Thanks to Michael Iatrou. Requested by Zack Smith.
Upgraded to Linux 2. Thanks, Seb! Oh, and yes I did see 2. Upgraded to alsa-driver To be consistent, bumped the build number on all of the 2. Thanks to Andrea for building the 2. Updated most of the binaries on the installer, but not busybox. Fixed module probing to work with 2. Thanks to JaguarWan and Olivier Goffart. Changed version number but little else yet in initial email. Thanks to Willy Sudiarto Raharjo. Updated comments and removed obsolete options in udev. Suggested by Cal Peake. Suggested by Piotr Simon. Thanks to Michael Iatrou for the suggestion.
Thanks to Bernd Noessler for letting me know about this -- freshmeat. Added RAR support to lesspipe. Thanks to Manolis Tzanidakis. Thanks to Michiel Broek for the hint about using a login shell. I hope he doesn't find the other ones! Thanks to Dirk Mueller for the patch. Thanks to Tomasz Luczak for the bug report. Thanks to Mircea Baciu for pointing out this possibility. Note: Upgrading the devs package while running udev will NOT work. Thanks to Scott J.
Added a warning in rc. S that if you make an rc. Don't try to start udev if sysfs and tmpfs are not in the kernel. Thanks to Gunnar Florus Johansen.
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Suggested by grk wng and Jesper Juhl. Thanks to Daniil Bratashov for the initial SlackBuild script. Thanks to Nikos Skalkotos for the bug report. Updated the rc. Added locking to cdrom-symlinks. Fixed bugs in rc. Upgraded to tftp Thanks to Udo A. No wonder the boot time didn't seem faster! M to make them. Added support to rc. K and rc. Thanks to Robert Boucher for the idea.
Rob McGee and others have made similar requests before Or, you could run a 2. Thanks to Gianluca Varisco for pointing out the new release. Thanks to Fred Emmott. Upgraded libmm to 1. Reverted to CUPS libraries from 1. Reported by Willy Sudiarto Raharjo.
Looks like libmm was split out of the Apache package just in time. Thomas also mentioned a workaround -- editing cupsd. Thanks to Leandro Toledo. Thanks to Robert Easter for the suggestion. That's what I get for trying to patch 8. Thanks to Sergio A. Thanks to David Somero for pointing out this file. Suggested by Janusz Dziemidowicz. Thanks to Janusz Dziemidowicz. Thanks to Georgi Chorbadzhiyski for the patch.
Thanks to Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi for pointing out these patches. Thanks to Menno Duursma for the fix. Thanks to Fabiano Caixeta Duarte for a pointer to the patch. Thanks to Keith McGavin for pointing this out. This change restores the mouse options used in Slackware Thanks to James W. Laferriere and Gianluca Varisco for pointing this out. Thanks to Gianluca Varisco for suggesting this upgrade.
Thanks to many who noticed this mistake. Laferriere for suggesting this upgrade. There are a few reports that the newest udev is not friendly to some systems. Well, that's progress for you -- it isn't always a smooth journey. Be aware that new kernels will soon require the latest udev, though Thanks again to Andrea Volkerding for building the 2. Please make sure to move all the.
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Suggested by Willy Sudiarto Raharjo. Suggested by Rene Huber. Thanks to Luis for the patch. Thanks to Eric Hameleers for the encouragement. Thanks to Seb. Meunier for the bug report and patch link. The PHP 4. Thanks to C Johnson for pointing out that there was a new official patch.
Thanks to steveo for noticing that this was missing from the ChangeLog. S and rc. Thanks to Bradley Reed. Please test quickly. From the gnupg Thanks to Ricardson Williams. Merged some more LVM fixes into rc. Thanks to Richard Fuller for the bug report. Upgraded to the latest rescan-scsi-bus script. Thanks to Mircea Baciu for pointing it out. Use "tac" to deactivate LVM partitions in reverse order. Thanks to Luigi Genoni.
Make sure usbfs gets mounted if it's in the kernel but hotplug is not used. M sees an executable rc. Thanks to Christopher Linnet.