All releases of Embedded Slackware

  •  25 Aug 2009 01:51
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    Release Notes: The package contains files and tools for automatic creation of embedded filesystems, tailored for the easy creation of 32MB to 1024MB+ bootable flash devices. It includes many utilities, and supports pc104 (S)VGA boards and serial boards. The full distribution includes 17 archives for easy download (base tools + 4 additional archives for each supported architecture (i486/pxa255) and uClibc based architectures). Minimally, the base and i486a or pxa255a archives are required. The b, c, and d archives are highly recommended.

    •  24 Sep 2008 08:38
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      Release Notes: BusyBox was upgraded to version 1.11.0. The boot scripts were upgraded. The new makeCF -u option allows the inclusion of the uClibc libraries without also automatically switching to BusyBox binaries. The Linux 2.6 kernel was upgraded to 2.6.24 and the 2.4 kernel was upgraded to 2.4.36. The alternate libc libraries were upgraded to 2.7. Wine was upgraded to 0.9.5.5. xfce 4.2 was added as an alternate desktop to the default wmx window manager. Additionally, support was included for 2 LCD handheld screens, pixil 1.23 or opie 1.20. Dosemu was upgraded to 1.4.0. The minimum filesystem that can be produced is now about 25MB; the maximum is over 1GB.

      •  31 Mar 2007 20:08
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        Release Notes: This update includes 2.4.34 and 2.6.20 embedded kernels. 44 easy-to-use burn scripts and runtime configurations are available. The distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution. The complete SDK consists of 5 base archives each for i486, uclibc_i486, pxa255, and uclibc_pxa255 architectures. Additional archives are also available for gcc, Wine, and Opie/Pixil LCD desktops.

        •  24 Oct 2006 05:19
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          Release Notes: This update includes 2.4.33 and 2.6.18 embedded kernels with built-in framebuffer graphics support. The 2.6 kernel now has preemption enabled. Some missing linker files in the i486 gcc tools were fixed. Fast turn-around is supported with 28 easy-to-use burn scripts for various popular flash configurations.

          •  04 Sep 2006 22:35
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            Release Notes: Update includes 2.4.33 and 2.6.17.11 embedded kernels with built-in framebuffer graphics support. The 2.6.17.11 kernel now has preemption enabled. This release fixes a missing linker file in the i486 gcc tools. The SDK provides fast turn-around with 23 easy burn scripts for various configurations. The distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution that consists of (4 each) i486, uclibc_i486, Arm pxa250, and Arm uclibc_pxa250 archive sets. To complete the full i486 SDK, you might also be interested in the i486 b, c, and d archives available on the site.

            •  27 Aug 2006 08:35
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              Release Notes: This release includes 2.4.33 and 2.6.17.8 kernels and optional Tiny-X Server. It includes choices of BusyBox-1.2.0, glibc-2.3.4 or 2.3.5 Slackware lib/bins, and uClibc-0.9.28 libs/bins. The focus is on fast, reliable compact flash production, with 23 burn configuration dependent scripts. The distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution, which consists of (5) i486, (4) uclibc_i486, (4) Arm pxa25X archives, and (4) Arm uclibc_pxa25X archives. To complete the full i486 SDK, you might be interested in downloading parts b, c, and d.

              •  24 Jul 2006 21:46
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                Release Notes: This release includes 2.4.33 and 2.6.9 kernels with built-in framebuffer graphics or optionally a Tiny-X Server. BusyBox binaries have been upgraded to v1.2.0. The SDK's directory structure was reorganized for easier use. Focus is fast reliable turn-around, with 19 burn configuration dependent easy-to-use scripts. Distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution, which consists of 3 i486, 4 uclibc_i486, and 4 Arm pxa250 archives. To complete the full i486 SDK, you might be interested in downloading parts b and c, available at the home site.

                •  30 Apr 2006 06:42
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                  Release Notes: This is a maintenance release which rearranges all Linux service log files, normally in /var/log, and reroutes them to RAM. An option remains to keep logs in Flash for debugging purposes. Linux 2.4.31 and 2.6.9 embedded kernels, uClibc 0.9.28, and BusyBox 1.1.1 are included. The SDK provides fast turn-around with 17 easy-to-use burn scripts. The distribution archive is a i486 working subset of the full distribution which includes i486, uclibc_i486, and Arm pxa250 archives.

                  •  31 Mar 2006 22:12
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                    Release Notes: This release includes 2.4.31 and 2.6.9 embedded kernels and built-in framebuffer graphics support. It introduces a redesign of the documentation and support for uClibc-0.9.28 and BusyBox 1.1.1 binaries. The SDK is designed for fast turn-around with 17 easy-to-use burn scripts, supporting various popular Compact Flash burn configurations. The distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution, which consists of (4) i486, (4) uclibc_i486, and (4) Arm pxa250 archives. To complete the i486 SDK, you might be interested in the part b and c archives, available on the home page.

                    •  31 Dec 2005 05:58
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                      Release Notes: The embedded kernels were upgraded to 2.4.31 and 2.6.9. Built-in framebuffer graphics support was included. A sample desktop with apps and demos was included to illustrate framebuffer access using libSDL. It is now possible to create an i486 Linux 2.6.9 GUI bootable filesystem in less than 32MB and a text only filesystem in less than 27MB. This distribution is a i486 working subset of the full distribution, which consists of four i486 and four ARM PXA250 archives.

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