Fusion Linux 14 Beta is out

Fusion Linux 14 Beta is out and available on Fusion Linux download page so get it while it’s hot 😉
Thanks to Mario and Carl for setting up torrent.
Release info and new features list will be posted when official release gets out for now you need to explore. If you find any bugs please report them. Any ideas about further improving Fusion Linux are welcome.
If you just want to check out Fusion Linux there is a simple way without installing it on your hardware.
1. install qemu (yum install qemu or apt-get install qemu-kvm)
2. run Fusion Linux inside virtual machine:
qemu-kvm -m 512 -cdrom Fusion-Linux-14-beta.iso
3. Profit 🙂

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6 Responses to Fusion Linux 14 Beta is out

  1. Terry says:

    I have the EnGenius EUB-9801 USB wireless adapter (based on the RT3572) and was wondering if Fusion 14 will come with support built-in? I tried Ubuntu 10.10 because I read somewhere that the latest kernel would have built-in support for the RT3572, but I still can’t get it to work. I would love it if Fusion 14 could fix this for me.

    • valent says:

      Do you know which driver RT3572 uses? You can test it really easily via Live DVD and see if it works. All wireless cards I have work out of the box with Fusion.

  2. Andy says:

    Nothing about the release date for 14.1 Final. At least an approximate date. Anyone ? Thanks.

  3. Andy says:

    Already did this. I was just curious about the launch date for 14.1 Final. By the other hand, I do not like to install on the computer I’m working with operating systems in beta stage. But, I have to say Fusion is one of the best operating systems I ever tried. And it looks nice too. Good job !

  4. Ariel says:

    Kernel crash [ Reason: WARNING: at net/sced/sch_generic.c:258 dev_watchdog
    +0xc6/0x12e() ]
    Gnome panel crash [ Reason: Process /usr/bin/gnome-panel was killed by signal
    11 (SIGSEGV) ]
    And is happening at every start from live DVD. Well, this doesn’t seem to be
    a rock solid release. No ofense. Waiting for the real rock.
    (I tried on three computers – especially the gnome panel error was present)

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