Release Notes: This release fixes documentation and sample file issues in the 1.9.0 release.
Release Notes: Bugs and performance issues uncovered during large-scale bouts of continuous run-time testing have been fixed. More effort has been put into the documentation in an attempt to improve the experience of both the haveged and libhavege users.
Release Notes: Fixes return codes for the signal handler. Updates systemd install. Corrections to the man page and documentation.
Release Notes: This release fixes more test alignment woes on mips.
Release Notes: This release fixes runtime test aligment problems on sparc and mips, and ppc detection in building.
Release Notes: This release fixes parallel build issues and modifies the check target to accommodate changes in the automake 1.13 test harness. It updates the sample spec file and adds other documentation changes.
Release Notes: Build and package sources have been restructured to create a devel sub-package consisting of the haveged RNG complete with support for auto-tuning and on-line testing features. Updated documentation, man(8) and man(3) pages, and additional build and usage samples are provided. The potential for a rare syssegv left over from the 1.6 changes has been removed.
Release Notes: This release corrects a config typo to fix building on generic architectures.
Release Notes: The runtime test implementation has been corrected to remove an alignment fault which appeared in AIS test0 on arm64 hosts. The build procedure for clock_gettime() support has been altered to provide better control (now an override for all architectures) and correctly determine dependencies. Minor typos and inaccuracies in the source and man page have been corrected.
Release Notes: A run time test option has been added to haveged that enables the execution of one or both of the principle AIS-31 test suites at haveged initialization and/or continuously during subsequent output. Several other changes have also been made to make haveged work better with both the systemd and sysv init systems.