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  •  28 Jul 1999 07:10
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    Release Notes: This version fixes a severe bug that can cause IPTraf 2.0.0 and 2.0.1 to crash, and crash hard. Users of these versions are strongly encouraged to upgrade.

    •  15 Jul 1999 21:31
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      Release Notes: This is a maintenance release fixing two minor bugs, one of which resulted in slight inaccuracy in the detailed interface statistics' non-IP byte count. Note that you need a 2.2.X or later kernel to run IPTraf 2.0.X.

      •  26 Jun 1999 06:52
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        Release Notes: This is a new version that uses some new features of the Linux 2.2 kernels to provide some new pieces of information, plus a few changes in the user interface. For those using Linux 2.0.x, you will still have to continue using version 1.4.3 (which is still supported of course).

        •  16 Apr 1999 01:56
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          Release Notes: This version corrects a fairly significant bug in FDDI parsing code. If you're not using FDDI, you can stick with IPTraf 1.4.2. This is still a version that runs on Linux 2.0 only.

          •  16 Apr 1999 01:53
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            Release Notes: This is a new version designed for Linux 2.2. It corrects a few bugs in the previously released alpha version, and a puts in a few improvements. Tests are requested.

            •  23 Jan 1999 17:08
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              Release Notes: PLIP support ISDN/raw IP and ISDN/Cisco HDLC support, a new display option (kbits or kbytes per second), some slight additions to the IP statistics information, and a new format for the IP traffic monitor log file, as well as many bug fixes.

              •  19 Sep 1998 19:35
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