[Consortium] dyne:bolic 2.1 codename DHORUBA

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:::::::::...::::::: version 2.1 :: codename DHORUBA ::::

100% FREE MULTIMEDIA GNU/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM

RASTA SOFTWARE FOR THE FREEDOM OF CREATION

the complete system is free to download and copy, go on

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ISO CD image of 633 Mbytes

:: WHAT IS DYNE:BOLIC ?

Dyne:bolic GNU/Linux is a live bootable cd, containing a whole
operating system that works straight from boot, without the need to
install or change anything on the hard disk.

If you like and want to have it on harddisk you can simply copy the
/dyne directory on your computer: the simpliest installation ever! Your
older system is untouched and comes back booting without CD.

Dyne:bolic is user-friendly: recognizes your hardware devices (sound,
video, firewire, modem, network and USB) and offers a vast range of
software for multimedia production: audio and video manipulation, sound
composition and synthesis, 3D modeling, photography, peer2peer
filesharing, web browsing, veejaying, desktop publishing, word
processing, cd burning, email, encryption, anonymity tools and more.

All software is free and there is no market operation behind
dyne:bolic, just a communal effort to widen access to modern technology
and let people be Free to Create.

Dyne:bolic is being developed since more than 5 years and optimized to
run also on older machines commonly found in Africa America Asia Europe
India and Oceania. It includes code from hundreds of programmers all
around the world, with a lively community of artists, teachers and
developers who use, distribute and adapt this platform according to
their needs and desires.

This operating system is a grassroot effort to share independent
knowledge, it keeps away from commercial speculations and capitalist
corporations, because CREATIONS WANT TO BE FREE.

:: EXCLUSIVE RELEASE ON METAMUTE ::
http://www.metamute.org/?q=en/Dyne:bolic-2-download-new-exclusive-releas...

:: FOR ACTIVISM IN CRISIS AREAS http://streamtime.org

We imagine improvised expressive devices like a CD that turns your PC
into an on line streaming studio. Imagine a mob that creates a traffic
jam. Think of the religious policeman in London, the konfused kollege
kid and the jealous dentist in Baghdad and the jailed blogger blogging
on in Cairo. Building autonomous networks in extreme conditions.

Streamtime uses old and new media for the production of content and
networks in the fields of media, arts, culture and activism in crisis
areas, like Iraq. Streamtime offers a diffuse environment for
developing do-it-yourself media. We focus on a cultural sense of
finding your own way in the quagmire that is Iraq, and its
representation in the global media. We should not try to change
politics in order to foster cultural change; we should support cultural
manifestation in order to force political change.

:: THIS IS RASTA SOFTWARE

Jah Rastafari Livity bless our Freedom! This is free software, share it
for the good of yourself and your people, respect others and let them
express, be free and let others be free. Live long and prosper in
Peace!

But, no Peace without Justice. This software is about Resistence inna
Babylon world which tries to control more and more the way we
communicate and share information and knowledge. This software is for
all those who cannot afford to have the latest expensive hardware to
speak out their words of consciousness and good will. This software has
a full range of applications for production and not only consumption of
information, it's a full multimedia studio, you don't need to buy
anything to express yourself. Freedom and sharing of knowledge are
solid principles for evolution and that's where this software comes
from.

Inna babylon, money is the main requirement to make a voice possible to
be heard by others. Capitalist and fundamentalist governments all
around the world rule with huge TV monopolies spreading their
propaganda, silencing all criticism.

This is a struggle for Redemption from existing operating systems which
always require new expensive hardware for doing the same as ever: give
us free players but make us pay for producing our own voices. And the
one who protects you rips you off, as the Arabs say.

Dyne:bolic is a tool to produce and publish yourself, freely. There is
nothing to consume here, there is all you need to create.

:: WHAT'S NEW IN THIS RELEASE?

DHORUBA is a complete rebuild and modular rewrite of the whole system,
enhanced for full usability and open for developers to join
maintenance. Recent versions of audio and video tools provide a fully
featured multimedia studio out of the box, ready for being employed at
home, in classrooms and in media centers.

=== new dyne:II core features:

- - it is a multiuser system, user interaction can be secured
- - it includes all compiler and development tools needed to build dyne
- - you can write modifications in the /usr system and save them
- - it has advanced thin client functionality, booting from usb and net
- - it's modular, so you can easily add and combine different software
- - it's slick and snappy like the preceeding dyne:bolic, even better ;)

=== updates and fixes in 2.1

- - upgraded to kernel 2.6.17
- - fix to dock and nest on USB storage
- - support for LVM and raid volumes
- - network file system tools
- - new in Audio: Seq24, SooperLooper, Rosegarden, Icecast
- - fixes to MuSE (updated to devel version)
- - better vga detection
- - misc fixes to desktop usability

=== upgrading from version 1

To upgrade from version 1 to 2 just replace the dyne/ directory with
the new one, or run the CD and answer yes when prompted.

