The zita-resampler 1.6.0-1 package was missing a library symlink that has been readded in 1.6.0-2. If you installed 1.6.0-1, ldconfig would have created this symlink at install time, and it will conflict with the one included in 1.6.0-2. In that case, remove /usr/lib/libzita-resampler.so.1 manually before updating.
A fully free, simple, and lightweight operating system
You've reached the website of the Parabola GNU/Linux-libre operating system. The Parabola project is a community driven effort to provide a fully Free (as in freedom) operating system that is simple and lightweight.
Derived from Arch (the GNU/Linux distribution), Parabola provides packages from it that meet the Free System Distribution Guidelines (FSDG) and replacements for the packages that don't meet this requirement. Packages are provided for the i686, x86_64, and armv7h architectures.
A former Parabola contributor, CrazyToon, has passed away earlier today, December 26th at 4:40 AM UTC, at the age of 60.
On September 30th, he suffered two cerebral aneurysms and intracranial hemorrhages. Surgery was performed on October 13th and he entered into coma until November 1st. On November 10th, he suffered two cerebral strokes and lost all possibility of recovering his health. He proceeded to have catatonic stupor state, hard convulsions, continuous high pressure, fever and general hemorrhages.
He will be remembered as the father of two other Parabola contributors, André Silva ("Emulatorman") and Márcio Silva ("coadde"); for his ...
As part of our community's heightened interest in platforms amenable to user freedom, Parabola will continue supporting the i686 port for the foreseeable future. The base distro will be based on packages from Arch's unofficial 32-bit port, starting today.
In general users don't need to do anything to make the transition. Just make sure you are using the latest
libre/archlinux32-keyring (required by default since
pacman 5.0.2-2.parabola1.1) and upgrade as usual:
# pacman -Syy # pacman -S libre/archlinux32-keyring # pacman -Su
During the next few days upgrade operations will greet you with warning messages about ...
The following packages have been removed from the [kernels] repository:
Including their respective -docs and -headers split packages. And a new one was added:
- linux-libre-xtreme: A kernel with hardened patches and handful of awesome security features (AppArmor, SMACK, TOMOYO, SELinux, YAMA)
We want to encourage our users to use kernels from [kernels], you can enable the repository by following this instructions
Since a considerable amount of Parabola developers and users prefer to use the OpenRC init system instead of Systemd, which is the default, we are proud to announce the first releases of Parabola GNU/Linux-libre OpenRC Edition ISOs!
As of now they are still in beta, you can get them here. These are not official, yet, but we are working on fixing all their issues. You can help by testing them and giving us some feedback so we can improve them.
Besides this, due to a bug in MATE, we are planning to replace MATE with LXDE in the graphical ...
- Perl library path change
- If you are having trouble with Megver83 GPG Key
- Mesa upgrade may require manual intervention
- [From Arch] ca-certificates-utils 20170307-1 upgrade requires manual intervention
- Chromium blacklisted to respect your-freedom
- proton.parabola.nu server is up!
- Linux-libre downgrade - Manual intervention required
- Server status
- [From Arch] xorg-server 1.19.1 is now in extra
- Scheduled Server Maintenance