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

Once you have booted from a LIVE osukiss install (USB or PXE) you
are prompted with a dialog screen with 4 options
Keys (Set system keyboard)
Inst (Install system)
Shell (Rescue system)
Shutdown (Poweroff system)
Select "Inst"
Disk Partitionning:
First you need to select on which disk you want install Osukiss,
The installer script will create partition on all disks listed and setup a
sofware RAID (mdadm: raid1, and raid10) if you have selected more
than one disk (disk size must be roughly equal to have raid happy).
In RAID mode, MBR record are written on all Raid disks that are assigned
to osukiss, so rebooting shouldn't be a problem.
validations are prompted before using a disk because install
procedure use the whole disk to install Osukiss.
Program Install
Once the disk is ready, another dialog window will appeare and
ask you to select program components.
[ ] release-minimal
[ ] release-base
[ ] release-server
[ ] release-devel
[ ] release-xorg
[ ] release-lxqt
[ ] release-xfce
[ ] release-applications
[ ] release-games
Minimal is the very minimal set of programm to have a bootable Osukiss.
Server is all component needed to have a server (postgresql,mariadb,bin,ntp)
Devel is all component needed to build application (compiler, make, etc....)
Xorg regroup the basic graphic components
LXQT regroup component for lxqt desktop display
XFCE regroup component for lxqt desktop display
Applications regroup application components (web browser, accounting, video transcoder)
Games!, just two for now,
bzflag. Purpose of this games is to show 3D and sound handling.
swell-foop, a puzzle game.
We suggest to select only release-minimal the first time.
Around 130 packages are to be installed and process will be displayed on screen.
Once installation completed, you will be asked to set the root password and
to create, at least, one user.
Once all needed users are created, just select within dialog window.
Once completed, you can do "chroot /osukiss" to double check installation
and check if you find your mark within.
Now reboot and remove the USB-key, Osukiss should come up nicely
Once rebooted, you can type:
# yum list | grep release
and see a list of release (release-xxx are set of packages)
If you want graphic, type;
# yum install release-applications release-games
yum will ask you for a "go/nogo" to install +200 packages is ok, say "y"
You can now, activate the graphic mode, by typing
# /sbin/init 5
To check if everything is alright, you can switch back to command line
and come back to console mode by typing
# /sbin/init 3
Once you are satisfied, change file
to set '5' instead of '3' as initdefault mode (inittab first line)
Reboot and enjoy.

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

Installing a LIVE PXE on osukiss

Saturday, March 03 2018