Release Notes: This release includes updated drivers based on the latest development version of NetBSD, a complete overhaul of the build system to remove the 2.88MB size limit, and availability of contracts for technical support over the previous release.
Release Notes: The most important changes in this release lie in an improved infrastructure that allow more flexibility, removing the 2.88MB limit that g4u previously had. Many new device drivers were added.
Release Notes: The most imortant changes are not user-visible, but are in the build process. As a result of this, the 2.88MB size restriction is gone and now only the machine's RAM is the limit, allowing a lot of drivers to be added again.
Release Notes: dmesg can now be used with pagers (such as more). The disks tool lists disks that were recognized on boot. The GZIP variable can be set to -1 to achieve lower compression, and NMBCLUSTERS was increased for usb2ethernet. It is now possible to clone between local disks using clonedisk. Many documentation updates were made.
Release Notes: An update to accomodate latest drivers and kernel features from NetBSD 1.5.2, new documentation about disk sizes, removal of the Token Ring driver, improvements to the greeting message of g4u with instructions, and a kernel config on the Web site for documentation of supported device drivers.
Release Notes: This release adds support for easy cloning of SCSI disks by giving "sd0" as the third argument to slurpdisk and uploaddisk. Also, support for i386 and i486 CPUs was added.