Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed. The bootloader detection code has been rewritten. Two new scripts were added to the contributions directory: tsm-restore.sh and dp-restore.sh for using mkCDrec in combination with external backups stored on a Tivoli Storage Manager system or Data Protector server. A lot of restore functions were moved out of the scripts and are now in the common libraries to improve code maintenance.
Release Notes: Support for the AMD64 architecture was added to mkCDrec.
Release Notes: Support for Fedorea Core 3, uDev, and LVM2 are finally included. Network recognition and configuration have been improved. mkCDrec will recognize and enable USB CD-ROM devices at boot time (e.g. with Blade servers).
Release Notes: This release has improved support for USB and RAID devices. There are many little bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds One Button Disaster Recovery and Automatic Disaster Recovery to mkCDrec. Many bugs have been fixed, including a problem with pasting archives split across several CDROMs.
Release Notes: This release adds One Button Disaster Recovery (OBDR). make install will create a script named /usr/sbin/mkcdrec; you can use the command mkcdrec instead of the make instructions. Lots of minor corrections have been made to 0.8.0.
Release Notes: mkCDrec This release supports the IA64 architecture and uses busybox-1.0-pre10 for its magic.
Release Notes: This release adds support for memdisk and VMware. A new feature is cloning a software RAID disk set to a single IDE or SCSI disk. The resizing function has been improved (especially to lower disk capacity). Several bugfixes and requests from users have been applied.
Release Notes: This release supports cdrecord's new ATAPI mechanism. Important fixes include better detection of the bootloader and Linux kernel (especially for SuSE). There is a minor fix in cloning software RAID disks, and some tweaks for supporting Linux 2.6 kernels and module-init-tools.
Release Notes: Most fixes for this release are related to PXE netbooting. For more details see the handout from the presentation "Making mkCDrec PXE aware" (available on November 29th).