Gentoo Linux 1.0 has been released! The 1.0 release features the
following nifty new things:
10-20x speed improvement in dependency calculations
New more flexible USE system
Powerful new dynamic world profiles supporting package "pinning"
emerge world == "emerge system" the way *you* want it.
Tons of bug fixes
Lots of new features, tweaks and refinements
Core system updates
new shadow/pam packages
new more flexible autoconf packages
updates to many core packages, including SGI XFS-related tools
Includes up-to-the-minute XFS support,
Rik van Riel's reverse-mapping patch,
Andre Hedrick's IDE updates,
Andrew Morton's disk IO fixes,
and the usual Alan Cox goodness
New Portage Manual (in progress):
Note that we currently have an i686+ "gentoo linux system in a tarball"
(stage3) for much speedier installs.
Daniel Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chief Architect/President http://www.gentoo.org
Gentoo Technologies, Inc.