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  •  22 Mar 2004 00:49

Release Notes: The sendlogs section was updated to include selected syslog entry reduction. A backup-to-disk script was added to support both local and remote NFS or SAMBA backups to hard drives. A wget command was added to download a local IANA list. All URLs that pointed to were updated or deleted.

  •  11 Jul 2003 20:27

Release Notes: An update to the kernel compiling script "build-it", installation of OpenSSH to TrinityOS and deprecation of the use of code (though instructions are still present), updated thoughts on RPM hell (it's not that bad now) and patch/errata support, and other bugfixes.

  •  12 Jan 2003 23:32

Release Notes: This release adds a subsection about what happens when a MASTER DNS server becomes unavailable for a long term, updates the internal DNS server's named.conf file to filter "lame server" log messages, significantly updates the Sendmail section to reflect multiple forms of backup SMTP servers, and other changes.

  •  21 Oct 2002 06:30

Release Notes: This release adds a Serial Terminal server section that has telnet to serial port and reverse telnet, includes serial console support, updates the DNS section to be easier to read, updates various daemon versions, etc., and updates the PPTP section.

  •  04 May 2002 04:18

Release Notes: Lots of updates, including an updated file that removes ORBS and adds SpamCop, DSBL, and Osirusoft. New sections on setting up a PPTP client and allow supporting PPTP pass-through on a MASQ server were added, was updated, as was the 'Distro thoughts' section.

  •  16 Aug 2001 14:05

Release Notes: More updates and changes.

  •  07 Mar 2001 06:30

Release Notes: Support for Bind 9.1.0, errata for the IPCHAINS ruleset, updates to the root-hints DNS update script, and updates to the TrinityOS-security scripts.


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