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tinycore_2.3RC1
« on: August 15, 2009, 12:12:57 PM »
The First Release Candidate of v2.3 (tinycore_2.3RC1.iso), is now posted and ready for testing.
http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/tinycorelinux/2.x/release_candidates/

Change log for v2.3 Release Candidate 1

* New appsaudit GUI. Reporting tool for your PPR with marked for deletion extension and unencumbered dependencies.
* New tce-audit command line script engine for appsaudit.
* Updated rc.shutdown to delete "marked" extensions.
* Upgraded busybox to 1.14.3 with new taskset, timeout, mksfs.vfat & acpid applets.
* Implemented busybox.conf for user umount, ping, passwd.
* Updated tc-terminal-server to support microcore image.
* Updated tce2tcz.sh to use squashfs
* Updated xsetup.sh to remove the xorg.conf requirement to support confless.
* Updated tc-config, moved dhcp to after restore to support firmware extensions.

Files likely in your backup or persistent store that have changed:
.jwmrc                   
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Re: tinycore_2.3RC1
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2009, 02:31:31 PM »
The First Release Candidate of v2.3 (tinycore_2.3RC1.iso), is now posted and ready for testing.
http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/tinycorelinux/2.x/release_candidates/

Change log for v2.3 Release Candidate 1

* Upgraded busybox to 1.14.3 with new taskset, timeout, mksfs.vfat & acpid applets.

Files likely in your backup or persistent store that have changed:
.jwmrc                  
What are busybox acpi applets? How do they relate to acpi and acpid extensions if at all?
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Re: tinycore_2.3RC1
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2009, 03:12:56 PM »
They are being withdrawn in favor of the full version extension.
Release Candidates are just that a chance for some things to be tried.
What is found in an RC may not be in the final.
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