LinuxAPUS 2.4.20 kernel binaries were released on 14/Dec/2002. Try these and please give feedback in the
<a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=5907">File list</a>
A short-term FAQ has been added. This will
give info to people until the fancier autoFAQ
can be restored. All entries will be archived
for future usage (unlike before when they all got
Finally come around to converting my Debian packages and putting them up. :)
Enjoy, feedback appreciated!
SorceForge will stop providing FTP space for projects and we've been asked to remove what was there.
Everything will be available from File Releases on the Project Page or from our HTTP space at http://linux-apus.sf.net .
See the changelog/CVS for more
info, lots of recent fixes and
As those who submitted a support request may have noticed, those requests are hardly ever replied to. Therefore, I have decided to close the support tracker.
If you have a user question, post to the linux-apus-user list. If you have a technical problem, post to the linux-apus-devel list or submit a bug.
The most important stuff should be fixed, please read the changelog.
New versions of packages which need updating for 2.4 kernels are available at:
No major APUS specific changes this time - read Linus' changelog if you want to find out if you should upgrade. :)
The summary says it all, please read the changelog.
Please read the changelog, the bottom line is: PCI should work again, virgefb can set modes now and about every driver for Amiga hardware is built into the kernel or as a module.
- added news and project area overviews (new SourceForge features)
- the dimensions aren't fixed anymore
Plus the usual cleanups, fixes etc.
All the main files should now be available from the file modules. I have organized the modules and given them the correct dates.
Almost everything in the FTP area is in obsolete/, because it shouldn't be needed (at least there) anymore.
Please post to the devel list if I made a mistake,
There is now an installer ramdisk for LinuxPPC 2000
Please be patient while we are building up everything.
We are always looking for developers, so if you have a PowerPC powered Amiga and are interested in Linux, please consider helping.