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Posted: May 16 2006,04:53 QUOTE

Change Log for DSL v2.4
1. 64 cloops for UCI extensions.
2. "User"-less UCI now fully supported.
3. Added Tiny C compiler, tcc
4. Added rsync
5. Added Lua cgi library, cgi.lua with sample test.html/test.lua
6. New updated Ted wordprocessor with help from Ted's author.
7. New updated ndiswrapper v1.14.
8. Improved dmix and sound features, dual channel and save settings.
9. Improved man program - now uses Netrik text browser for display.
10. Adjustment in .xinitrc to better support foreign language keyboards.
11. More cleanup for space savings to accomodate upgraded software.

Robert and I hope you enjoy it!
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andrewb Offline

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Posted: May 16 2006,05:38 QUOTE

Which files need to be updated to make the upgrade to 2.4?
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Posted: May 16 2006,06:41 QUOTE

The only local file which might be involved in your backup is .xinitrc. But the change is only for non-US keyboards.
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Posted: May 16 2006,10:58 QUOTE

I have a flash drive frugal install of v2.3, and wondered what the easiest way is, to upgrade it to 2.4? Can I just use the "install to pen drive" entry in the menu and choose the 'upgrade' and 'from Web' options, or is there a 'better' way?

Many thanks - great job as always :) (Good to see rsync included in the new version!)

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Posted: May 16 2006,12:05 QUOTE

I usually just d/l the iso and unpack it and replace the KNOPPIX image and maybe minirt.gz and linux24.

After getting the iso just do a

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mount dsl-2.4.iso /mnt/test -o loop

You'll find the iso unpacked in /mnt/test. Replace the files on your flash drive and you're upgraded!

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