Recently, two significant bugs were fixed in Woof, one dating back to 2009, where incorrect usage of 'fuser' in rc.shutdown caused a reboot instead of a shutdown (when the latter was desired), the other a more recent problem with kernels compiled with builtin USB drivers, causing save-files to be found twice at bootup.
Both of these are documented in this blog.
Woof is looking pretty good now. In the morning I'll have a bit of a read of Wary/Racy/Slacko threads in the Forum. Either later in the day or early next day I will probably upload Woof and Wary.
Comments:Posted on 4 Oct 2011, 5:40 by 01micko
One buglet with using xz compression in a woof built distro is that mksquashfs4.2 (and unsquashfs) is not included in the final build. I built Slacko with k220.127.116.11 and this has surfaced. If this is intentional then no problem, I can fix it at my end. Could even be my problem, haven't checked.
Posted on 4 Oct 2011, 7:02 by 01micko
Yeah, sorry my bad, fixed for next slacko. oops