Release Notes: This release features a major speedup in the build process by using gen_init_tar/gen_init_cpio. The Web interface is now skinnable and some page elements were changed from tables to lists to make it easier to apply CSS rules. Some legacy support was removed. This version also features new versions of busybox, tor, and pppd.
Release Notes: This is a release candidate for the next stable version. The most notable changes are the update to Linux 2.4.32 and OpenVPN 2.0.5. Bugfixes include changes to make DMZ configurations work again, and a change to the Windows build to correctly create archives on network drives and when the pathname includes spaces. Chrony now has support for Y2K-impaired BIOS clocks.
Release Notes: The most visible change of this release is the reworked Web interface. Most user interfaces (Win-IMONC, administration menu, Web interface) are now available in German, English, French, and Dutch. There now is a new package to run fli4l inside a Xen domain. Some minor software updates include uClibc 0.9.28 (with LFS), a kernel with IPv6 support, dnsmasq 2.23, chrony 2.0.2, syslinux 3.11, ipppd 3.7 (mschap-support works), and OpenVPN 2.0.5. The wlan package now has some WPA2-enabled drivers, the rt2500 driver, and a new version of hostap (0.3.9).
Release Notes: The Linux kernel was updated to 2.4.27 with APIC support and patches for netdev random, ignore_ksoftirq, ebtables, and advanced routing. The main build scripts were overhauled, so there is now a generic mkfli4l.sh insted of different scripts for different media. Simple DMZ support was added. The advanced_networking package was added with support for bridge, bonding, VLAN and ebtables. Experimental support was added for DNSMasq as a DNS server. dropbear, OpenVPN, eagle-usb, hostap, prism54, and the Fritz!Card DSL SL USB driver were updated. Many minor fixes and enhancments were made.
Release Notes: The kernel is now patched with some parts of grsecurity. More flexible boot handling was added, which should make it possible to support more different boot media. Routers can be switched off automatically if APM is supported. The packet filter has a more flexible configuration. A new time server package using chrony was added. Support for Fritz!Card DSL USB, Fritz!X USB, and Fritz!Card USB was added. There are software updates and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: Kernel 2.4.26 and uClibc 0.9.26 are now used. The RAM disks were replaced by tmpfs. The SSHD now supports TCP forwarding once again. Multiple W-LAN cards are supported, and WEP keys can be entered in a Windows-compatible form. raw-up/raw-down scripts similar to ip-up/ip-down were provided for raw ISDN circuits, and some minor fixes and changes were made.
Release Notes: This release should work with inode (DSL in Austria). lpdsrv should now work with USB printers. Support for SFTP was added. There are several bugfixes and minor enhancements. New software includes busybox 1.0pre8, mini_httpd 1.19, new dhcpd and dhcp-relay (relaying now works), kernel PCMCIA, and dropbear (SSH2 server) 0.41.
Release Notes: This version adds a new kernel (2.4.23 with security fix from 2.4.24), a new version of BusyBox, and a new DNS server (dnsmasq). It now supports the AVM Fritz!Card DSL SL. Support for LCDs with "Winamp" wiring was added. dropbear was added as an SSH2 server; using SSH1 is now deprecated. There are new features for the W-LAN package. There is a VPN package with OpenVPN and CIPE. There are also many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Updated to Kernel 2.4.22, uClibc 0.9.20, BusyBox 1.0-pre3, gtk-imonc 0.6, and Privoxy 3.0.2. PPPoE in the kernel is now the default. You can use active-filter for ISDN. There are several minor bugfixes and changes.
Release Notes: You can now specify MX entrys in the nameserver configuration. The packet filter config is much-improved, and you can also switch to an alternate configuration scheme for enhanced packet filter configuration. Portforwarding now works with whitelists and you can forward a whole protocol (e.g., GRE). You can now do DSL with the Fritz!DSL from AVM and use the in-kernel PPPoE to reduce your CPU load. It is now also possible to install and boot on DiscOnChip and USB-Memory-Sticks. Included in the ISDN package is the CAPI for ISDN cards from AVM.