Back in the paleozoic era, during the migration from PHP 4 to PHP 5, we switched to Squirrelmail's development branch out of necessity. Now many years later, this is no longer a problem. In keeping with Arch general best practices, we are switching to the stable 1.4.x series in [extra]. If you have input for us to consider in finalizing this decision, please let me know. If no new issues come to light, squirrelmail 1.4.16-1, now appearing in [testing], will be moved to [extra] in about a week. Paul
Last night, kernel26 2.6.27-2 has been moved from testing to core. This upgrade seems to be pretty smooth, so don't expect many problems. - Watchdog drivers have been enabled as modules. - MSI/MSI-X is now activated. If your system fails to boot or some PCI devices don't work, add pci=nomsi to your kernel commandline (http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=56940) - The ipw3945 driver doesn't compile anymore. It's probably easy to patch, but we'll stop maintaining it anyway. Please use iwl3945 or compile the driver yourself (the latest PKGBUILD and patches can be found at http://repos.archlinux.org/viewvc.cgi/ipw3945/trunk/) If any other problems occur, please use the bugtracker or the arch-general mailing list as usual.
Due to a limitation in pacman's conflict checking and symbolic link resolution, the upgrade to klibc-1.5.14-1 requires manual removal of a symbolic link befole updating. Please run the command "rm /usr/lib/klibc/include/asm" as root to remove the symbolic link that will otherwise cause a few hundred false file conflicts.