Before upgrading you have to manually backup the personal contents of
your old nest and import them to a new one.

Please note that:
- - version 2 is not running on XBOX game consoles
- - version 2 does not include the OpenMosix clustering system

=== development history

The dyne:II core has been compiled from scratch by Jaromil and Smilzo
in 2005. During 2006 Jaromil completed a full rewrite of startup,
nesting, docking, configuration and sdk scripts, aided by the
experienced testing of Aymeric Antonios and Chun of Goto10.

The new foundation of the dyne:II core opens up the development to more
people, providing a modular packaging system for software collections
and the possibility to customize the liveCD with your favourite
applications. So it is born Pure:dyne, as the first dyne:II
customization focusing on real time audio/video processing with pure
data.

Developers Lounge -> http://dev.dynebolic.org

=== roadmap

We salute and support all development done outside the capitalist
empire, to produce and distribute low power and affordable computers.

We look forward to support chinese dragons and simputers, solid state
workstations and all kind of 100$ laptops. In fact, we are there
already, the next step in this development will be adoption of a
cross-platform build environment to cover all kinds of hardware around.

Mantainance of dyne:II core is kept by Jaromil releasing updates for
the core part; hackers are welcome to join and take mantainance of
modular software collections.

:: BIG UP \o/ to DEVELOPERS & FRIENDS

First of all salutes and great respects to the many developers who have
written software included in dyne:bolic: a long list of names that is
impossible to include here, you'll find information about them inside
the CD and in the documentation of each software.

People and organizations helping with ver.2 development and good vibes:

=== Dyne.org / FreakNet hackers http://dyne.org http://freaknet.org
Alpt, Asbesto, Kysucix, Xant, Newmark, Nightolo, DinDon,
Sandman, Crash, Godog, Voyager, Pallotron, Fredd, Kobaiashi,
Mr.Goil, Godog, Niels, Acme, Adam, Robert, Cjm, Jaromil

=== Goto10 http://www.goto10.org http://puredyne.goto10.org
Aymeric, Marloes, Antonios, Chun

=== Metro Olografix http://olografix.org
Smilzo, Superattilius, Groucho/K6, SugoDiPesce,
Blended, Hunicus, Isazi

=== Netherlands Media Art Institute http://www.montevideo.nl/en
Montevideo / Time Based Arts

=== Streamtime http://streamtime.org
Bassam, Cecile, JoJo, Xname

=== ASCII http://www.scii.nl -> the robotic resistance crew

=== the Xiph foundation http://www.xiph.org

=== Indymedia http://www.indymedia.org
and all the activists involved!

And more... Ish, Kapel, Jagadeesh, Lawrence, Arun, Melindo, the FSF
India and the NID Ahmedabad, BEK.no, the Folk Festival in Louga
(Senegal), the squatters of Amsterdam, Neural.it, Stomfi, Paul Davis,
Menglef, Ivana, Gisle, Armin, Lambru, Chmod, Xaver, Rino, Marko,
Lupone, Kingdom of Piracy, Macchina, Giacomo Verde, Artificialia, the
Italian Hackmeeting, WhatTheHack, Ecoteca, the Chaos League, MetaMute

.... and even more .....

to all the many people sending good vibes, sharing ospitality,
suggestions and helping organizing the things that keep all this alive:

hearful THANKS!

:: contribute TO DYNE:BOLIC !

->>>> JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST: http://lists.dyne.org/dynebolic
->>>> CONTRIBUTE DOCUMENTATION: http://lab.dyne.org/DyneBolic (wiki)
->>>> BUG REPORT ONLINE INTERFACE: http://bugs.dyne.org

Please consider that the dyne:bolic project is an independent effort
relying on occasional support from non-profit, grant-making and
business organizations willing to sustain development of free and
opensource software like this.

Dyne:bolic relies on support from individuals like you to preserve,
protect and promote the freedom it gives to its users.
Please show your appreciation with an act of generosity!

Make your donation, even dimes can help -> http://dyne.org/donate.php
so far, we got 500$ in 5 years on paypal. thanks, really a lot,
serious! you have been a few but you really believe this crazy idea of
freak developers didn't you? well we do exist and can live on low
budget! and we're rockin'! :)

Now in case you are an organization, company or official institution,
consider Dyne.org is a foundation and can provide you with official
papers about donations, plus you can be mentioned and linked on the
upcoming BIG THANKS page.

We struggle to keep this effort independent, therefore the only income
for this project is the community itself. thanks everyone!

:: DISCLAIMER

dyne:bolic GNU/Linux is copyleft (C)2001-2006 by Denis "Jaromil" Roio

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your
option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
with this program; if not, write to: Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

Several redistributed binaries are copyrighted by the respective
authors, it is documented in the accompanying manual of the
distribution.

dyne.org is available to provide the source of the included binaries
upon request, all the included software can be redistributed under the
terms of the GNU GPL license and, in some cases, the X/BSD license.

For more informations refer to the web pages on http://dynebolic.org

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