[system-tools] System tools backends 1.3.0 "learning to hate autotools" is out!

System Tools Backends Version 1.3.0, 2005-07-05

The System Tools Backends version 1.3.0 "Learning to hate autotools"
have been released.

The System Tools Backends are a set of cross-platform scripts for Linux
and other Unix systems. The backends provide an standard XML interface
for modifying the configuration regarless of the distribution that's
being used.

Right now the System Tools Backends fully support various distros/OS
such as: Redhat, Mandrake, SuSE, Fedora, Debian (and derivations like
Ubuntu, Linex, Guadalinex...), Gentoo, Slackware, FreeBSD, OpenNA, PLD,
Vine and Specifix.

Changes since last release

  - Added support for Slackware 10.1.0 (Scott J. Harmon)
  - Added support for VidaLinux 1.2 (Christian Meyer)

  - wireless handling improvements in Debian (me)
  - recognize tun ifaces as dialup ones (me)
  - fixed handling of dhclient v3 (me)
  - fixed FreeBSD network support (Joe Marcus Clarke)
  - fixed handling of dhcpcd (Christian Meyer)
  - Added support for WEP key type (me)
  - Added support for KUbuntu (Juan Luis Baptiste)

  - update /etc/timezone in Debian systems

  - Separate priorities for init types which support them (me)
  - Add roles to services and runlevels (me)

  - el (Nikos Charonitakis)
  - en_CA (Adam Weinberger)
  - hu (Szabolcs Varga)
  - id (Ahmad Riza H Nst)
  - ne (Jyotsna, Pawan chitrakr)
  - rw (Steve Murphy)
  - xh (Adi Attar)
  - zh_TW (GNOME HK Team)

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