New in version 10.06.91
June 29th, 2010
- Recently Ailurus developers received more than 55 bug reports. All of the reports is about the same bug: Ailurus tried to install some software but failed.
- Finally the reason is found. It is because a global lock is holding by other process. Then the developers did some improvement. I hope this problem will not happen again.
- Please upgrade to version 10.06.91. Sorry for the inconvenience which the bug brought to you.
New in version 10.05 (May 30th, 2010)
- Main improvements:
- Adjusting the layout of software installation interface, in order to free more space.
- Add some popular software.
- Enhance system cleaning up function. Be able to clean up residual configuration files, and Nautilus cache.
- Be able to use multiple sources.
- Add some GNOME settings item.
- Show details of CPU level 1 cache and level 2 cache.
- Add computer doctor function. Be able to detect system problems and repair problems.
New in version 10.04.2 (April 25th, 2010)
- This version brings out "quick start" mode, and "clean up" function. Many bugs in previous version are fixed.
New in version 10.03.2 (March 23rd, 2010)
- Add customizing keyboard shortcut key functionality.
- Disable FoxitReader.
- Remove "Offline installation" functionality.
- Fix "Quick setup is not launchable" issue.
- We can skip repository detection in "Quick setup" now.
- Improve Java version display.
- Add copyright certify for new icons.
- Improve text font on splash window.
- Ailurus has new toolbar icon and splash now!
- Change toolbar icon size to 40.
- Merge menubar and toolbar.
- "Study linux", "Preferences" and "Others" menu are moved into toolbar.
- Enlarge toolbar icon to 64 x 64.
- Show text under icon.
- We can read change log in "About" dialog now.
New in version 10.02 (March 22nd, 2010)
- Display information about BIOS, motherboard, CPU and battery.
- Install/remove some nice applications which are not provided in the official repository.
- Tell you some Linux skills.
- Detect the speed of apt mirrors and find the fastest one.
- Enable/disable some third party repositories.
- Keep track of what software you have installed. Help you revoke software.
- Change some GNOME settings.
New in version 10.01.5 (January 20th, 2010)
- Install some nice software, such as Skype and Google Chrome.
- Install some nice Firefox extensions.
- Enable third-party repositories, including RPMFusion, ATrpms, Livna, Adobe, Google Chrome and Skype.
- Change various GNOME settings.
- Enable “sudo” command.
- Enable colorful Bash prompt script.