Release Notes: This release supports ext4 file system and USB key booting. Busybox has been updated for Fedora 14.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the initramfs filesystem for booting OpenSuse and FecoraCore releases with the mkCDrec boot CD, dramatically improves slow USB device support, and upgrades busybox to version 1.12.0.
Release Notes: Default booting of the initial ramdisk happens via the ramfs file system. Support has been added for FedoraCore 7, and BusyBox has been updated to 1.7.2. All #!/bin/sh were replaced by #!/bin/bash so that scripts continue to work under newer Ubuntu versions.
Release Notes: Busybox was upgraded from version 1.1.1 to 1.4.2. Some minor bugs were fixed. Mandriva 2007, CentOS 5, and RHEL 4 are supported as well.
Release Notes: The busybox configuration has been changed to avoid the compilation errors on x86_64 and IA-64 architectures. By adding the plugin for Legato Networker, mkCDrec can use another backup/restore program to retrieve the files of the system. The previous plugins (HP Data Protector and IBM TSM) were fixed for the tmpfs file system problem with /dev.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major bug with the link between mkcdrec and busybox-1.1.0. All binary packages (of version 0.9) are impacted and should download this release to avoid the "chroot not found" issue. Furthermore, the /etc/mkcdrec.conf file is now always read by all routines of mkcdrec. The /etc/mkcdrec.conf file may contain your customised settings and will survive release upgrades.
Release Notes: This release has been tested on SuSE 10.x and Mandriva 2006 distributions. BusyBox has been updated to 1.1.0. Several bugfixes for LVM2 and uDev were applied.
Release Notes: This release has a lot of minor bugfixes, and introduces the mkcdrec wrapper script with an updated man page.
Release Notes: Support for the Fedora Core 4 distribution has been added, and the SPARC/Linux code has been completely updated. This release uses the new BusyBox 1.01 code, and many critical bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: mkCDrec now uses isolinux by default to boot from CD-ROM instead of using syslinux bootfloppy emulation. LVM2 and mdadm (for Software RAID) is now fully supported. Perl scripts are now accepted by mkCDrec, so the ADD_PERL variable should be set to true in Config.sh.