Release Notes: LEAF Bering-uClibc 5.1 provides a new kernel (3.10.x), numerous package updates, and support for ARMv6 kernels (a.k.a., Raspberry Pi).
Release Notes: This release adds a kernel update to version 3.4.83 and package updates, including security and bug fixes. The new packages provided are heyu for X 10 automation and batctl, the B.A.T.M.A.N. advanced control and management tool.
Release Notes: Updates for the kernel, Tor, OpenSSL, Samba, Dropbear and ddclient. Security and speed improvements for OpenSSL/Dropbear. A new package batctl for open mesh networks, and small fixes for other packages.
Release Notes: This release provides the new ddclient package (which will replace ezipupdate), a curl security update, and a fix for the HD support package.
Release Notes: This release candidate provides package updates, a Linux 3.4.74 kernel, and does shorewall logging again with ulogd.
Release Notes: This beta version provides a major fix for an issue where the standard editor showed garbage on x86_64 images. A new boot logo (including CLI access and hardware tests during boot) has been added for ISO images. Of the usual package and kernel updates, the update of libusb (and addition of a libusb-compat package for packages relying on the old version) is the most visible one.
Release Notes: This release candidate provides a minor kernel update, and a few more packages have been updated to their latest upstream versions.
Release Notes: Bering-uClibc-5.0.1-beta1 provides major package updates, a kernel update to 3.4.53, a few fixes, minor improvements for the toolchain, and two new packages to support wireless Internet connections. A probably more important change of the packages will be the move from libnl to libnl3. Packages affected are hostapd, ipvsadm, keepalived, and kismet.
Release Notes: Changes from 5.0 release candidate 1 include updated packages, a minor kernel update, and new packages for iscsi and lua.
Release Notes: The 5.0 release candidate provides package and kernel updates as well as bugfixes (especially regarding updatetime and web configuration).