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authorLibravatarUnit 193 <unit193@ubuntu.com>2019-07-17 23:20:14 -0400
committerLibravatarUnit 193 <unit193@ubuntu.com>2019-07-17 23:20:14 -0400
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New upstream version 3.0.35-1upstream/3.0.35-1
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+Version: 3.0.35
+Patch: 00
+Date: 2019-07-15
+New version. Bug fixes, updates.
+1. Issue #185 exposed a small long standing bug in ram max module size logic.
+Was not retaining the value each loop iteration, which could lead to way off
+max module size guesses. Note that this could lead to a VERY wrong max module size
+2. Issue #185 also exposed a rarely seen undefined value for ram reports, was
+not tested for undefined, now is.
+1. cleanup of comments in start client debugger that made it unclear.
+2. Got rid of all the legacy development modules that were in inxi-perl/modules.
+These were totally out of date and pointless to retain.
+1. Added eoan ubuntu 19-10 release name
+2. Added zen cpu model ID.
+3. Disk vendors and new vendor IDs added. Thanks linuxlite hardware database.
+4. Made a backend tool to check for new unhandled disks, this makes updating
+disk/vendor IDs a lot easier.
+5. Updated inxi-perl/docs with new links etc.
+-- Harald Hope - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 19:48:45 -0700
Version: 3.0.34
Patch: 00
Date: 2019-04-30
@@ -50,7 +83,7 @@ can do it, if not, nothing bad happens, it just won't show any suggested install
package, no big deal.
3. Using the new disk vendor method, added even more disk vendors. Thanks
-linux litet hardware database!!
+linux lite hardware database!!
4. EXCITING!! A new --admin/-a option, suggested by a user on techpatterns.com/forums/
Now -S or -b or -F with -a option for GNU/Linux shows the kernel boot parameters,
@@ -64,7 +97,7 @@ This could be very helpful to distros who often have to determine if for example
graphics blacklists are correctly applied for non free drivers, like nomodeset etc,
or if the opposite is present.
-For forum/distro support, they just have to ask for: inxi -ba and they will see t
+For forum/distro support, they just have to ask for: inxi -ba and they will see
the relevant graphics info, for instance, or -SGaxxx, or -Faxxx, whatever is used
to trigger in this case the graphics and system lines.