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1 Arch Linux ARM Release Changelog
2 ================================
3
4 === 2011.06 ===
5 The first official Arch Linux ARM release
6 First official armv7 release, alongside armv5te.
7 Linux kernel 2.6.38.2
8
9 === 2011.02 ===
10 Record number of packages, virtually all of which are directly from Arch Linux, with the exception of core packages
11 Linux kernel 2.6.37 with gzipped modules for a smaller size
12 All the latest updates, fixes, and features
13 One kernel for all devices, with working LEDs
14 NTFS support out-of-the-box with ntfs-3g pre-installed and ready to use
15 Coming soon: PlugUI, an easy-to-use web interface for your plug computer
16
17 === 1.1 ===
18 First release to be "autobuilt" for faster turnaround time
19 Includes latest packages and less customization/hacks
20 Kernel is now included in the default download and is upgraded much more easily
21 USB drives and SD cards are now automounted to /media by their labels
22
23 === 1.0.1 ===
24 Glibc and tzdata should no longer conflict
25 Packages upgraded and modified to be more "vanilla"
26
27 === 1.0 ===
28 Languages fixed (LC_* and other cosmetic errors fixed)
29 Compatible with TonidoPlug via USB boot
30 Compatible with Pogoplug
31 Fixed compiling issues
32 SSH is allowed by default in hosts.allow
33 Confirmed that networking works on DHCP networks
34
35 === 0.07 ===
36 Reverted to a working fstab, boots well
37 Mounting SD cards tested, works: "mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/mmc"
38 Can boot off an SD card (thanks IanJB)
39
40 === 0.06 ===
41 Modified fstab to attempt a fixed boot
42
43 === 0.05 ===
44 Makepkg now configured to make ARMv5TE binaries by default
45 Logins from the serial console allowed
46 Kernel headers from With-Linux can be installed by "pacman -Sy kernel-headers"
47 Dialog and some other packages updated
48 New /media/mmc directory so you can mount SD cards
49
50 === 0.01-0.04 ===
51 Preliminary development builds which were disastrous
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