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 ====== About PLD Linux ====== ====== About PLD Linux ======
-Unlike other big distributions,​ there is no commercial support behind PLD Linux. The developer community consists of various ​enthusiast ​who wish to donate their time and work for common good. +Unlike other big distributions,​ there is no commercial support behind PLD Linux. The developer community consists of various ​enthusiasts ​who wish to donate their time and knowledge ​for the common good of PLD Linux. There is no specific ideology behind PLD-Linux, we just want to have a fast, stable and flexible environment to work in. See the [[:​Features|features]] of this project for more information
  
  
  
 ===== Short History ===== ===== Short History =====
-PLD started in 1998 as a package repository for [[http://​www.redhat.com|RedHat Linux]]. It soon grew enough, to become a self sustaining distribution and acts as one for the past couple of years. Currently it's one of [[http://​cia.navi.cx/​|the most active open source projects in the world]] and provides a constant flow of feedback to the rest of the FLOSS world. ​ 
  
 +PLD Linux started in 1998 as a package repository for another distribution. It soon grew enough to become a self sustaining distribution and has acted as one for the past couple of years. Currently it is one of [[http://​cia.vc/​|the most active open source projects in the world]] and provides a constant flow of feedback to the rest of the FLOSS world. ​
  
 +PLD is presented on [[wp>​Linux distribution|Linux distro timeline]] as well.
  
 ===== Official Releases ===== ===== Official Releases =====
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 |**version**|**released**|**status**| |**version**|**released**|**status**|
 |PLD Ra/​1.0|22.11.2002|stable,​ EOL now| |PLD Ra/​1.0|22.11.2002|stable,​ EOL now|
-|[[:AcInfo|PLD Ac/​2.0]]|01.04.2007|stable| +|[[ac|PLD Ac/​2.0]]|01.04.2007|stable| 
-|[[:ThInfo|PLD Th/3.0]]|unknown|in development|+|[[th|PLD Th/3.0]]| |stable, ​in endless ​development| 
  
 ===== Current Status ===== ===== Current Status =====
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   * x86 (targets i386, i586, i686 and Athlon) ​   * x86 (targets i386, i586, i686 and Athlon) ​
-  * PowerPC ​+  * PowerPC ​(PLD RA/AC only)
   * AMD64    * AMD64 
-  * Sparc (32-bit with 64-bit optional kernel)  +  * Sparc (32-bit with 64-bit optional kernel) (PLD RA/AC only)  
-  * Alpha +  * Alpha (PLD RA/AC only) 
 This, together with a non-conservative approach to RPM usage, provides our users with a consistent, yet flexible environment on a wide variety of hardware. ​ This, together with a non-conservative approach to RPM usage, provides our users with a consistent, yet flexible environment on a wide variety of hardware. ​
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