Slackware ChangeLog: September 28th

Here is the latest update to the Slackware-current changelog:

Thu Sep 28 03:33:49 CDT 2006
ap/vorbis-tools-1.1.1-i486-3.tgz: Fixed UTF8 support.
Thanks to Igor Pashev for providing a simple patch from Gene Pavlovsky.
kernels/huge26.s/*: Added support for USB and IEEE1394 storage devices.
kernels/test26.s/*: Added support for USB and IEEE1394 storage devices.
Thanks to Tais M. Hansen for pointing out that these kernels lacked support
for USB storage devices. Using these kernels with udev may cause a few
warnings at boot time as udev attempts to load the already built-in support,
but these seem to be harmless.
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3 Responses to Slackware ChangeLog: September 28th

  1. Every day i come and look to see if 11.0 is released everday its same thing another patch or release when is this thing ever gonna get done.

  2. dosnlinux says:

    Same here, that’s why I’ve decided to upgrade to slackware-current.for now 😉

  3. tyler says:

    Well, we gotta be getting real, real close to a release now. Just think of it like this, the longer it takes, the better 11.0 will be. 🙂 That’s what keeps me going. Patrick is just watching out for us. 😉

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