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: 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: Only one change since rc1 with the addition of the busybox watch applet. This release provides new packages like squid with IPv6 support, sshblacklist, reinstates asterisk, adds ClamAV and HAVP to build an antivirus proxy scanner, and updates packages to their latest upstream versions.
Release Notes: This release reinstates asterisk, adds SSH blacklisting, speeds up boot time, and has package updates to upstream and minor improvements.
Release Notes: This first release candidate of Bering-uClibc 4.1 provides support for hotplugging, dhcp with ipv6, and the usual update of shorewall to the latest upstream version.
Release Notes: Update to kernel v. 2.4.34. A lot of core applets (especially sed and init) have been replaced with their busybox 1.5pre counterparts. openntpd replaces rdate on the floppy image. There are small security fixes and usability improvements.
Release Notes: The most important changes since the last stable release are the update to a recent uClibc version and the introduction of a new package and configuration framework, which will significantly alleviate future package updates. Additionally, most of the core, basic, and additional packages have been updated to the current stable versions.
Release Notes: Upgrades were done for the Linux kernel (2.4.33), uClibc (0.9.28), busybox (1.2.1), and shorewall (3.2.2). The package management system was overhauled to use apkg instead of lrpkg.
Release Notes: Many packages are updated, based on Linux kernel 2.4.31. This release has started using a new Web-based interface for configuration. hfsc and connmark patches for iptables have been added.