If you've read a previous version of the FAQ, here's what's changed in the past few revisions:
Jes has released kernel 2.2.10 (new stable) and 2.3.14 (developmental).
The new, GPL'ed FPU emulator is integrated in 2.3.14, and may appear in the next 2.2 kernel.
According to several users, the "Eagle Linux" distribution has been discontinued. Note that fact.
Update the IRC info to point to the channel at irc.dalnet.com.
Jes has released kernel 2.2.8; there are still some stability issues with this kernel (notably in the keyboard driver), so its use is not recommended.
Jes has made a pre-release of kernel 2.3.1; it does not work "out of the box," although some patches posted on the mailing list may help.
New FAQ entry on Watchtower (see the section called Should I use Watchtower? in Chapter 7).
Information on FPU emulation has been updated; the new emulator is apparently quite usable.
Added a mention of Oktagon SCSI support. Revamped the whole Amiga SCSI support section.
Mentioned Amiga joysticks as a supported device. Note that in 2.2.6 you need to manually enable the config option.
Miscellaneous typo fixes.
Update Red Hat URLs, yet again.
Upgraded 2.2.7 to "Quasi-stable."
Jes has released Linux/m68k kernel 2.2.6.
Converted to DocBook SGML (i.e. sgmltools v2).
Jes has released Linux/m68k kernel 2.2.3-pre1.
Debian/m68k 2.1 was actually released on 9 March 1999.
Minor changes to some of the sections to update paths for the Debian 2.1 release.
Dropped the text of the IRC question since LinuxNET has disappeared... please let me know if #Linux68k has migrated elsewhere.
Added link to Whiteline's distribution to the distributions section.
Added a question explaining why you shouldn't use Ctrl-Amiga-Amiga to reboot an Amiga under Linux.
Jes has released Linux/m68k kernels 2.0.36 and 2.2.1-pre2. The 2.2 series is considered "semi-stable" on m68k, and may not work for all hardware combinations yet.
Debian/m68k 2.1 will be released on 2 March 1999.
Richard Zidlicky has ported Linux/m68k to the Q40, a 68040-based computer with an ISA bus being made in Germany. Patches relative to 2.2.1-pre1 are at ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/Linux/680x0/q40/.
Added lots of info on the Amiga memory device driver (z2ram) and getting MMUs and FPUs for 680x0-based systems in the appropriate Questions sections.
New FTP site mirror: ftp://ftp.linuxberg.com/pub/distributions/Linux-m68k/.
New Linux/m68k website mirror: http://www.lordsutch.com/linux/.
Credited the originator of the concept of going home and eating popcorn.
Updated the names of the Debian X packages to reflect the latest Great X Reorganization.
The FAQ is now licensed under the GPL and an alternate license that provides for distribution of printed versions and the like without including the SGML source.
New section listing devices for which we have encountered a non-disclosure agreement that forbids us from including a driver in the kernel for the device. I strongly recommend either (a) boycotting these devices and their manufacturers or (b) contacting the manufacturer and letting them know you will not purchase the device unless we can release a driver for it.
There is now a driver for the Amiga Oktagon SCSI card. A patch for this support was released to the mailing list.
Shawn D'Alimonte has written a driver for the Amiga ADSG dual serial port card. A patch relative to 2.0.33pl1 is available on the mailing list; the driver is included in 2.0.36.
New warning about compiling Linus's kernels for m68k added to the kernel compilation section. Bottom line: if you compile a Linus kernel tree, and m68k doesn't work, don't complain to Jes.
New question on how to patch one of Linus's Linux kernel trees to the corresponding Linux/m68k version. Should clarify the purpose of -native diffs.
Pulled out Strunk and White and fixed a number of that/which problems. Thanks to Bob Brown for the lesson.
Modified the changelog format somewhat.
Bumped FAQ revision to 2.2.0.
Richard Hirst is porting Linux/m68k to another VMEbus 680x0 machine: the Tadpole TP34V.
Added a section on people using Linux/m68k in commercial or research applications.
Really bumped Linux/m68k unstable version to 2.2.0-pre6.
2.0.52: Added information on how to use your console keymap in X.
2.0.51: Included information on how to access the Linux/m68k CVS repository. Thanks to David Kilzer for pointing out the omission and sending me the access instructions.
sunsite.unc.edu is now metalab.unc.edu.
Added info on Permedia2 framebuffer (pm2fb)
Added users of "PowerPC-based Amigas" as a target audience for this FAQ, since most of the Amiga-specific information in the FAQ applies to both Linux/m68k and Linux/APUS.
Most references to 2.1 kernels now reference 2.2 kernels as well (since the 2.2 pre-release kernels are in the 2.1 kernel series).
Updated VME info to reflect that Richard is now maintaining the VME147 port.
Bumped unstable kernel version for m68k (to 2.2.0-pre4).