Slackware ARM -current supporterar officiellt Banana Pi!
"The current installation documentation focuses on installing on to an 2.5in SATA hard drive,
but alternative installation targets are welcome (please send a diff of the install document to MoZes@).
Support for the Banana Pi in the main line Kernel is currently limited to having the Banana Pi in headless mode,
but the Linux SUNXI team have plans to upstream more of the hardware support in 2015."
Daterat 2 Mars 2015.
10.0.17 Är en stabil (GA) utgåva, medans 10.1.3 är Beta.
Med GA menas, Inga kända allvarliga buggar. Inga buggfixar sedan senaste utgåvan som orsakat några anmärkningsvärda förändringar i koden. Vi tror att koden är klar för generellt bruk (baserat på flödet av bugg rapporter) etc etc..
Uppdateringar/Nytt i 10.0.17:
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