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  •  24 Dec 2005 16:16
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    Release Notes: The necessary installer rewrite has been done to include support for u/dev. The 2.2 series includes a fully modular kernel, support for C++ cross compilation and powerpc64 and mips64, as well as a lot updates and changes under the hood. Approximately 3,198 updates have performed, 913 issues fixed, and 141 improvements worked out.

    •  04 Nov 2005 18:09
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      Release Notes: This release includes general bugfixes and minor (but important) updates. The most notable are: GCC 3.4.4, Abiword 2.2.11, gnumeric 1.6.0, Samba 3.0.20b, and Apache 2.0.55.

      •  19 Sep 2005 03:04
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        Release Notes: This release candidate includes general bugfixes and minor (but important) updates, most notably OpenOffice 1.9-m123, Mono 1.1.8.3, bdb 4.3.28, KDE 3.4.2, and Gnome 2.10.2.

        •  10 Aug 2005 04:39
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          Release Notes: This release includes major bugfixes and many harmless updates. The most notable updates are Linux kernel 2.6.11.12, glibc 2.3.5, OpenOffice.org 1.9-m104, wx 2.6.1.0, Mono 1.1.8.2, XFCE 4.2.2, KDE 3.4.1, and GNOME 2.10.1.

          •  21 Jun 2005 08:57
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            Release Notes: About 152 packages were updated, including Linux 2.4.31 and Linux 2.6.11.10. 146 issues were fixed. The release includes enhanced Java support, including Kaffee and Jikes. Automatic dependency and installed files detection was improved. Other package updates include Subversion (1.2.0), nvidia (1.0-7174), and Apache (2.0.54). Acroread (7.0) was added.

            •  14 Apr 2005 07:50
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              Release Notes: The release included support for the SuperH CPU family as well as enhanced AMD64 and x86-64 support. There were also many improvements for cross compiling, including a new embedded target as a solid base for industrial products, and support for squashfs and unionfs. KDE 3.4.0, GNOME 2.10.0, XFCE 4.2.1, and Enlightenment 17 (2005-03-29) were included along with Linux 2.6.11.7. 910 package updates were made.

              •  19 Feb 2005 11:35
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                Release Notes: The release includes full uClibc support (which builds with far more packages than dietlibc), parallel build support for make and scons, and support for x86-64. ccache support now works more reliably with recent ccache releases. SPARC64 support was improved, bash 3 was fixed significantly, various bootdisk creation and file layout improvements were made, wide ncurses was added, and the nVidia binary-only driver now really does get installed. The numerous package updates included Linux 2.6.10, Linux 2.4.29, and a migration to aspell 0.60. Development tools for the Atmel AVR were included.

                •  28 Dec 2004 08:55
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                  Release Notes: The release included more ROCK to T2 naming transitions, including a renaming of the internally used toolchain directory from ROCK to TOOLCHAIN, fixes for findutils, and enhanced X.org Radeon support (especially on PowerPC). The command wrapper code was significantly restructured so that ccache works more reliably, akibg wutg general ccache fixes and basic distcc support. Download URLs can now be marked as "no mirror". There were also many updates, including mplayer, xine, PHP, Samba, shadow, xpdf, GTK+ 2.6.0, and F FreeType 2.1.7.

                  •  15 Dec 2004 20:00
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                    Release Notes: This release includes updates to Gnome 2.8.2 and KDE 3.3.2, as well as updates in the toolchain and many other packages.

                    •  27 May 2004 02:50
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                      Release Notes: dRock 2.0.1 is based uppon the current 2.0.1 ROCK Linux release. It features the same security and maintenance updates including improved SPARC and PowerPC support, as well as the build fixes for SuSE, Red Hat, etc.

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