All releases of Linux Memory Technology Device project

  •  04 Jul 2000 10:36
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    Release Notes: Kernel patches to make it easy to compile into both 2.2.16 and 2.4.0 kernels, new code for Common Flash Interface chips, Axis' Journalling Flash File System, lots and lots of code cleanups, and some documentation have all been added.

    •  31 Jan 2000 18:34
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      Release Notes: Updates to work with recent 2.3 kernels, removal of the byteorder workaround for broken byteorder macros, a Grub loader so that Grub can be loaded into the DiskOnChip, and a generated patch against 2.3.41.

      •  19 Jan 2000 14:48
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        Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, mostly bug fixes and code cleanups.

        •  26 Oct 1999 00:13
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          Release Notes: Ported to 2.3 kernels, and various bugfixes. NFTL support now appears to interoperate happily with M-Systems' own drivers for the DiskOnChip, and widespread testing of this would be useful.

          •  21 Aug 1999 19:09
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            Release Notes: First alpha-quality release of write support for NFTL, the flash filing system used on the DiskOnChip

            •  18 Aug 1999 00:20
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              Release Notes: This release adds support for checking ECC when reading the DiskOnChip, and now handles multiple DisksOnChip correctly. It also adds /proc support for listing the available devices, and a primitive MAKEDEV script. And of course the inevitable batch of code cleanups, this time intended to make the system easier to integrate with the Linux kernel for static compilation.

              •  10 Aug 1999 12:57
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                Release Notes: This release brings together the work that has been done by many people on the project. It adds preliminary support for Microsoft's FFS2 filesystem, and also for M-Systems' DiskOnChip2000 and NFTL (in read-only mode). This is a development release, intended to provide a common codebase from which developers can work, and bring together the proliferation of splinters which occurred over the last couple of years. M-Systems have now provided complete documentation for the DiskOnChip and the NFTL filesystem. Full support for these, including the new DiskOnChip Millennium, will be available shortly.

                •  02 Jul 1999 21:46
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                  Release Notes: Brought back the project from the dead, started a mailing list and put up the web site.

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