> as a first result - I am happy to tell, that atheros drivers are
> working in gokhlayehs isos !!!!!
> Am Wed, 28 Dec 2011 19:32:59 +0100
> schrieb GoKhlaYeh <gokhlayeh@xxxxxxxxxx
> > Hi all,
> > I compiled a big part of SliTaz libre distro and pushed it here:
> > http://people.slitaz.org/~gokhlayeh/libre-develop/
> > Basically it uses last SliTaz cooking wok, but linux libre kernel as
> > default and doesn't ship proprietary packages/scripts. There are some
> > other tiny differences. Some packages may be
compiled using slighty
> > different recipes — but in thoses case I generally push the change
> > into SliTaz wok after validing them.
> > Also, it was compiled using tazwok 4.2.x and optimization flag -O2
> > instead of SliTaz default Os. O2 packages are slighty bigger but
> > faster. Not a big deal when targeting old hardware and better for
> > newer ones.
> > What I pushed online is a development version; I've to change &
> > improve various things before telling about it on forums. I share it
> > here in case you want to give it a try. Note that in iso, tazpkg uses
> > the default SliTaz mirror instead of the libre one and should be
> > reconfigured before use: 'tazpkg setup-mirror
> > http://people.slitaz.org/~gokhlayeh/libre-develop/packages
> > I plan to setup some place to explain why this version, sharing code
> > development specific to it, packages & eventually have a server
> > compiling it. Maybe we're going to do this with Martin Svenson.
> > The idea is to have a place were realize some of the propositions made
> > this year, without clashing with people who want to keep SliTaz as it
> > is. It includes:
> > - 100% libre distribution
> > - Cook & distributed with tazwok (possibly be used as a source-distro)
> > - Rolling release, having a stable & unstable branches all the time
> > Also, it's a way to go ahead to a release whatever happens with SliTaz
> > mainstream. Note that all shared code will b
e merged in SliTaz anyway,
> > and that once a server is setted up all dev who want so will be able
> > to contribute to libre specific code.
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