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Software News   Software News : New GART enabled Debian ISO
   posted by Lecta on 28-Nov-2009 18:31:43 (2086 reads)
Bassano del Grappa (Italy) 28-Nov-2009

ACube Systems released today a new EXPERIMENTAL version of Debian net installer with GART enabled.
This version should bring accelerated graphics to all our customer using Linux Debian on Sam440ep and Sam440ep-flex.


Kernel included in this ISO is version 2.6.31.5

Please pay attention to the word EXPERIMENTAL.

You can download the Netinstall ISO from:

http://www.acube-systems.biz/index.php?page=hardware&pid=1

or

http://www.acube-systems.biz/index.php?page=hardware&pid=2

Thanks to Giuseppe Coviello fot his work.
    

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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
Posted on 28-Nov-2009 23:32:33
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This should be the release previewed on Sam at Pianeta Amiga, it ran Open Office extremely fast! One more reason to love your Sam


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
Posted on 29-Nov-2009 1:53:27
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Sounds like the update for the Linux install cd I have been waiting for since getting my sam440ep at the beginning of the year

Thanks ACube


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
Posted on 29-Nov-2009 5:54:49
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Hello,

What mean experimental ???? Just a speed point only or also install problems or crash often........


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
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EXPERIMENTAL means "If you don't know the possible consequences of using EXPERIMENTAL software, don't use EXPERIMENTAL software".


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
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and what about Parthenope?


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
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@ amije

What do you mean?
It's still on this ISO. Same version as before.


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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
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I'd rather this be a proper install CD, not just a net-install.. There is an older kernel with GART for the sam flex, which is good for me, but not for those with just a sam440ep.

Over here in Australia we don't have unlimited downloads.

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Re: New GART enabled Debian ISO
Posted on 30-Nov-2009 6:32:37
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@MickJT
well, did you know, that you can download everthing before starting to install via net-install. ACube Homepage links to a server where can download more CD Images, so that you only have to swap CD during installprocess...

cheers... greetings to downunder


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