Release Notes: A major upgrade for the window manager (swm is replaced by jwm). Significant improvements to calctool and the links browser. Sed has been upgraded to the full version. The overall size of the distribution has been reduced.
Release Notes: The kernel has been upgraded to 2.2.26. Busybox has been upgraded to 1.01. PCMCIA IDE and CF capabilities have been added. New modules have been compiled.
Release Notes: Major improvements were made to X. AbiWord, Sylpheed, and Xfreecell now work. More space is available in the loop file.
Release Notes: The new FD version boots from two floppy disks. It includes all the features of the HD version, including the X11 applications. The FD version runs in a ramdisk and can (optionally) be installed to the hard drive with LILO.
Release Notes: Several enhancements for old laptops, including PCMCIA capability and MagicPoint (similar to PowerPoint).
Release Notes: The BasicLinux footprint has been reduced. It now runs on a 386 with 3mb RAM. A comm program and a Web server have been added. The Web browser and email client have been significantly improved. A slim X server has been added with swm, rxvt, xli, and calctool.
Release Notes: This release is compatible with Slackware 7.1 and includes a new kernel, new libraries, new versions of busybox and links, and new mail and DHCP clients. There are also new installation scripts for both FD and HD.
Release Notes: In this version, vgalib and VGA programs have been added, and GIF display capability have been added to browser. The old PPP dialer (chat) has been replaced, the delete capability has been added to the mail inbox, and the hotlist has been updated.
Release Notes: This release has a mail reader, an SMTP client, syslogd, major improvements to the editor, and minor improvements to the documentation.
Release Notes: A new ability to install to permanent ext2 partition, ability to install standard Slackware packages, file transfers between BasicLinux computers, several new binaries, and upgrades to old binaries.