Fatdog64-700 Release Notes

Fatdog64-700 was released on 22 February 2015.

Fatdog64-700 is first release of Fatdog64 700 series, a new major series of Fatdog64 Linux, replacing the venerable Fatdog64-600 (whose last release was 631). This is the first official release of Fatdog64-700, after a series of test releases (alpha1, beta1, beta2, rc) over the course of over 6 months.

Rebuilt from the ground up, Fatdog64 is now based on LFS (Linux From Scratch) and BLFS (Beyond LFS). The base of Fatdog64-700 is based on LFS 7.5 (the latest when the first alpha of 700 was released); this final release have many packages updated to the later or latest BLFS packages.

For new users:

Changes from Fatdog64 631:


New features:

and numerous bug fixes and fine tunings.

Major contributor in this release is L18L who has worked tirelessly to make Fatdog64 more usable for non-English users (Fatdog64-600 series was strictly English-only).

For beta testers:

Changes from 700rc:


New Features:

Special thanks to SFR and all our testers during alpha, beta1, beta2 and rc stages.

For earlier releases, see here: Fatdog64 631 Fatdog64 630 Fatdog64 621 Fatdog64 620 Fatdog64 611 Fatdog64 610 Fatdog64 601 Fatdog64 600 Fatdog64 521 Fatdog64 520