Project Logs

New release 10.4-0.0 (kernel-5.13.1)

Tuesday, July 06 2021

New release 10.2-0.0 (lxc-4.0.9)

Wednesday, June 16 2021

New release 10.0-2.0 (php-8.0)

Sunday, March 21 2021

New release 9.4-6.0 (zoom)

Sunday, December 20 2020

Adding ethtool as a new tool to release 9.4-4.0.

Wednesday, December 09 2020

New release 9.4-4.0 (games)

Monday, December 07 2020

New release 9.3-12.0 (Samba)

Thursday, November 12 2020

New release 9.3-8.0 (net-tools)

Saturday, October 10 2020

New release 9.2-1.85 (domoticz)

Friday, July 17 2020

New release 9.1-1.84 (Routing with frr)

Monday, June 01 2020

New release 9.1-1.74 (Email capability)

Thursday, January 30 2020

New release 9.1-1.70 (bluetooth capability)

Thursday, January 02 2020

adding bluez (bluetooth) daemon

Friday, November 29 2019

New release 9.1-1.64 (video call and "nouveau" driver)

Sunday, November 24 2019

New release 9.1-1.60

Saturday, November 02 2019

About using kernel "nouveau" driver form NVIDIA graphic card.

Saturday, October 05 2019

New release 9.0-1.58 (to be in sync with LFS)

Tuesday, September 03 2019

Adding an email client to Osukiss

Friday, August 30 2019

Osukiss with gparted and ntfs-3g

Tuesday, July 30 2019

Use of DM snapshot capability

Thursday, July 25 2019

Wireless drivers are now available.

Thursday, July 04 2019

Osukiss-live ISO boot is UEFI compatible (release 1.46)

Saturday, June 22 2019

Calamares is now working (release 1.44)

Saturday, June 15 2019

zfs-0.8.0 is now part of osukiss release

Saturday, May 25 2019

Mate with Mojave Theme (release 1.41)

Saturday, May 25 2019

Beta-Release Osukiss-1.40

Thursday, May 02 2019

Trying to have MATE within Osukiss

Thursday, March 14 2019

Osukiss-1.32 released (Using LFS-8.4)

Friday, March 01 2019

Osukiss-1.23 installed as a virtual.

Wednesday, February 06 2019

Osukiss-1.22.2 (LFS-8.4-1.22.2) is available

Saturday, February 02 2019

Database mariadb available and final LFS-8.3 release

Monday, January 07 2019

Osukiss-1.16.0 (LFS-8.3-1.16.0) is now in production

Thursday, January 03 2019

Simple and quick 'installer' shell script.

Friday, October 26 2018

Osukiss graphic mode

Tuesday, October 23 2018

A Rescue liveCD is available

Tuesday, September 04 2018

VZGOT is working within osukiss

Monday, August 06 2018

ZFS is now available within Osukiss

Wednesday, July 25 2018

HandBrake up and running in Graphic mode!

Thursday, July 19 2018

Graphic screen displayed

Thursday, July 12 2018

Osukiss can now be compiled on a simple Core-2 system

Thursday, June 21 2018

LivePXE 8.3 working

Tuesday, June 19 2018

GCC is unable to compile cmake.

Sunday, June 17 2018

Reading local Email with pop3/imap protocol.

Saturday, June 02 2018

Can boot Osukiss from a USB key.

Tuesday, May 22 2018

Adding log rotation capability.

Wednesday, May 16 2018

HandBrake up and running!

Wednesday, May 09 2018

Simple and quick 'installer' shell script.

Tuesday, April 24 2018

Once you have booted from a LIVE osukiss install (USB or PXE) you
will find within the root directory a directory named
"installok", which contains a script named "installer".
This script allow you to quickly install osukiss
on your system's disk.
Syntax is rather simple
#./installer /dev/{diska} [/dev/{diskb}] ...
Example for a single disk:
Lets say you want to quickly install osukiss on /dev/sda
#./installer /dev/sda
That is the gist of it.
The install process will use and format the WHOLE DISK current partitions,
before proceeding, the installer will display the current disk partitionning
and ask for a final confirmation. If the answer is "Yes", 'installer'
will proceed with NO further prompts and install a bootable osukiss on this disk.
Example for multiples disks:
Lets say you want to install osukiss and dedicate 3 disks, /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sde to it.
#./installer /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sde
The installer script will repartion all disks listed and setup a sofware RAID (raid1, and raid10)
Once again, it will ask for a validation before using a disk, this means
that in our example, you need to enter three "Yes".
In raid mode, a MBR record is written on all disks that are assigned to osukiss
(sda, sdb and sde in our example), so rebooting shouldn't be a problem.

Installing a LIVE PXE on osukiss

Saturday, March 03 2018