Release Notes: Support for multiple languages was added. The configuration menu and the live system can be translated using simple text files. Additionally, the live system has been modified such that if there is only a single file to play, it will be played automatically. Afterwards, you will be put into the graphical menu.
Release Notes: This version has moved from XFree86 to Xorg, from devfs to udev, and from loop-aes encryption to dm-crypt encryption. This means that finally there's no more need to patch the kernel, mount, and losetup to create encrypted LVP discs. This also means that discs with version 0.5.0 can not play any prior release as it used to be.
Release Notes: This version features the Linux 2.6 line of kernels instead of the 2.4 line (2.6.10 to be exact), package updates all over the place (Mplayer, libmatroska, libebml, XFree86, and most other packages), as well as changes in the menu creation code. It now takes an image from the video files (default is at 120 seconds) and creates a thumbnail for the menu from it.
Release Notes: The program now searches for its CD/DVD in all available drives and gives a selection if more than one possible medium is found. Discs are now ejected before shutting down. Packages were synced to the current ROCK Linux, which included an update of mplayer to 1.0pre4. The ROCK Linux Target name was changed to 'LVP' to prevent confusion with the full-blown LiveCD.
Release Notes: This release was adapted to be used as a pure ROCK Linux target. As such, compiling from source was made a lot easier. The build scripts were also rewritten to enable an easy release of pre-compiled versions. Also added was an easy-to-use user interface for preparing ISO images.
Release Notes: The live system was shrunk to 25MB without any loss of features, making the use of LVP on CDs reasonable. Programs are now linked statically to eliminate seeking for libraries, which costs a lot of time on slower drives. lvpxml.sh was made easier to use and now utilizes 100% available space on the selected medium.
Release Notes: LVP can now make use of the CryptoAPI that comes with Linux 2.4.22 to encrypt the data on CDs/DVDs. An automated script has been added that handles the download of ROCK and LVP, and builds the whole LVP-system without requiring user interaction. Some bugs and typos were also fixed.