Open Source Everywhere
for Linux run
with native look and feel on Windows, Mac OS X and UNIX operating
April 13, 2008:
LINA 0.72beta03 has been released and is available now.
We at Lina Software are proud to announce the release of
our latest beta version!
This release is free of a large number of bugs and annoying features
discovered by users of the beta02 release. The new features and bug
fixes in LINA-0.72beta03 are detailed below.
LINA-0.72beta03 is not a production release. It is one in a series of
betas intended to prepare LINA for wider use. LINA-0.72beta03 still
contains a number of bugs and inconveniences, some of which were
discovered during the testing process. These “known bugs” are detailed here
We are very pleased to be releasing a number of new applications with
this version, including:
Instructions for downloading and installing LINA can be found in our
wiki at http://openlina.org/wiki
A special thanks to everyone who downloaded and gave us feedback on
LINA-0.72beta02. The community's help is making it possible for us to
rapidly improve LINA's quality and reliability for the official 0.72
LINA-0.72beta01 was been released and then promptly
made obsolete by the release of LINA-0.72beta02. Read
03, 2007: LINA Application Installer Released
We have merged the code for the LINA application
installer into the LINA source code repository. It can be found in the
, and samples/installer
21, 2007: LINA GUI Code Merge
We have added our initial set of
reorganized LINA GUI code to the source repository. This code replaces
original LINA GUI code and adds several programming usability features.
13, 2007: LINA Application Installers
The 0.72 release will include a system that
automatically generates native installers for LINA applications for Mac
OS X, Windows, and Linux/Unix. Read
10, 2007: How it works
We have added a brief tutorial about
the design of LINA, for those of you who haven't yet had the
opportunity to read through
the source code. Read
November 4, 2007: LINA
0.71 is here!
This release fixes a number of bugs
that caused compile errors on various platforms and offers several
enhancements which are prerequisites for the upcoming release of LINA
binaries and sample applications. Read
September 25, 2007:
Wiki is Up!
The wiki is up. Still not much content, but that will change. Check it
September 18, 2007: LINA
Source Code Released under GPL
source code for LINA under the GPL version 2
LINA enables Linux binaries to
run with native look and feel on Windows, Mac, and Linux, without
recompiling. This release, along with the launch of our community
invites developers around the world to participate in the growth of
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