Release Notes: This release updates partclone to 0.1.9-1, memtest86+ to 4.00, and live-initramfs to 1.157.3-1drbl. Since the bugs with partclone.xfs and partclone.fat were fixed, it's now used to clone or image XFS or FAT partitions by default. An option to mount an NFSv4 server as an image repository was added. The option -fsck-src-part was added. Language files were updated.
Release Notes: This release adds the newer kernel 2.6.30-3 from backports.undebian.org, the new upstream syslinux 3.82, the newer partclone 0.1.1-15, and genisoimage instead of mkisofs. A workaround to avoid using partclone to save FAT filesystems has been added. The package smartmontools has been added. makeboot.sh has been improved to allow USB devices /dev/ub[a-z]. An option "--rescue" has been added in ocs-onthefly for partclone.
Release Notes: Partclone is the default imaging program. Kernel 2.6.29-4 is used. Intel-based Mac disk to disk clone is supported. lzma compression was added. Some boot parameters (e.g. live-netde, ocs_prerun1, ocs_prerun2, etc.) were added so that it's easier to do customized cloning.
Release Notes: Language files were updated. ocs-live-dev will use tar instead of zip when the recovery file is larger than 2 GB. An -e2 option (for using the CHS from EDD when running sfdisk) was added. This will reduce the possibility of cloned MS Windows boot failure. Network booting with 2 or more NICs is supported. If any single file is larger than 4 GB, ocs-iso no longer fails to create the recovery ISO. A failure to list Mac OS partitions when saving an image was fixed. Some minor bugs were also corrected.