Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in the --add and --proxy options; users could use Lin-setibuf's variables while defining other variables or metacommands in the last release. The --cycle option now begins the stack run anew. The internals have been reviewed. A contrib/ directory has been created for scripts/add-ons. Parallel download is now used for work units.
Release Notes: This is a stable release (all known bugs are fixed). A bug has been fixed in the Kill sub. Command variables have been added. The reference manual has been created. Lines in the configuration file can now be split. Logging via syslog(3perl) has been enabled. Status is also affected by the from-wu and to-wu options.
Release Notes: This release fixes (for real) a bug in the Makefile, and fixes a misbehaviour in the DoLoop sub.
Release Notes: This release has been modified for compliance with the SETI modules. The 'seticlient_path' variable now refers to the directory in which the SETI@Home client is located. There is an enhanced status display. The `install.pl' script has been modified. A new command line option '--proxy': overrides the 'proxy_address' variable value. A new command line option '--rand-start' selects a random unit to begin. A new status display now shows the estimated remaining time before unit completion and best performances up to date. A possible buffer overflow cause in log_action() has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release changes the "--test" option to "--status", mails a report (with some stats) on WU analysis completion, adds new "--client" (which overrides "seticlient_path") and "--to-wu" options, and makes "--verbos" incremental.
Release Notes: This release changes the behaviour of the --test option, allows prefixing and postfixing of the --verbose argument, and will show user statistics with the elapsed CPU time.
Release Notes: Lin-setibuf has been completely rewritten in Perl, uses a new configuration file syntax, includes enhanced documentation, and new '--daemon' and '--kill' options.
Release Notes: A new Debian package, major bugfixes, a new status bar indicator, a new '--only' option for elaborating only one Work Unit, and an HTML report generator in Perl.
Release Notes: Completely rewritten code, a new command line argument parser, a configuration file for better installation and maintainence, ability to use proxies and SOCKS servers, and the `start n' and `download n' options now mean `start from n-th' and `download from n-th'.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and new test functions.