Tuesday, December 20. 2011
Remastering Grml 2011.12 will be as ... Posted by Christian Hofstaedtler in general at 13:00
For the final release of Grml 2011.12 we will no longer ship the so called "release-chroots" - and this will not make it harder for you to remaster, but only easier!
grml-live, the build tool for Grml, has gained a new feature: it can now extract ISOs and use their contents as the base for your remastering needs. This feature will be released with the next grml-live release, but it's available today in grml-live git.
How you'd use this:
Monday, October 10. 2011
Grml packages in Debian Posted by Christian Hofstaedtler in packages at 07:53
The first fruits of our push packages to Debian effort are now available in Debian. Three often used packages from the Grml Team have arrived in unstable: Packages overview for Grml Team
Note that these packages are no longer part of the grml-testing distribution.
To get the current version of any of these packages you must get them from Debian unstable instead. If this is a problem for you, please come to the grml mailing list.
Saturday, May 21. 2011
First Release candidate of Grml ... Posted by Christian Hofstaedtler in general at 11:00
We are proud to announce the first release canidate of the upcoming version 2011.05, code-named "Just Mari"!
For detailed information about the changes between 2010.12 and 2011.05 have a look at: http://grml.org/changelogs/README-grml-2011.05-rc1/
As usual we have different flavours available: the 32bit versions grml, grml-medium and grml-small as well as the 64bit versions grml64, grml64-medium and grml64-small.
Known issues can be found at: http://wiki.grml.org/doku.php?id=release_candidate
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.
Tuesday, April 19. 2011
Event: Grml at Linuxwochen Wien 2011 Posted by Christian Hofstaedtler in events at 19:38
The Grml project will be present with a booth at Linuxwochen Wien 2011 during May 5th to 7th.
If you're in Vienna and using Grml make sure to drop by!
Saturday, April 2. 2011
Grml kernels can't be installed with ... Posted by Christian Hofstaedtler in kernel at 20:26
dpkg 1.16.0 has entered Debian/unstable yesterday, and contains a change which currently prevents installation of Grml kernel packages. Quoting the changelog from dpkg version 1.16.0:
Do not allow versions starting with non-digit when doing strict parsing, warn otherwise.
We have opened a bug against dpkg (#620566) as we believe that the new behavior in dpkg is more strict than the current Debian policy.
Also, we are currently working on updated Grml kernel 2.6.38 packages providing a version number that won't cause problems with dpkg 1.16.0 in the meanwhile.
Update: Updated kernel packages which work around the dpkg bug have been uploaded to the grml-testing repository.
Sunday, March 20. 2011
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