[Grml] Grml - new stable release 2012.05 available

Michael Whapples mwhapples at aim.com
Wed May 30 17:36:02 CEST 2012

Great news. Just a quick question, with the introduction of the small 
flavour again, where can I find out what is on the small or full ISOs? 
In particular I am interested whether the accessibility packages are in 
the small or just full? Also related to that is sound card support in 
the small flavour?

I guess speakup is as the modules are now part of the main kernel 
package, however I am unsure of brltty and espeakup being included.

Michael Whapples
On 29/05/2012 11:01, Michael Prokop wrote:
> Hi,
> we just released Grml 2012.05 - Ponyhof.
> Thanks for all the feedback we received for our 2011.12 release, we
> took it serious and hope that everyone finds 2012.05 such a
> wonderful release as we consider it to be.
> There were some changes between 2012.05-rc1 and the new stable
> release. The most important ones are:
> • Update to Kernel 3.3.7
> • Added sysstat (and imvirt-helper was pulled in as dependency)
> • Fixed Grub2, iPXE and MirOS bsd4grml boot options for 64bit ISO
> • Added wallpaper
> • Fixed lang boot option for grml-small flavour
> As you might notice the grml-small flavour came back. So it's two
> flavours (grml-full + grml-small) and two architectures (x86 +
> amd64) now. The grml96 option - which provides the x86 and the amd64
> version on one single ISO (grml96 = grml32 + grml64) - is available
> for your service as well.
> We want to thank all the people involved in this awesome release.
> The Grml Developers, our Contributors and all the other people
> involved in this release.
> More information is available in the release notes of Grml 2012.05:
>    http://grml.org/changelogs/README-grml-2012.05/
> Now download the latest Grml ISO and spread the word!
>    http://grml.org/download/
> regards,
> -mika-

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