Puppy will allow a user to communicate with a Topfield TF5000 or TF6000 PVRs via a USB port. ftpd-topfield provides a similar service via FTP.
A new release to implement a few requests from users. In particular, support for Ubuntu and for the USB accelerator firmware patch.
Since I no longer use a Topfield PVR, the changes in this release have not been tested.
The file release system has been updated to include the source to ftpd-topfield 0.7.4.
This release has an option to ignore CRC checksums during transfers. This feature together with a patch for the Topfield PVR firmware can be used to significantly speed up transfers.
The file release system has been updated to include the source to ftpd-topfield 0.6.7.
This release implements puppy compatible USB locking to prevent triggering Linux kernel bugs on some platforms.
The file release system has been updated to include the source to ftpd-topfield 0.6.6.
This release fixes a bug that prevented some USB transfers from working reliably for datagrams containing a multiple of 512 bytes.
puppy has received a few fixes to enable correct operation on 64 bit platforms. Success has been reported on amd64.
Version 1.12 of puppy will include these fixes when it is released. In the meantime, the CVS version should work for those who don't want to wait for the next release.
puppy 1.11 has been released and promoted to stable.
This release has seen a lot of testing and workarounds for Topfield USB implementation bugs.
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