Release Notes: This release is based on a recent kernel with longterm support (3.4.x), supports X86 CPUs (with 32-bit and 64-bit images), and starts to provide support for other CPU architectures. A basic ARM version and Raspberry Pi support are available in the repositories. Some packages has been moved into the core, and most others have been updated to their latest upstream version.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release providing fixes for OpenSSL. It adds more SUN ethernet drivers and package updates for Quagga, OpenVPN, and Tor.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release fixing a major flaw in dnsmasq.
Release Notes: This maintenance update provides fixes for apkg, lrcfg.backup, Openswan, and sorting of Ethernet interfaces in webconf. A regulatory database file for wireless drivers has been added to the kernel. dnsmasq and lmsensors packages have been updated to the latest upstream versions.
Release Notes: Stable version 4.3.1 adds a new package with support for naming network interfaces (nameif/bbnameif). Other changes are updates for tor and dnsmasq, and fixes for iproute and ulogd.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release providing package updates for tor and dnsmasq and fixes for ipset and ulogd (including MySQL support).
Release Notes: The highlights of this release are automatic loading of pre-requisite packages, an upgrade of BusyBox to 1.20.2, dnsmasq supporting dhcpd6 and router advertisements, various other new upstream versions, improved boot support for USB devices, and support for Apple Filing Protocol through netatalk.
Release Notes: This release adds the long-awaited Package Dependency Auto-Loading enhancement, support for the Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) server, the NDP Proxy Daemon, and an update of dnsmasq to the latest version, with dhcpd6 and router advertisement features.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release providing package updates and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds new upstream versions for packages, adds libiconv, fixes a few minor bugs and annoyances, and improves hardware autodetection.