|2.2.1||Brown Paper Bag|
|2.6.15-rc6–2.6.15–2.6.16–||Sliding Snow Leopard|
|stable: 22.214.171.124-rc2–||Stable Penguin|
|2.6.18–2.6.19–||Avast! A bilge rat!|
|2.6.20-rc2–2.6.20–||Homicidal Dwarf Hamster|
|2.6.21-rc4–2.6.21–||Nocturnal Monster Puppy|
|2.6.22-rc3–2.6.22-rc4||Jeff Thinks I Should Change This, But To What?|
|2.6.22-rc5–2.6.22—||Holy Dancing Manatees, Batman!|
|2.6.23-rc4–2.6.23-rc6||Pink Farting Weasel|
|2.6.23-rc7–2.6.23–2.6.24–||Arr Matey! A Hairy Bilge Rat!|
|stable: 126.96.36.199–||Err Metey! A Heury Beelge-a Ret!|
|2.6.25-rc2–2.6.25–||Funky Weasel is Jiggy wit it|
|stable: 188.8.131.52–||Trembling Tortoise|
|2.6.28-rc1–2.6.28-rc6||Killer Bat of Doom|
|2.6.28-rc7–2.6.28–2.6.29-rc8||Erotic Pickled Herring|
|2.6.29||Temporary Tasmanian Devil|
|2.6.30-rc7–2.6.30–2.6.31–2.6.32–2.6.33–2.6.34-rc4||Man-Eating Seals of Antiquity|
|2.6.34-rc5-2.6.34–2.6.35||Sheep on Meth|
|2.6.36-rc8–2.6.36–2.6.37–2.6.38–2.6.39||Flesh-Eating Bats with Fangs|
|stable: 3.8.5–||Displaced Humerus Anterior|
|stable: 3.9.6–||Black Squirrel Wakeup Call|
|stable: 3.10.6–||TOSSUG Baby Fish|
|3.11-rc1–3.11||Linux for Workgroups (20 years of Windows 3.11)|
|3.13-rc1||One Giant Leap for Frogkind|
|3.14-rc1||Shuffling Zombie Juror|
|4.0-rc1||Hurr durr I’ma sheep|
I’m using the below page to monitor and collect some of the most important servers I got, see:
But ran into an issue with permissions when running under mod_ruid2 + cPanel jail, it won’t collect some of the vital statistics, merely the disk space, so that’s no good.
I could only think of one easy solution to it. A cronjob!
First, I renamed uptime.php (the original with PHP code) to uptime_fix.php, then added crontab with:
And added this line:
0 * * * * php /the/path/to/uptime_fix.php > /the/path/to/uptime.php
That will circumvent the permissions issue, but remember to add the cronjob under a user which has adequate permissions. Another thing, be sure to read this comment. After that, all is good. There’s a better way? Do tell.
By the way, the contents of “uptime.php” will just look something like this:
The Linux Mint Dev Team has released Linux Mint 15, codenamed “Olivia”.
The description for Linux Mint 15 “Olivia” is given as follows:
Linux Mint 15 is the most ambitious release since the start of the project. MATE 1.6 is greatly improved and Cinnamon 1.8 offers a ton of new features, including a screensaver and a unified control center. The login screen can now be themed in HTML5 and two new tools, “Software Sources” and “Driver Manager”, make their first appearance in Linux Mint.
And these are some of the new ‘features’ (or changes):
- Software Sources
- Driver Manager
- Cinnamon 1.8
- MATE 1.6
- Software Manager
- System Improvements
- Artwork Improvements
- Upstream Components
I’ve provided torrents (mirror) here:
Read the entire announcement over at the Linux Mint Blog:
Official announcement of the Zorin Group:
The Zorin OS Team is excited to finally launch the Zorin OS 7 Core Release Candidate, the pre-release version of our groundbreaking new operating system. Zorin OS 7 brings about a plethora of changes and improvements such as a wide array of updated software, the Linux Kernel version 3.8, the introduction of new software (Pidgin replacing Empathy and Geary Mail replacing Thunderbird) and an enormous design overhaul.
We have given the brand a face-lift with our new logo. In addition to this, Zorin OS itself includes a brand new desktop theme which you can see here. You can take a look at the default Zorin OS 7 desktop here.
As always, Zorin OS 7 uses the Zorin Desktop environment with Zorin Menu for unparalleled customization and the Zorin Look Changer for ultimate ease of use. We also include our Zorin Web Browser Manager to ease the installation of web browsers.
Zorin OS 7 is based on Ubuntu 13.04.
Zorin OS 7 Core RC is — at the time of writing — only available in 32bit flavour, which is the paramount reason why I’m not mirroring it. I will await the release of the 64bit branch and update my mirror (http://zorin.k0nsl.org).
In any case, those interested in the 32bit release can use the official mirrors, here: