lxnay's ramblings on Sabayon, Gentoo, Open Source and Software Engineering
09Jun / 2012
After more than 3 months of hard work. I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Sabayon 9.
Have a look at the press release here and enjoy Sabayon.
Posted in Gentoo, Sabayon
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Just downloaded 64 bit GNOME 3 version – all is very beautiful and smooth as silk. Nice version update!If this is the future of Sabayon – I’m in!
It’s so good news. I was checking everyday the Sabayon page waiting for it.
I must donate again to Sabayon, because I like it, how Sabayon looks now.
Sabayon 9 is quick, stable, and works “out of box”, I love it.
Thanks to all of Sabayon team for excelent works!
(Excuse my english, it is not my mother language)
Ottimo lavoro, uso Sabayon-Forensics 64 bit, XFCE.
…in coabitazione con Fedora.
As always simply brilliant!
How to upgrade from Saboyon 8 to 9?
Run the updates and you’re set.
Thank you it worked out, but I had to install Rigo manually.
How to update to kernel 3.4, Hardened and other new features?
Thank you in advance.
I’m in rolling since Sabayon 7, always good works !
When will be available GNOME 3.4 ?
Good work guys, thanks! At the edge, yet smooth and beautiful.
Thank you for this release. It’s (S9/xfce4) faster and more polished then ever. Xfce4.10 does a really great job. A slightly newer Qgis version with python support would be great. But with the use of some ebuilds I build the latest Qgis myself and it’s up an running with all the python plugins.
Great job! Keep it up!
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