Bug#612166: What's new for ARM section out of date
The "What's new for ARM" section is completely out of date. Here's a
--- en/whats-new.dbk (revision 8444)
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-<!-- FIXME: REVIEW for Squeeze - this happened in Lenny -->
<section id="newforarm" arch="arm;armel">
<title>What's new for ARM?</title>
- Support has also been added for Marvell's Orion platform.
+ Support has been added for Marvell's Kirkwood platform.
Specifically, Debian GNU/Linux &release; supports the following
- devices based on the Orion platform: QNAP Turbo Station (<ulink
+ devices based on the Kirkwood platform: <ulink
+ and other plug computers</ulink>, QNAP Turbo NAS (<ulink
- <ulink url="http://www.cyrius.com/debian/orion/hp/mv2120/">HP
- mv2120</ulink>, and <ulink
- Kurobox Pro</ulink>.
+ and the <ulink url="http://www.cyrius.com/debian/kirkwood/openrd/">OpenRD
- Support has been added for the Versatile platform which is emulated
- by QEMU.
+ Support has also been added for the Lanner EM7210 and compatible
+ devices (e.g. Intel SS4000-e). These are NAS devices based on the
+ IOP32x platform.
- An Ethernet driver for the IXP4xx platform (e.g. Linksys NSLU2)
- has recently been integrated into the mainline kernel, so the
- Debian kernel in &releasename; uses this driver rather than the
- unofficial driver which the previous release of Debian used.
- The proprietary IXP4xx microcode needed to use the in-built
- Ethernet is now available in the package <systemitem
- role="package">ixp4xx-microcode</systemitem> in non-free.
- Installer images for Debian which include this microcode will
- continue to be made available from <ulink
<section id="newfors390" arch="s390">