Release Notes: This release includes the re-introduction of PowerPC support, a large core infrastructure re-engineering, Linux 2.6.36, the addition of Hardware Detection Tool (HDT) to the x86 boot menu, and many small features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes updated upstream Debian software and Linux kernel 2.6.32. The finnix-thumbdrive utility has been removed in favor of UNetbootin, which can take a Finnix ISO and extract it to a bootable USB drive without needing to boot Finnix first. PowerPC support has been officially dropped, though future PowerPC releases may be made on a one-off basis. A new version scheme has been introduced.
Release Notes: This release includes a new Linux kernel (2.6.22), faster booting, and the ability to boot from SATA CD-ROM and DVD-ROM devices, as well as updated Debian system software and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features Linux 2.6.18, a new "finnix64" AMD64 boot profile, netboot support with a built-in netboot setup wizard, MD RAID, and LUKS crypt autodetection.
Release Notes: This release features Linux 2.6.17, a faster, more complete hardware autodetection routine, DMA mode enabled by default, Broadcom 43xx support, a DOS boot profile, and NTFS write support.
Release Notes: Major changes include Linux kernel 2.6.16, full automatic LVM detection, console mouse support, SMP support for the PowerPC release, dynamic filesystem overlays, improved IDE DMA support, and a utility to assist with creating a bootable USB thumb drive with Finnix. This release may also be installed on iPod hardware.
Release Notes: This release includes Linux kernel 2.6.15, improved hardware detection, improved reliability when booting from USB CD-ROM and thumb devices, hard drive installation support, a smaller ISO size, and an expanded general-purpose task utility, aptly named "finnix".
Release Notes: This release includes Linux kernel 220.127.116.11, unionfs 1.1.1, and updated upstream packages. Many bugs were fixed. Most visibly, the CD will now reliably eject before the system shuts down. A PowerPC port was introduced along with support for User Mode Linux and Xen. A sample UML implementation was included on the x86 CD. Typing "finnix create" at the bash prompt will create a new UML guest.