intel.
The Distribution has recently added support for AMD/Via. Packaging
robots are busy producing GNOME standards, such as Encompass, Oregano,
and Gnumeric. Be sure to consult the x86 ports and CD
2002-06-12 00:58:59 GMT by proclus
It's official. OpenOffice-x11 developer's release is now available for GNU-Darwin and Mac OS X. Please note that this is pre-alpha software, marked for developers. Package now available (pkg_add -rf openoffice). Just type "ooffice".
2002-05-08 02:00:59 GMT by proclus
GNU-Darwin tops 3000 packages for Mac OS X
We now have well over 3000 software titles for Darwin and Mac OS X, with over 5000 packages total. For our x86-Darwin distribution, we have over 2000 software titles, with nearly 2500 total packages. All of our packages are free software, which means that you can modify and distribute the software as you like.
In other recent news, we have added support for Perl modules and dynamic libraries. The Darwin Collection has merged with GNU-Darwin on-line, and we now support AMD-based computers. We have a new website with a FAQ and some additional help info.
2002-05-01 04:07:58 GMT by proclus
GNU-Darwin: Call for mirrors
We will be needing more mirrors for GNU-Darwin soon. Check out the discussion, with tips for making your own GNU-Darwin mirror site.
2002-05-01 03:47:00 GMT by proclus
GNU-Darwin: Perl module support
While the ports system has been a great way to build Perl modules for quite some time, we are now packaging Perl modules.
2002-05-01 03:45:28 GMT by proclus
Here are some GNU-Darwin News releases going back to the very beginning. More to come.