Release Notes: This release implements a UEFI Secure Boot-based trusted boot chain, the first time such support has been released in a Linux distribution. Other notables features include kernel 3.4.7 with overlayfs replacing Unionfs, better Xorg Mesa drivers, support for Tor bridges, and a non-anonymous boot mode.
Release Notes: This release features better boot media support (including fixes for SD and USB 3.0), a new microhttpd-based cables communication implementation, a VIPS image manipulation toolkit, and fixed key retrieval in GNU Privacy Assistant. A touchscreen calibration utility has been added. LXPanel now has working thermal sensor support.
Release Notes: This releases features more extensive hardware and firmware support. Experimental (U)EFI booting support has been added. Most of the filesystem is now read-only. The SquashFS image is verified early in the boot process. Cables communication now realizes perfect forward secrecy and repudiability. Support for running as a virtualized guest has been improved. Epiphany is now used as the browser instead of Midori.
Release Notes: This release adds ISO images, deployment to EXT2-4 filesystems, better touchpad support in X, better VM integration (including VirtualBox share automounting), more filesystems supported on media, an applet for switching Tor identity, I2P support (experimental, including cable communication), a hardened and extended HTP time daemon, HTML5 video support in Midori, SASL authentication and OTR encryption support in XChat, and VPN support in NetworkManager. Kernel 2.6.39 with SquashFS XZ compression and NX support requires a PentiumIII+ with PAE.
Release Notes: Secure and anonymous email-like communication was implemented. XChat, Pidgin, FBReader, OpenSSH client, and H.264 video / Speex audio encoding were added. Linux kernel 2.6.37 with SquashFS LZMA is used. Startup and shutdown were made faster using custom initramfs and parallel OpenRC. Haveged serves as a reliable entropy source, and NTP is disabled in favor of exclusive HTP over Tor. Kexec-based boot wipes RAM, even when triggered by boot media removal. KMS- and VESA-dependent boots have been separated, fixing video card issues. The X server locks the screen when a laptop's lid is closed, with improved lock robustness.
Release Notes: Installation was simplified in Linux and in Windows. A script was added for stripped-down execution in QEMU. A virtual resizable encrypted partition was added. A special firewall-bypassing browser was added (for registration in Wi-Fi HotSpots). MAC address is automatically changed for wireless interfaces. Energy saving is done with Laptop Mode Tools. Many more changes and improvements were made.