BusyBox 1.26 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 20 December 2016 at 06:31 AM EST. Add A Comment
FREE SOFTWARE --
There's a new version of The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux before closing out 2016.

BusyBox 1.26 this morning is shipping with some build system fixes, a lot of changes (mostly fixes) around Ash and Hush, volume_id now supports UBIFS, various new sub-commands being supported by the various built-in BusyBox commands, and a variety of other random changes.

More details on the BusyBox 1.26 changes can be found via the official project site at BusyBox.net.

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