Release Notes: This release is based on Debian Lenny with Kernel 2.6.26-8. A Simplified Chinese interface was added. An option to reboot or shutdown after clone is finished was added. Hardware and software info will be saved in a clonezilla image. An option to generate MD5 or SHA1 checksums after an image was saved was added. Running on serial console ttyS0 is supported. Some more info will be saved in the image dir. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for PXE booting was improved. A function to create a recovery ISO or zip file was added to the menu. The function to boot Clonezilla live to create a Debian live template was added. All the Clonezilla live parameters can be assigned in kernel parameters now. The language files fr_FR and ja_JP were updated. There is better support for the Asus Eee PC. Some extra programs were added, and some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Better support with PXE booting. A function to create a recovery ISO or zip file was added to the menu. The function to boot Clonezilla live to create a Debian live template was added. All the Clonezilla live parameters can be assigned in kernel parameters now.
Release Notes: French and Japanese languages were added. A function for restoring images to different disks or partitions was added along with a function for restoring images to larger disks. A 1024x768 resolution option was added. Kernel 2.6.24 is used.
Release Notes: French and Japanese languages were added. The function to restore image to different disk/partition name was added. 1024x768 resolution option was added. This release defaults to using TUI output for partclone. Kernel 2.6.24 is used.
Release Notes: The xfsdump and lscpi packages were added. Linux kernel 2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-486 is used now. The auto login account now is "user", and the password is "live". For live USB, there is no longer a prompt to eject boot media before rebooting or halting. A bug about restoring swap partition in a partition number greater than 10 was fixed.
Release Notes: GPT (GUID Partition Table) is supported. The HFS+ and reiserfs4 file systems are supported by partclone (check -q2 when you save an image if you want to use this). This release could be used to save and restore an Intel-based Mac OS. It has been tested successfully to save and restore a Mac mini with Mac OS Leopard and Ubuntu 7.04 installed. Another experimental live version based on Ubuntu 8.04 alpha4 was released, too.
Release Notes: An option to use Partclone was added (experimental). Partclone supports ext2, ext3, Reiserfs, Reiser4, XFS, and HFS+. Therefore by using "-q2" in Clonezilla, the HFS+ filesystem of Intel Macs can be saved efficiently. A new option was added: -q1|--force-to-use-dd, which forces dd to be used to save any filesystem. An option was added to remove page and hibernation files of MS Windows before saving an image.
Release Notes: In this release, some new functions and programs were added. The kernel was updated to 2.6.22-3. GPT (GUID Partition Table) partitions are supported now. Intel Mac cloning using dd was added. (This is still in beta status.) Some programs were added, such as ethtool, wodim, cdrecord, and net-tools. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Some new features were added, including support for the cciss device (including Compaq's SMART Array Controllers). Symbolic links to image files are now supported. -o0 and -o1 options were added to ocs-sr. pcmciautils, ncpfs, dvd+rw-tools, and udftools packages were added, a TUI network config program was added, and some bugs were fixed.