Release Notes: This is a development release. Every bit was rebuilt from scratch. Almost all of the components were upgraded to their latest stable version. Major user noticeable changes include use of the new squashfs 4 filesystem. The ISO images are "hybrid"; you can boot them from a USB stick. There is a new amount hotplug daemon.
Release Notes: This release is a major upgrade. Almost all components were upgraded to their latest stable version, like Linux-18.104.22.168, Xorg-server-1.8.0, and Mesa-7.8.1. 2D/3D support is fairly good on almost all video cards based on ATi and Intel chips. PAE is also enabled in this release, allowing support for up to 64G of RAM. However, this means that you can't run this version of CDlinux on older CPUs (such as 5×86, K6, or Pentium), not even the mini edition.
Release Notes: This version added two missing blocks to CDlinux: compiling and 3D. The new “devel” module is an attempt to help users with compiling additional drivers/applications for CDlinux. It now supports compiling the official Linux kernel as well as some 3rd party kernel modules. Mesa3D was added to the Community Edition for those who may want to run 3D applications/games. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds a new GUI installation/upgrade wizard. The "persistent mode" code has been rewritten, and persistent data is saved as a squashfs image. fcitx has been replaced with scim to support IM for more locales. There is full support for de_DE, en_CA, en_GB, fr_CA, fr_FR, ja_JP, and ru_RU. There is support for "Safe Graphics Mode" in case the native Xorg driver failed. It determines whether to run in RAM or loop mode more intelligently. There is some fine-tuning to improve performance on machines with lesser memory. There are many package upgrades.
Release Notes: This release is a major step toward version 1.0. There are many changes and enhancements, including support for "persistent mode", auto save/restore user changes support for printing, support for booting directly from an ISO image, Samba client and printing support, support for Java, a new boot splash image, and a revised and more efficient package management system.
Release Notes: This edition emphasizes usability and user experience. Many handy tools and applications are added. There are also some new GUI configuration tools to make CDlinux more user friendly.
Release Notes: A smart handling codepage (FAT/NTFS) of hotplug-able media. Ppower management support (ACPI/cpufreq). Auto-guessing the current time zone. Multimedia keyboard support. Booting from Linux RAID and ATA RAID. Improved support for a lot of newer hardware (video/WLAN/Linux UVC). Several new GUI configure tools. For those who love the old CDlinux 0.4.x, a new console-only CDlinux_mini edition is also released.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug in rc.modules and has support for touchpad, LZMA, and PDF, and improved support for desktop icons and mactel. It honors D-Bus and HAL, and can handle hotplug much better. It also features greatly improved font support for various languages/locales.
Release Notes: This release added support for auto-detecting the boot device, support for CDL_DEV=LABEL=xxx, CDL_DEV=UUID=xxx, and CDL_WAIT=n, and support for auto-detecting local partitions. The number of supported RAM disks and loop devices was increased to 255. Support for locales was improved. A ctrl-alt-del problem was fixed and some pkg upgrades were made.
Release Notes: This release adds support/auto-detection for more hardware. It deals with "x respawn too fast" better. The Ctrl-Alt-Del problem has been fixed.