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Linux Distribution: Pioneer Linux
Url: http://www.tapioneer.com/

 
Technalign, Inc. has announced it has released its new Pioneer Linux operating system to the community. The first release is the 32-bit version to be followed immediately by the 64-Bit Version. The community edition includes many features found previously

About Pioneer Linux
The premise of Pioneer Basic is to give you a solid desktop that you customize to your liking. Frontier contained many applications that many users didn't use or want making it confusing to them, especially in business environments. Pioneer Basic includes only what is needed to get started and learn your new operating system. Many partners preconfigure your Pioneer to what you want also for a small fee.

All Pioneer products come in two flavors - Free for download and also with full support. Both versions are live CDs and allow you to learn and play before you install. The difference between the two products is free does not come with support and is only supported by the community via the forums and knowledge base. The paid version comes with 3 years of upgrade protection as well as installation assistance and basic support services via a Technalign support representative. The free version is licensed under the GPL, and Technalign hopes one day to become become the Pioneers of Free and Open Source software. The free versions are NOT to be sold for profit and only to be given away.

Products

Pioneer Basic products come in different flavors. Each one fits the requirements of each individual. The Pioneer Basic product is based on the premise that each of you want to customize your own desktop to how you want it to work and look. It's a bit different than many distributions cramming many different applications on you and then having to remove applications you don't want. How many of us use two different mail clients or upwards of 3 or 4 editors?

Pioneer Basic lets you do what you want with your desktop. It's that simple, you only need to install what you want. Don't know how? Well the commercial versions come with support and you'll get help as well as a manual to explain how it's done. Use the Forums and Knowledge Base resources also.

