Release Notes: Removal of faildetect.sh from the question loop to resolve various problems, a new firewall (which has been completely overhauled and has a lot of new features, of which "Connection tracking" is the most significant), a new ability to close all the internal traffic (per service), and a lot more.
Release Notes: This release has some small bugfixes so there are no ppp0 errors. A "fail-check" script has been added. If your connection failed for some reason, this script will check for the most likely situations depending on the log messages and ping times. There are also firewall enhancements.
Release Notes: A total rewrite in C, lots of new functions, greater speed, great stability, and better logging. The new firewall includes a confguration file and uses the newest pptp (1.0.3).
Release Notes: A fix for a spelling typo in "/home/user/install.sh", updated firewalls (a new CONF file so your changes will be safe), a new look and options for 'adsl status', a loop in 'adsl start' to check if your connection is really up, and more minor changes in the C programs.
Release Notes: A lot of bugfixes for the adsl script, install accepts /home/user/install.sh, 'adsl restart' displays nice waiting loop, 'adsl stop' only works when you're online, major changes to a lot of checks in install and ip-auto fill-out firewall script, checks are based on awk instead of cut, and numerous small bugfixes and enhancements throughout the entire release.
Release Notes: The firewall now uses options such as "http='y'", so you can alter services 'on-the-fly', though a .conf file is still needed. 'adsl status' now displays session, monthly, and total number of bytes received. It also monitors uptime.
Release Notes: The new pptp (1.0.3), an 'adsl version' option to display your ADSL4Linux version, enhancements to 'adsl status' (shows session usage and total usage since install), and some bugfixes during install and in the 'adsl' script, including workarounds for non-existant files.
Release Notes: A new PPTP patch was applied. Lots of options were added to the "adsl" command. The "adsl status" command can be used to view the usage and uptime of your account. This is considered a relatively stable beta version.
Release Notes: A non-SSG login to simplify the process of logging on to the ISP, major changes in the firewall, install procedure, and the package, and some bugfixes.