Slackwarearm-14.2 ChangeLog (2016-07-01)

Fri Jul 1 18:19:20 UTC 2016

Slackware 14.2 ARM (soft float) stable is released!

Patrick's message from the x86 upstream
The long development cycle (the Linux community has lately been living in
“interesting times”, as they say) is finally behind us, and we're proud to
announce the release of Slackware 14.2. The new release brings many updates
and modern tools, has switched from udev to eudev (no systemd), and adds
well over a hundred new packages to the system. Thanks to the team, the
upstream developers, the dedicated Slackware community, and everyone else
who pitched in to help make this release a reality.

Stuart's message for Slackware ARM

As announced recently, development of Slackware ARM has now officially ceased.

Support for this 14.2 release will continue for the foreseeable future - there
are no plans to sunset it yet. Any such plans will be communicated at least 4-6
months in advance.

I've enjoyed working on the port for over ten years, and it's been a pleasure
seeing a community form around the work I've done.

Thanks to those of you who donated to the project - I have never met any of you
and I appreciate the gestures when there was no requirement to do so.

I am quietly and slowly working on a hard float port. If I get it to a state
where it's worthy of release and I believe that I can maintain it, it will take
over the source tree “slackwarearm-current”.

Enjoy this release and thanks again for your kind comments.

Stuart Winter, Surrey, England.
June 2016.

Fri Jul 1 03:04:05 UTC 2016

  • a/kernel-modules-armv5-4.4.14_armv5-arm-2.txz
    This package contains a fixed version of the eCryptfs kernel module.
  • a/kernel-modules-armv7-4.4.14_armv7-arm-2.txz
    This package contains a fixed version of the eCryptfs kernel module.
  • a/kernel_armv5-4.4.14-arm-2.txz
  • a/kernel_armv7-4.4.14-arm-2.txz
  • k/kernel-source-4.4.14-arm-2.txz
  • a/sysklogd-1.5.1-arm-2.txz
    Add a new -c option to disable suppression of repeated messages, which helps
    log parsing tools such as fail2ban work better.
  • ap/at-3.1.19-arm-2.txz
    Removed broken at_deny.5 man page symlink.
  • isolinux/*
  • kernels/*
  • news/2016/07/01/slackwarearm-14.2-changelog.txt
  • Last modified: 6 years ago
  • by Giuseppe Di Terlizzi