Release Notes: This release is the first release with David Howells' FRV/memory management updates. It has been tested and is working on the more common targets. All the changes are in CVS for those using it.
Release Notes: Some improvements were made to the build framework and a few new targets were added. Some older, duplicated, or deprecated applications were removed. This release contains Linux 2.6.11-uc0, Linux 2.4.29-uc1, Linux 2.0.39-uc2, uClibc 0.9.27, glibc 2.2.5, busybox 1.00, and many other application packages. As a test release, there are still a few bugs remaining.
Release Notes: This release contained Linux 2.6.9, Linux 2.4.27, Linux 2.0.39, uClibc 0.9.26, glibc 2.2.5, busybox 1.00, and lots of applications.
Release Notes: This release included a large number of updates due to a sync up with the SnapGear Linux kernel. Most notably, this resulted in FASS support, more targets, and 2.4.29 updates to serial drivers. The m68knommu, armnommu, ARM, and SH platforms are working but IPv6 support is broken and needs some more diffing and merging to bring the USAGI IPv6 support up to the 2.4.29 level.
Release Notes: This test release included Linux 2.6.9, Linux 2.4.27, Linux-2.0.39, uClibc 0.9.26, glibc 2.2.5, busybox 1.00, and much more.
Release Notes: This release added support for the new Freescale 5274/5275 CPUs and the M5275EVB board. There were also quite a few cleanups and fixes.
Release Notes: This release was synced with the latest SnapGear Linux kernel and added Cirrus ARM platform support. A few cleanups were added from the uClinux-test distribution.
Release Notes: This release features the latest 2.4 release kernel, USAGI IPv6 support, lots of new ARM platforms supported, bridging, netfilter, and numerous fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Support for the new Motorola Freescale 5270/5271 CPUs. MMU-less ARM support has been integrated. This release has the latest kernel version and a few minor fixes.
Release Notes: This release uses the 2.6.7 kernel, has more Feith hardware support, stops the 5282 pit timer from going backwards, fixes a PHY race condition in the FEC driver, and fixes the OOM killer for non-MMU configurations.