I'm about to try the Raspbian release candidate distro as my third after softfp Squeeze and Wheezy. Just wondering if there is anything to help me catalogue the changes I made to Wheezy over the last couple of weeks, done in order to sort quite a few glitches?
I'm a relative newbie on Linux and I'm trying to avoid the feeling of going back to square one again. I managed (with help from the forums, MagPi, Google et al) to crack a list of probably 10-15 issues across config, video, sound, legacy drivers, LXDE, Python, Bluetooth, USB stick, hub/keyboard etc.
Now I want to get onto Raspbian and do a little overclock to get things running smoother, but it would be great if I had a way of kind of doing a 'diff' on my current Wheezy first, against the stock Wheezy image. Maybe a list of changed files, settings etc. (OK - I know, I should have written things down! )
If Raspbian continues the evolutionary general improvements that I saw from Squeeze to Wheezy then fine - I can cope with revisiting a few old friends...
Too much to ask?