We are currently cleaning our server from old and outdated packages. Milky Way v0.3 has been in testing for some weeks and is nearly stable. Expected release date is September 23rd.
Users of Milky Way v0.2 are advised to read the migration guide and
migrate or prepare to migrate within 7 days by making appropriate backups.
After this time, v0.3 will become the new stable and it will not be possible to safely update the existing v0.2 operating system due to the new milestone.
We hereby announce that we are working in coordination with Libreware Group to provide
dedicated technical support, consultancy and training by using Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre.
Libreware is a company focused on bringing free software support to a wide variety of business sectors including
voluntary, public and private sector organizations.
This agreement enables Libreware Group to represent Hyperbola Project as an official representative for business activities.
We apologize for the
website and mailing list down-time which is still
affecting some regions. Our hosting and DNS provider, Gandi, has recently
raised many privacy concerns and is demanding Photo ID to continue using their services. As such, we are changing our web hosting provider to a more privacy conscience one, 1984.is.
We have already
migrated the domain name, but Gandi is still serving a
stale DNSSEC record that is causing an
issue with some name servers. We have requested they finish
allowing us to transfer the domain and
stop serving the false DNSSEC records to resolve this ...
Xenocara follows the same goals than our packaging guidelines in stability and security concerns, we have decided to remove
X.Org and use Xenocara as our default provider of display server for the X Window System. The decision means that the
Milky Way v0.2 will be the last version supporting X.Org.
Xenocara provides a framework to
host OpenBSD modifications and to
automate the build of the modular X.Org components, including
3rd party packages and
some software maintained by OpenBSD developers.
It includes a
customised X.Org X server that utilises a dedicated _x11 user by default ...
We hereby announce a new revision of Hyperbola live image and HyperTalking for Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre. This revision contains bugfixes such as the
updated kernel which is patched against the Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) vulnerabilities and the
defaultmetric option in ppp to fix netifrc for users who have only PPP connections.
Download information can be found here.