Release Notes: Ported to 64-bit Windows and builds on Debian Wheezy 64-bit.
Release Notes: DNS resolution works. The AMD64 build works. vt100 emulation is a bit faster. Many bugs have been fixed. Wow64 support is progressing.
Release Notes: This release implementes signal handling (makes ^C work) and improved TTY handling. The dropbear SSH client now works well.
Release Notes: Tab completion in the shell now works well, and wget can download files from an HTTP server. openat(), sendto(), and recvfrom() syscalls are now implemented.
Release Notes: This release adds support for glibc 2.15 (static and dynamic), an NSIS installer, a better mmap implementation, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release implements pipes, uses shared memory between the client and the server for better performance, and splits libc from the dynamic loader. "cat README.txt | wc -l" now works in busybox's ash, and more terminal games have been added to the binary zip.
Release Notes: This release adds support for symbolic links, mkdir/rmdir/chdir/getcwd, and makes telnet work. A binary package has been created for easy deployment.
Release Notes: Various Linux console games are now working, including robotfindskitten, robots, hangman, and snake. vt100 support is vastly improved, and IPv4 socket support is in progress.
Release Notes: Atratus is still in alpha, but is inching towards being able to do useful things. vitetris gameplay works, editing in busybox's vi works, busybox's ash can start commands, and dash shows its prompt.
Release Notes: This release makes more busybox utils (cal, expr, head, and tail) work, and busybox vi has started to do something vaguely sensible. Still in pre-alpha stage. Only for hardened C developers with a firm understanding of OS essentials.