Thursday, October 18. 2007
In the last few weeks I've been busy working on grml-live (the build framework based on FAI for generating a grml and Debian based Linux Live system). As generating a new grml-ISO using grml-live can be done with one single command(!) we could finally build an autobuild system which generates daily snapshots of grml. Thanks to hosting by formorer and jimmy we can provide a wide range of different flavours of grml now:
That's not all. We provide all these versions in a 32bit version (grml) as well as in a 64bit version (grml64). But stop! We even provide all the versions in a Debian/stable based and a Debian/unstable based version.
So you can choose your favourite grml-ISO from a total of 3x2x2 = 12 different ISOs. They are available from daily.grml.org and are built full automatic on a daily base. This should help us in tracking down possible problems in Debian packages as well as keeping the truck factor in our team as low as possible and improve quality management furthermore. On the other side users can get brand new software for testing, or if they need a special feature (like a brand new kernel version) they can get it without the need for waiting for a new devel-/stable-release. So just grab the current snapshot for testing from daily.grml.org, or if you want to build your own Linux live-cd based on Debian and grml consider the use of grml-live.
Saturday, October 13. 2007
I just finished the first stable version of 2.6.23-grml. As usual grab the Debian packages from the grml repository (grml-testing, find the source in the mercurial repository. Check out the README for details on the patchset. If you are interested in the outstanding todos check out issue216 in our BTS.
Wednesday, October 3. 2007
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