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New updates build server

Just got my hands on a new updates build server. It's a quad-core xeon 2.13GHz with 8GB RAM. To put things into perspective, this machine will replace 3 different machines eventually... one to do the administrative stuff (AMD Athlon64 2.2GHz w/ 2GB RAM), one to build 32bit updates (dual core P4 3GHz w/ 1GB RAM), and one to do 64bit updates (AMD Athlon64 2GHz w/ 1GB RAM). Yes... I've been working with ...

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Linux.com reviews Annvix

This is quite exciting for me as no one (other than myself) has ever written anything about Annvix before. But today I saw that Linux.com had written a review of Annvix. The title was Annvix: A stable, secure, no-frills server distro and I don't think the reviewer realized quite what he was getting himself into when he downloaded it, but the review was pretty good.

It's exciting to see the first review of ...

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Annvix 3.0-RELEASE released

Just finished releasing Annvix 3.0-RELEASE. It's been almost a year since the last release and while this one isn't as significant (in terms of features) as 2.0-RELEASE was, it's significant in that RSBAC is gone, AppArmor is default, new kernel, new glibc, and a whole host of other new stuff.

If anyone has an account on fsdaily.com, I'd love it if you could vote for the story and help make it hit the ...

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