Released: August 4, 2011
If you do not want to read these release notes (you should!), please at least read the following two bullet items:
For those wanting to run a ClearOS Enterprise 6 test build in a real world environment, please wait for the beta releases. This alpha release is just a sneak preview intended for app developers, translators and curiosity seekers.
So what can you expect in the final release of ClearOS Enterprise 6? Along with updating the base system built on source code from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 1) 6.1, this release includes the following major changes. Please note: these features will be rolled out during the alpha/beta phase.
The Alpha 2 release is basically the old Alpha 1 snapshot, but with the following changes:
For end users, the Marketplace, the fast web interface engine and usability improvements are the highlights of this release. The Marketplace is up and running and a small set of apps can be installed.
For developers, the new ClearOS App Framework is now stable and ready for use. Whether you want to develop a free tool or a paid app, the environment for building new features for ClearOS is much improved.
No changes. The graphical installer and 64-bit architecture were the focus of the Alpha 2 release.
The apps in Enterprise Alpha 1 may seem like an odd mix, but these were selected to provide a broad cross section of underlying base operating system components.
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