Although the elogind series v243 got its first release over a month ago, catastrophic events kept me from writing about it. Find information about the latest two releases now.
elogind Version 241.4 Release published The fourth release of the elogind-241 series, updated to systemd-stable commit 323cdf4d4d. Warning: It was reported that waking up from hibernation results in a kernel crash on at least one machine when run with a 5.3.x kernel. Kernels <5.3.0 are not affected. Fixes: cgroup-util: kill also live threads from zombie …
Page Contents1 Changes and additions2 Fixes3 List of current TODOs3.1 Porting:3.2 General issues:3.3 Important issues:3.4 Planned features: I am happy to announce, that the PrydeWorX C++ Library, pwxLib, got its Version 0.9.0 Release last weekend. It has been a while, almost 9 months, since the last release. But I wasn’t just busy with other projects, …
First service release of the 241 series published, fixing some nasty build and test issues.
elogind-241.1 is finally ABI compatible to libsystemd. From now on libelogind is a true drop-in replacement for most binary packages.
The PrydeWorX Library has now a new home and got its first release as a real library. Not everything is ported, yet, but is’s a start.
The elogind service releases v238.3 and v239.3 are published! Besides enhanced documentation, both releases come with various fixes and enhancements.
elogind-239.2 has been released. Listed here are all fixed issues, changes and additions.
First release of the elogind v239 series, and service releases v236.3 and v238.2 published.
Page Contents1 glibc-2.28 and statx2 meson-0.48 and the ‘debug’ keyword3 Hard-coded paths and /run symlinks4 When perception ends on diff boundaries4.1 How did this happen?5 Final result Yesterday has been “elogind Bug Fix Wednesday” for me, fixing issues on elogind. Originally I planned to work on my front page and my “About Me” page, but …