Remember Mandrake and Mandriva? Mandrake was one of my favorite Linux distribution back in the day. Mageia is a fork of Mandriva way back in September 2010. Anyways, Mageia just release version 6. Here are some highlights of Mageia 6.
KDE Plasma 5 replaces the previous KDE SC 4 desktop environment. The new package manager DNF is provided as an alternative to urpmi. Support for Fedora COPR and openSUSE Build Service to provide third party packages for Mageia 6 and later dnfdragora. Brand new icon theme for all Mageia tools, notably the Mageia Control Center. Successful integration of the ARM port (ARMv5 and ARMv7) in the buildsystem, allowing to setup ARM chroots. Installation images are not available yet but will come in the future. GRUB2 as the default bootloader.
NASA admitted that it doesn’t have funding to put humans on Mars. It needs to fund projects on the SLS rocket and the Orion spacecrafts, as well as the need to design vehicles to land and take off from Mars. It needs the funding. Well, there’s always the moon as the other option, but we’ve already done that in 1969. So, what’s next? Is space exploration dead?
Amazon Prime Day started last night July 10 at 9 pm Eastern time and will run for about 30 hours. Prime Day is basically the Cyber Monday in July. It’s for Prime members only, which costs members about $99 per year. Of course, you’ll get free 1 day shipping for all orders, as well as deep discounts on special days such as Prime Day. This year’s big discounts are:
- Amazon Echo Dot at $34.99 (30% off)
- Amazon Echo at $89.99 (50% off)
- Fire 7 at $29.99 (40% off)
- Bose Soundlink Mini at $129.00 (35% off)
- Sony 55 inch 4K TV at $499.00 (37% off)
Prime Day ends in less than 17 hours.