Release Notes: This release updates numerous package configurations and adds 'xz' source archive support in the build scripts to support these updates. DOS package updates include new UIDE drivers, and Linux package updates include various prerequisites for building toolchains and improved kernel settings for EeePC framebuffer support.
Release Notes: This release adds a 'root' group and user, and updates the uClibc configuration suitable for installing and running the OpenSSH server and client as outlined in the latest dunedlin.wordpress.com article.
Release Notes: This release is a next-generation set of scripts and matching configurations, now including the ability to build FreeDOS floppies and the v3 kernel and userland described at dunedlin.wordpress.com.
Release Notes: This release updates the busybox, grep, gzip, and syslinux Makefiles to build more recent versions. The download URLs were updated where they had become obsolete.
Release Notes: This is another minor tcdev release. The busybox version was brought up-to-date and the toolchain build was tweaked.
Release Notes: This is a minor update, primarily sanitising the build scripts. The e2fsprogs, nasm, patch, and syslinux versions used were updated.
Release Notes: This 'tcdev' release updates the toolchains used. The majority of changes continue sanitizing the build and install procedures. The version of 'mawk' was updated to v1.3.3-20090712.
Release Notes: This release obsoletes 0.8.0-4 and 0.9.5-4. The primary focus of the changes is updating the "egp" package manager script to cope with popular new versions of "tar". Some small changes were also made to the coreutils, sed, kernel headers, and compiler build scripts for consistency.
Release Notes: This tcdev release builds on versions 0.8.0-3 and 0.9.5-3. Bugs found in the bzip2, findutils, and gzip build scripts were isolated and fixed.
Release Notes: This release builds on 0.8.0-2 and 0.9.5-2. Generation of "ldd" for the toolchains was introduced and building of packages and chroot environments was sanitized to eliminate conflict between the two.