Support for the Marvell SheevaPlug has just hit the FTP site!
The SheevaPlug installation guide for instructions to install Slackware onto your SheevaPlug.
The rest of ARMedslack is at release candidate 4, and after feedback
about the SheevaPlug support, I expect to release early at the end of May
or 1st week of June.
Today I have got Slackware ARM is running on the
I'm going to look at getting the installer working soon!
Updates almost ready to be uploaded!
And today Patrick Volkerding knighted ARMedslack as the official Slackware port to ARM!
The master ftp.armedslack.org is running again - thanks to Zen Internet for getting it back online.
I'm currently updating the KDE packages for Slackware 12.2 - there's not a lot left to bring
ARMedslack up to Slackware 12.2!
The ftp.armedslack.org master has been moved to ftp.slackware.org.uk until our own
server is fixed. Thanks to Darren Austin for hosting/mirroring the content.
Also I'm now back in gear upgrading packages so expect some updates next week!
ftp.armedslack.org is dead - will try to fix it in a couple of weeks from now! Please use a mirror.
Mirror admins - if you were mirroring from ftp.armedslack.org, this is not the master - pleae
contact me for details of the master server
Anyway, no updates for a few months anyway since I'm travelling - but I'll get
to it once I'm back! :-)
It's been quite some time since the last update on the web site.
The plan is to release armedslack-current as ARMedslack-12.1 (port of Slackware 12.1)
in its current form. I need to go through the documentation and bring it up to date
and do a few more tests installations.
Today I have GPG signed all packages for armedslack-11.0 and armedslack-current
with the new ARMedslack GPG key
After the release of ARMedslack 12.1, I plan to drop support for the RiscPC.
This isn't something I wanted to do, but the maintenance for the Kernel drivers
and so on simply isn't there and the interest in a port for the RiscPC is
very minimal (at least I don't get many people emailing me about it), so
I'd rather focus on providing support for ARM architectures that are maintained
such as the ARM Versatile inside QEMU (and the Castle Iyonix, when a Linux 2.6