Patch notes and changes for each DietPi release.
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16 February 2017
Changes / Improvements / Optimizations:
-DietPi-Config | Audio > Sound card: Added support for Allo Boss DAC: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/748
-DietPi-Config | Audio > PSU Noise Reduction: This mode attempts to reduce power consumption on your SBC. In turn,
this may reduce PSU inflicted noise, that may degrade audio output quality. When enabled, the following is set CPU
gov = Powersave, HDMI output = Disabled: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/757
-DietPi-Software | AmiBerry (uae4arm): Updated to latest version (2.1): https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/756
-DietPi-Software | DietPiCam: Updated to latest version (6.2.29). To update existing installations, this requires a reinstall:
-DietPi-Software | Roon Bridge updated to v1.3. Now includes support for ARM64 devices (eg: Odroid C2/Pine A64):
-DietPi-Services | Added ability to read user created include file. Allowing users to add additional services for DietPi to
-DietPi RPi Kernel | Resolved an issue with missing firmware for common and onboard RPi devices (eg: rpi 3 wifi):
-SparkySBC | Kernel upgrade from Allo to improve USB DAC support.
-DietPi-Config | Resolved an issue where Samba mounts would not always mount during boot. Many thanks to
@Sciamano for this fix!: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/744
-DietPi-Software | Resolved an issue with NoMachine armv7 binary incorrect url. Many thanks to @Qnx:
-DietPi-Software | Resolved an issue with NAA Daemon failing to install, due to URL links being dropped for
stretch packages in Debian repo. Many thanks to Rene for spotting this: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/754
-DietPi-Software | Resolved an issue where internet connection test would fail, when using apt sources with ftp://.
Many thanks to @elRadix for reporting this: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/755
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