Tuesday, May 29. 2012
Grml - new stable release 2012.05 ... Posted by Michael Prokop in general at 09:52
We just released Grml 2012.05 - Ponyhof.
Thanks for all the feedback we received for our 2011.12 release, we took it serious and hope that everyone finds 2012.05 such a wonderful release as we consider it to be.
There were some changes between 2012.05-rc1 and the new stable release. The most important ones are:
As you might notice the grml-small flavour came back. So it's two flavours (grml-full + grml-small) and two architectures (x86 + amd64) now. The grml96 option - which provides the x86 and the amd64 version on one single ISO (grml96 = grml32 + grml64) - is available for your service as well.
We want to thank all the people involved in this magnificent and awesome release. The Grml Developers, our Contributors and all the other people involved in this release.
Thursday, May 17. 2012
We are proud to announce the first release candidate of the upcoming version 2012.05, code-named 'Ponyhof'!
For detailed information about the changes between 2011.12 and 2012.05 have a look at the official release announcement.
Several tools that have been reported to be missing on the downsized 2011.12 release have been re-added. This release also brings the grml-small flavour back to life.
Please test the ISOs and everything you usually use and report back, so we can complete the stable release soon. If no major problems come up, the next iteration will be the stable release, which is scheduled for end of May.
Wednesday, May 16. 2012
New Grml developer: Evgeni Golov Posted by Michael Prokop in general at 09:48
We're proud to be able to announce that Evgeni 'Zhenech' Golov joined the Grml team as developer. Welcome in the team, Evgeni!
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