Releases:
2008-06-24 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Linux 3.2 has been released    View
Technology Alignment sponsored and community open source projects, today announced the availability of Pioneer Explorer and Basic 3.2, the latest version of its open source Linux operating system distributions. Pioneer operating systems continues to build upon its 7-year life cycle with the Release 3 series. Highlights of the KDE-based distribution include improvements and enhancements on the Programs Folder to allow difficult to find and install items such as codecs while the latest release of Pioneer Linux sports a 2.6.24 kernel, Firefox 3 beta 5 and OpenOffice.org version 2.4.0.
2008-02-05 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Linux 3.1 is available    View
Pioneer Basic 3.1 workstation, Stagecoach 3.1 the combined server and workstation, and it's enterprise server MigrationSERVER 3.1. These workstations utilize the KDE desktop and run off a Live CD for users to test before installation. The new releases maintain the 7 year lifecycle and those running previous versions of Pioneer Basic will be able to run the update manager to bring them up to the current version. All known and reported critical bugs have been repaired in this final release.
2007-08-04 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Explorer 1.0 RC1 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. announced today the release of Pioneer Explorer 1.0 Release Candidate 1. RC1 has a new look and feel over previous Technalign versions, a new live kernel, improved wireless support, and the additions of Intel WinModems added to the kernel. Pioneer Explorer is nearing the completion of the fork from Canonical and brings changes to the repositories that are completely Technalign maintained. Pioneer Explorer has a 12 month life cycle and will continue to improve. KPPP has also been changed and is now faster than previous versions providing dial-up users a better Internet experience. Pioneer Explorer is Technalign's community version meant solely for the community.
2007-07-16 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Explorer 1.0 Beta 2 is available    View
Beta 2 is a self-booting Live CD originally based on Kubuntu that allows you to test the operating system before installation. Explorer includes additional wireless support out of the box for ease of use with many wireless adapters. The new Beta also provides a kernel with additional tweaks. The highlight of the Beta 2 release includes additional changes to the Technalign repositories including Commercial, Backports, and Network Security (Crypto)...
2007-06-29 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Explorer 1.0 Beta 1 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced the release of Pioneer Explorer 1.0 after extensive internal and partner testing. Pioneer Explorer is the initial release of its operating systems based on Technalign Trailblazer. Trailblazer is Technalign's framework utilizing all the best of development in open source. With the release of Pioneer Explorer, users in business as well as the consumer markets have the potential to continue to use a product with a long life expectancy on the server as well as the workstation.
2007-06-18 00:00:00.0 Pioneer MigrationSERVER 2.1 is out    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced the release of Pioneer MigrationSERVER 2.1. Pioneer MigrationSERVER replaces previous versions and the 2.1 release staging for the Technalign Trailblazer Framework. MigrationSERVER 2.1 includes additional functions such as software RAID, DHCP, and the Squid Proxy Server to mention a few, which install simply by clicking a button on the web interface. Users can use either SSH or Webmin to manage their servers and both have been included as options for server management. Technalign's MigrationSERVER allows customers to drive down their server and acquisition costs.
2007-06-02 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Stagecoach 2.1 is out    View
Technalign, Inc. has released Pioneer Stagecoach 2.1 of its base Linux operating system. Pioneer Stagecoach 2.1 is being released on DVD. Many enhancements were added in the latest version of Stagecoach on both the server and workstation. Additions to the workstation include OpenOffice.org 2.2, additional games, Guarddog Firewall, as well as the KlamAV anti-virus utilities to name a few. On the server side, Postfix, Sendmail, PHP, as well as SpamAssassin were added to the mix. Webalizer was also added to allow analysis of traffic on web sites on Stagecoach.
2007-05-24 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Linux 2.1 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has released Pioneer Basic 2.1 of its base Linux operating system. Pioneer Basic 2.1 is being released on DVD. Technalign will continue to ship Pioneer Basic 2.0 for those users who do not wish to purchase a DVD drive for their systems. Pioneer Basic 2.1 is similar to Basic 2.0 with several exceptions. The biggest exception is that Pioneer 2.1 is based on Feisty and not Edgy while it continues to be based on Kubuntu. Adept is no longer incorporated as the update manager, but is now replaced with Synaptic per the business and consumer communities. Also notable are the Guarddog Firewall as well as the KlamAV anti-virus utilities that have been added and OpenOffice.org 2.2.
2007-05-23 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Stagecoach is available now    View
Technalign, Inc. has released the final version of Pioneer Stagecoach with complete workstation and server support. Stagecoach brings a new solution to the SOHO market with the new workstation / server combination allowing a SOHO or home user to run email, web services via Apache 2, DHCP, and other services while having a full workstation for day-to-day activity. MigrationSERVER on Stagecoach provides access to server functions via the Webmin interface or SSH. Stagecoach comes with Automatix to install the most requested applications easily.
2007-04-21 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 3 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced that they have released Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 3 for testing. Rifleman requires a DVD for installation and is only recommended for P4 systems, or equivalent, and NVIDIA or ATI for graphics support. The new build includes additional drivers not included in Alpha 2 as well as the Guarddog firewall and KlamAV anti-virus. Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technalign, Inc. stated, 'We have been excluding KlamAV as well as Guarddog in the past for obvious reasons but are including it now due to the demand of our Partner network.' Technalign is requesting that the community as well as its partners report bugs and desired drivers.
2007-04-17 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 2 is available now    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced that they have released Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 2. Rifleman requires a DVD for installation and is only recommended for P4 systems or equivalent, and NVIDIA or ATI video cards for graphics support. ATI support was added due to the demand of the community as well as the Technalign Partner network. Technalign is requesting that the community as well as its partners report bugs and desired drivers. Technalign has started its repository and is expected to be released with the initial beta release of Pioneer Rifleman and provide updates and drivers not available in the 'Edgy' repositories.
2007-04-09 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 1 has been released    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced that they have released Pioneer Rifleman Alpha 1 for initial testing. Rifleman requires a DVD for installation and is only recommended for P4 systems, or equivalent, and NVIDIA graphics support. Pioneer Rifleman will bring the Pioneer line to cutting edge technology and allow companies and individuals to experience a more robust version. Automatix is also included with Rifleman and will incorporate business applications as well as the additional most requested applications.
2007-01-22 00:00:00.0 Pioneer MigrationSERVER RC1 has been released    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced they have released Pioneer MigrationSERVER RC1. Release Candidate 1 now includes a full Webmin interface for software RAID and also Firefox 2.0. Per the community, Technalign has added SSL for access to Webmin for security. Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technalign, Inc. stated, 'We believe that RC1 will complete MigrationSERVER depending on input from both the partner/business community as well as our Pioneer community.' RC 1 is close to release and Technalign is requesting that users report any issues or requested changes on the TaPioneer forums or contacting Technalign directly. Those wanting to test MigrationSERVER and have not done so as of yet are welcome to begin the testing on RC1
2007-01-04 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Linux Christian Edition Beta 1 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced it has released its Beta 1 Pioneer Linux Christian Edition operating system to the community. The beta includes many of the features that come standard with Pioneer Linux. The application includes the King James Bible and many study applications. The Pioneer Christian Edition replaces the Frontier Christian Edition previously retailed by Technalign's partners. There will be a non-installable edition available for Windows users who only want to use the Christian Edition for study. Technalign requests that users report back any applications they would like added as well as applications that they wish removed along with bug reports.
2007-01-02 00:00:00.0 Pioneer MigrationSERVER Beta 2 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has released its Beta 2 of MigrationSERVER. Beta 2 includes many more requested applications, such as SSH, Fetchmail, DHCP Server, Shorewall firewall, and the Squid proxy server. Beta 2 of MigrationSERVER is reaching the final stages based on feedback received on its Beta 1 released. RC 1 is expected to be released in early January 2007. Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technalign, Inc. stated, 'Beta 2 now includes more applications interfaced with Webmin as requested from both our business community as well as our community users.' Pioneer MigrationSERVER will be free to individuals and non-profit organizations wanting to run a web server.
2006-12-23 00:00:00.0 Pioneer MigrationSERVER Beta 1 is available    View
Technalign, Inc. has released its SOHO/SMB server with the ease of use that Windows users have been looking for. MigrationSERVER Beta 1 is out for testing and available for download immediately on the TaPioneer web site. The new server is targeted toward the SMB market as well as workgroup servers in enterprise networks. The server provides not only a robust and simple to use interface for server administration using Webmin 1.300 as the interface, but the familiar KDE interface. MigrationSERVER uses Kubuntu as a base and includes additional features which were found in Version XI including clustering support.
2006-12-08 00:00:00.0 Pioneer Linux has been released    View
Technalign, Inc. has announced it has released its new Pioneer Linux operating system to the community. The first release is the 32-bit version to be followed immediately by the 64-Bit Version. The community edition includes many features found previously
 
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