Release Notes: This release is the first version with SuSE 10.1 support. It is a very early beta. Don't use it with older SuSE versions; it will probably be unable to update itself.
Release Notes: Support was added for CURL and HTTPS proxies. HTTPS business product fixes were made. The reboot check has been fixed to work every time, not only during the first run. Additionally, it is now disabled if more than one kernel is installed. The --usedir option is now more intelligent. Downloading of the mirror list (--server -w) works again. The RPM cache was invalidated at every call on business products, causing bad performance. This has been fixed. The modules directory is now correctly renamed after creating a kernel backup.
Release Notes: Curl support has been improved. New support for "proxy-digest" authentication has been added (only possible with curl; auto-fallback).
Release Notes: Support for curl was added. Some HTTPS and business product fixes were done. Downloading the server list now works again. The "directory" files used by you to detect the updates are now used more exactly (and don't use patches not mentioned inside). Enable this by using "--usedir" or UseDir=1 in the configuration file.
Release Notes: This release adds an important fix for x86_64 machines; the previous release installed i586 packages instead of x86_64 ones.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Delta RPMs (available on SuSE 9.2+). The handling of source RPMs was fixed, and the import/export function no longer exports unnecessary (old) packages after the second run.
Release Notes: Support for SuSE 9.2 was added (only minor fixes necessary). RPMs with a valid signature are now correctly installed without causing an error message on SuSE 9.x.
Release Notes: The detection of old files that are still in use also works on SuSE 9.x now. All user prompts can now be answered with y/Y/yes. Auto-detection of some SuSE business products has been added.
Release Notes: This release fixes the broken --checkdeleted option, the kernel update reboot reminder for SMP machines, and server URLs with user and password. The nagios script was also updated.
Release Notes: A bug has been fixed that could cause privilege escalation of foreign users, if root starts fou4s in an untrusted directory. Other changes include automatic kernel backup and reminders to reboot after a kernel update. Remote host functionality has been improved, and a nagios check script is also included. This version also detects some previously missed updates.