Sunday, January 28. 2007
We have a new develrelease. grml 0.9-2 is available for beta-testers and grml-developers.
Quoting the main changelog:
* *no* kernel update, I'm lacking time and 2.6.20 should be available soon, I don't want to put further work into 2.6.19 now * some updates for "utf8 mode by default", main issues should be resolved now (some problems are present inside GNU screen though) [notice: handling of unicode_start for hd-installation is on the todo-list: http://bts.grml.org/grml/issue75 ] * several bugfixes and updates in grml-network's netcardconfig, in grml-rebuildfstab and grml-scanpartitions * extended zsh configuration * big update and rewrite of zsh-lovers, thanks to Christian Schneider: http://blog.grml.org/archives/229-update-of-zsh-lovers-in-asciidoc-format.html * added script gsuggest.pl: google suggest - ask google for keyword suggestions * Packages removed since 0.9 (excluding lib* and 2.6.18-grml): ethereal-common linux-wlan-ng linux-wlan-ng-firmware lout lout-common olsrd-plugin opie-server unionfs-utils xen-tools xen-utils-common * Packages added since 0.9 (excluding lib* and 2.6.19-grml): advchk cryopid dnsproxy fatresize flashplugin-nonfree funionfs gatling gems genisoimage icedax imsniff keyutils keyutils-lib kvm mcabber ncc olsrd-plugins pnputils python-urwid recordmydesktop scalpel smbnetfs tesseract-ocr-data uncrustify urlscan vde2 vinetto xserver-xorg-input-aiptek xserver-xorg-input-elo2300 xserver-xorg-input-elographics xserver-xorg-input-hyperpen xserver-xorg-input-joystick xserver-xorg-input-penmount xserver-xorg-input-void xwatchwin
Sunday, January 28. 2007
What's my roadmap to grml 1.0?
Of course resolving the other issues on grml's BTS is on the todo list as well. Features like unionfs-overlays and additional squashfs-files are on the wishlist too of course. My plan is to release grml 1.0 in march 2007. Needs a lot of work of course...
Monday, January 22. 2007
# uname -a Linux grmlppc 2.6.19-grml #2 PREEMPT Sat Jan 20 20:26:15 CET 2007 ppc GNU/Linux
Now I can really start working on grml-ppc on my own. The plan is to have grml64 and grml-ppc available with release of grml 1.0.
Currently I'm crosscompiling the kernel on x86. It works but it would be nice to have a more powerful compile system, especially another (native) ppc system would be fine....
Saturday, January 6. 2007
New team member: Frank Terbeck Posted by Michael Prokop in general at 12:23
Frank Terbeck joined the grml-team. Frank did a lot of work in the zsh setup of grml. Welcome in the grml team, Frank!
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