Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Dec 2007 21:54 UTC, submitted by Kaj de Vos
Syllable, AtheOS The Syllable project has published the second version of the Linux-based Syllable Server. A number of fixes were made, most notably to terminal initialisation and printing. GhostScript is included now. Some of the Syllable-specific initialisation scripts are executed now. Many packages were updated, including GLibC, CoreUtils, BASh, ORCA and the printing packages. Several new packages were added. IPTables is included, so Syllable Server can be used to build a firewall. The wireless tools are included for configuring wireless networks. The ALSA userspace library and tools were added to provide full access to the audio system, instead of relying on OSS emulation. All separate binary packages for Server 0.1 are still valid on Server 0.2. On Syllable, binary compatibility is maintained as much as possible. [Screenshot of Syllable Server running on Syllable Desktop, installation and usage instructions, change log, torrent (preferred), installation package (75 MB 7-Zip archive).]
Thread beginning with comment 290968
To view parent comment, click here.
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
RE[5]: Syllable Server
by hornett on Sat 15th Dec 2007 10:23 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Syllable Server"
hornett
Member since:
2005-09-19


Maybe I got it wrong, but that means that, for example, two binaries that need the same libX.so will have each one a copy of the lib? If that's the case well... ugh ;)



As long as the basic system libraries cover all typically required functionality, only a few apps should need custom libraries. It seems to work well enough on OSX.
I'm all for it if it prevents problems like the libexpat fiasco a few months ago on Gentoo.

Reply Parent Score: 2