Release Notes: Not many cosmetic changes were made, but some functionality was added. Mount.App was added, providing a handy app for quickly mounting and unmounting drives. Newly added programs include telnet, less, un/zip, autofs, and a new version of Links-Hacked.
Release Notes: Desktop icons were added using the fantastically small XtDesktop X Window desktop icon manager.
Release Notes: After using GNU strip on some of the custom-compiled binaries, there was room for some nice new applications. XFMail was replaced with Sylpheed. Xpaint for image editing and Xzgv for image viewing were added.
Release Notes: This release offers a choice of two X servers, Xvesa and Xfbdev. Xfbdev uses the framebuffer provided by the Linux framebuffer device, which can be a much better choice for older laptops. Also new is the emelFM file manager.
Release Notes: This release has PCMCIA support, and an experimental routine to grab Mozilla Firebird from the Internet and auto-install the browser while holding it in memory.
Release Notes: This release updates Naim (AOL, ICQ, and IRC client) and Links-Hacked (an enhanced version of gLinks). Links-Hacked now has tabs. Also new is VNCviewer, the client for Virtual Network Computing.
Release Notes: This version features PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) so that it works with ADSL connections. XMMS can now play MPEGs thanks to the SDL plugin. It also includes Zile, a very small yet powerful Emacs clone.
Release Notes: There is now a very nice X configuration script. The very small but very easy to use Monkey Web server has been added. A couple of small bugs in dsl-hdinstall and mkliloboot have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release has a small but significant addition: a hard drive install script.
Release Notes: This release adds PPP and WvDial, some scripts that simplify modem setup, and a script that will save your modem configuration to a floppy disk.