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The build of ClearOS Core 6.4 packages from upstream sources is completed and rolling out to the mirrors. All in all it took about 32 hours from the time the packages showed up to having them fully built. We are busy adding Core to the current ClearOS Community and Professional trees and should have some great new features and hardware support. 6.4 Core is useful for techies and hobbyists but we shall all be able to set our sights on the future release of ClearOS 6.4 Community and ClearOS 6.4 Professional.
Cant wait to get started with ClearOS? Then don't wait. 6.3 will upgrade to 6.4 when the time comes and the licensing is all the same. Stay tuned for more updates on the features of 6.4.
A late happy new year to everyone!
We are making progress on building out the necessary infrastructure to develop ClearOS. Some of the infrastructure is new, while other parts are migrating over from the old ClarkConnect system.
On January 14 2010, the Bug Tracker was added to the web site. If you suspect that you have found a bug, we really do appreciate it when you take the time and effort to report them. Without the feedback, it makes it difficult to make future releases better and more bug free!
In the next week or so, the source code repositories will be coming online. In addition, we have three other pieces of infrastructure under active development:
- A feature/wishlist system
- A new translation system that will make life easier for translators
- A new build system that will pave the way for 64-bit support
We'll post a message when these tools are available.