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Old 03-11-2003, 10:22 PM   #1
finegan
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Slackware 9.0 rc-2!


Mon Mar 10 16:20:39 PST 2003
isolinux/isolinux.cfg: Fixed xfs.i boot option (thanks to Chris Willing).
rootdisks/install.*, isolinux/initrd.img: Upgraded to dialog-0.9b-20030308.
kernels/speakup.i/*, bootdisks/speakup.i: Recompiled using the latest
Speakup code from CVS.
a/aaa_base-9.0.0-noarch-1.tgz: Updated initial email.
a/hotplug-2002_08_26-noarch-5.tgz: Added e100 module to the blacklist so
that it won't try to load on top of an already loaded eepro100 module.
a/pkgtools-9.0.0-i386-1.tgz: Upgraded to dialog-0.9b-20030308.
Fixed missing xwmconfig manpage (thanks to Mark Post).
+--------------------------+
Sun Mar 9 23:49:43 PST 2003
Slackware 9.0-rc2 is released for testing.
bootdisks/: Regenerated bootdisks from new kernels.
rootdisks/install.*, isolinux/initrd.img: Modified /sbin/probe to handle
installing to a prepared software RAID array (type Linux RAID autodetect).
Thanks to Gaston Dassieu Blanchet for the patch.
rootdisks/pcmcia.dsk, network.dsk: Recompiled kernel modules.
extra/db-4.1.25/db4-4.1.25-i386-1.tgz: Added db-4.1.25.
extra/iproute2-2.4.7-now-ss020116-try/iproute2-2.4.7_now_ss020116_try-i386-4.tgz:
Recompiled against the fixed libdb3.



One of those Items was aaa_base... that means it ain't long now!

Cheers,

Finegan
 
Old 03-12-2003, 12:19 PM   #2
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That is such a relief, I have been poking and proding the internet looking for some type of gossip on when the new slackware will be released, and you are right, it shouldn't be long.
 
Old 03-13-2003, 12:17 AM   #3
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I found a cool little rsync script that checks for updates, downloads all the changed packages, backs up the changed packages and makes an iso over at Ars kung-fu the other day. I call it updslack.sh.
 
  


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