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BusyBox 1.22 Release Drops With Many Changes

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Published on 01 January 2014 04:31 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software
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BusyBox 1.22 is now available as the latest unstable release of "the Swiss Army Knife of the Embedded Linux." With BusyBox 1.22 comes many changes and improvements.

BusyBox 1.22.0 unstable was released this morning to mark the New Year and has many improvements to its sendmail implementation, various fixes throughout the packaged commands, and a whole lot of other improvements.

BusyBox 1.22.0 is the first release since last June when BusyBox 1.21.1 was declared so a whole lot of changes have landed in this time period. With there being way too many changes to individually call out, head on over to BusyBox.net to learn about the new release.

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