master is the current developer version of a project, which (hopefully) is maintained. Each fork of Freetz has its own
trunk. For more info about the forks see the SVN-Server article. For latest changes see the Freetz-News. Before the forks there were many tagged and stable versions, but they lack the support for newer models and only support older Firmware. Their download scripts may fail, since AVM does not host old Firmware. The same applies to many older package downloads. For security reasons it is recommended to use the respective trunk. All Freetz forks only support Firmware which at least contains Kernel 2.6. For very old models which still run Kernel 2.4
dsmod (danisahne mod) at the end of this table can be handy, the predecessor of Freetz. The names
ds26 reflect the minimum required Kernel versions.
||Sad news: On 2018-02-17 the |
freetz-ng fork was discontinued, after only 2.5 weeks of promising activity, and its repository on Github removed. The reason was the lack of contributors.
freetz-ng was intended to be open for collaborative development, in opposite to the
freetz-org fork which is nearly locked down to death since early december by its restrictive
maintainers contribution rejecting gatekeepers. A good chance for a return of an actively maintained community driven and up to date Freetz passed. Let's hope that there will be a new fork to reopen the project to the community as it once was.
3-hourly updated index of tags, branches and all trunks of all forks of Freetz and dsmod. Last update: 2019-02-18 08:12 GMT.
This list shows the last
Revision number and
Date, and the
Author who perfomed the last change of each release.
This info is taken from the SVN log of each release. 3 recent empty edits have been omitted to preserve the temporal sorting.
log column points to logs of the recent 50 changes of each release or trunk. For the active forks they are updated 3-hourly.
tgz links of the archived releases point to hosted backups. For the active forks they are created on the fly by Github.
svn link points to our SVN-Server, the
git-ng links to the Github forks
Legend: = active fork. - = archived release or snapshot.