Release Notes: This release adds multi-boot and ext2 support.
Release Notes: This release has improved SCSI support, allows you to create a bootable CD-ROM, adds Debian packaging, updates the PowerPC part (currently not usable), and introduces apple_driver (currently not usable).
Release Notes: This release uses zlib-1.2.3, can decode ELF format, and can read files from CD-ROM.
Release Notes: Kernel parameters can be edited during boot by the user. The kernel can be decompressed on-the-fly. GCC 3 compatibility, Mac Classic support (68000 based), and man pages have been added. The RAMDISK is now allocated at the top of memory (as the kernel wants).
Release Notes: Multi-architecture support, preliminary PPC support, no MMU support, preliminary pure 68000 support (need a patched gcc), better memory initialisation in the first level, better quickdraw initialisation in the second level, and some partition tools to add Apple_Driver (experimental). A 68040 MMU bug has been fixed. It has been tested successfully on: Q610, LC45, IIci, Q650, Q800, LC, Performa 450, SE/30, Classic II, PB150, PB180, PB520, and PB540.
Release Notes: This version's tools package provides everything required to boot Linux directly from a SCSI disk, without the need of a Mac OS partition or floppy. It is now possible to load Linux in less than 5 seconds.
Release Notes: This release can boot on a system with corrupted PRAM or an empty PRAM battery by setting at startup the 32bit mode in PRAM. This is needed if you remove Mac OS from disk and you have no CD-ROM; there is no way to set this value in PRAM by booting on Mac OS.
Release Notes: Macintosh SE/30 support, serial line console support, and fragmented memory support were added.
Release Notes: This release really supports the quadra 610 (full 68040 support). It uses tje memory management of the Mac OS ROM (EMILE memory management is removed), uses the floppy driver of the Mac OS ROM, has a relocatable second stage, BSS allocation, configurable kernel boot arguments, separated images for the second stage, kernel, and ramdisk, and added tools to manage floppy images. The build environment is now Debian Sid PPC.
Release Notes: 68040 MMU support was added, making it possible to boot on Macintosh models such as Quadra 610.