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Frugalware Linux is a general-purpose Linux distribution designed for intermediate users who are familiar with command-line operations Early versions were based on Slackware, but it is now an independently developed distribution Frugalware uses the Pacman package management system from Arch Linux1

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Package management
  • 3 Branches
  • 4 Architectures
  • 5 Releases
  • 6 References
  • 7 Further reading
  • 8 External links

Historyedit

Frugalware was founded in 2004 by Miklós Vajna He considered Slackware's package manager pkgtools too slow, and wanted to rewrite it in C He was told that it would never be accepted by Slackware, so Vajna started to think about founding a separate Linux distribution He replaced Slackware's original init scripts and build system, and added Pacman, the package manager from Arch Linux As a result, Frugalware was born2

Package managementedit

Since version 06 Frugalware has used the Pacman-G2 package manager3 It is a fork of a CVS version of the complete rewrite of Pacman by Aurelien Foret, which was not officially released at the time4 Previously Frugalware used a modified version of the older, monolithic Pacman by Judd Vinet

Frugalware's packages' extension is fpm5 The packages are archives that are compressed using xz6

Repoman is a tool to compile source packages and automatically create and install closed-source packages7 With Repoman, the user can also download all packages' buildscript and recompile them with specific build options The build options can be changed by editing a configuration file5 The first Frugalware release that had Repoman was Frugalware 03pre17

Branchesedit

Frugalware has a -current and a -stable branch The -current branch is updated daily, and the -stable branch gets updated every 6 months6

Architecturesedit

From the official web site, 2012: "Frugalware currently supports x86 Pentium Pro or higher and x86_64 k8, aka amd64 platforms"6

Releasesedit

Version Codename Release date Notes
01 Genesis 000000002004-11-02-00002 November 2004
02 Aurora 000000002005-04-28-000028 April 2005
03 Trantor 000000002005-10-13-000013 October 20058 19 October 2005 for x86-64 architecture9
04 Wanda 000000002006-03-30-000030 March 2006
05 Siwenna 000000002006-09-14-000014 September 2006
06 Terminus 000000002007-03-22-000022 March 2007
07 Sayshell 000000002007-10-13-000013 October 2007
08 Kalgan 000000002008-03-11-000011 March 2008
09 Solaria 000000002008-09-09-00009 September 2008
10 Anacreon 000000002009-03-22-000022 March 2009
11 Getorin 000000002009-09-07-00007 September 2009
12 Locris 000000002010-03-08-00008 March 2010
13 Haven 000000002010-08-23-000023 August 2010
14 Nexon 000000002011-02-13-000013 February 2011
15 Mores 000000002011-08-15-000015 August 2011
16 Fermus 000000002012-02-12-000012 February 2012
17 Gaia 000000002012-08-19-000019 August 2012
18 Cinna 000000002013-02-06-00006 February 2013
19 Arcturus 000000002013-11-05-00005 November 2013
20 Rigel 000000002015-02-16-000016 February 2015
21 Derowd 000000002016-09-05-00005 September 2016

All the Frugalware releases except "Genesis" have been named after planets in science fiction books by Isaac Asimov10

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Interview with Frugalware Linux Developer, VMiklos" Open Addict Retrieved 2008-02-27 dead link
  2. ^ "Interview with Miklós Vajna, Frugalware Linux" DistroWatch Retrieved 2008-03-26 
  3. ^ "Frugalware 06 Terminus Changelog" TXT Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-02-27 
  4. ^ "Pacman-G2" Frugalware Stable Documentation Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-10-14 
  5. ^ a b "Creating new packages" Frugalware Stable Documentation Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-10-14 
  6. ^ a b c "About Frugalware" Frugalware Stable Documentation Frugalware Project Retrieved 2011-09-11 
  7. ^ a b "Frugalware 03pre1-i686 released" Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-02-27 
  8. ^ "Frugalware 03-i686 released" Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-02-27 
  9. ^ "Frugalware 03-x86_64 released" Frugalware Project Retrieved 2008-02-27 
  10. ^ "Frugalware Roadmap" Frugalware Project Retrieved 2009-03-02 

Further readingedit

  • St Pierre, Preston 10 May 2006 "Review: Frugalware Linux" Linuxcom 
  • Rocco, Davide 18 April 2006 "My desktop OS: Frugalware" Linuxcom 

External linksedit

  • Official website
  • Frugalware Linux at DistroWatch

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