Release Notes: The 2.0x branch contains the following functionality which the 1.6x branch did not: DVD support, 2.6.x kernel support, optional use of star instead of afio, rudimentary SELINUX support, rewritten tape support including user-specified block sizes, AMD64 support, rudimentary IA64 support, proper GRUB support, much-improved LVM and LVM-on-RAID support, and lots of Debian-friendly changes to the source code.
Release Notes: The file archiver 'star' (an SELINUX-friendly replacement for 'afio') is now supported. Tape users may now specify the block size to be used. Mandrake 10 (32 and 64-bit), SuSE Openexchange 4.1, and Fedora Core 1 and 2 (32 and 64-bit) are now supported. The AMD-64 architecture is now supported. If no major bugs are found in this snapshot, 2.0 will be released shortly.
Release Notes: Mondo no longer relies on GRUB's grub-install script, which is broken for /dev/md0 boot devices. Bugs in Mondo's LVM-on-RAID support have been fixed. Source-level support for Debian's LFS noncompliance has been improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs related to RAID, boot devices, SME Linux, Debian, and CD writer detection.
Release Notes: The original atime/ctime of large files will now be restored correctly. The default boot loader is detected more accurately. FreeBSD support was added and miscellaneous bugfixes were made. German filenames are now handled properly. Rudimentary SME support was added, and the noresize, donteject, and textonly boot modes were improved.
Release Notes: Mandrake 9.1 is now supported. Major bugs in NFS and ISO support have been fixed. Memory leaks have been fixed. The bootable Mondo CD now accepts command-line parameters at boot-time to disable CD ejection and/or auto-resizing of partitions to fit a hard disk. Mondoarchive runs itself at nice level 20 to minimize system bottlenecks.
Release Notes: Mondo is now more accommodating to non-standard Linux distributions, such as Debian. NFS and ISO support has been improved. The restore-time UI is now easier to understand. Mondo more reliably modifies fstab, grub.conf, lilo.conf to suit new disk geometries.
Release Notes: Various LVM- and RAID-related bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Various minor bugs were fixed. Mondo is now better at finding and mounting the correct CD-ROM drive when verifying CD-based archives, in the event that your PC has more than one CD-ROM drive.
Release Notes: This release supports multiple tapes more reliably. Archives contain 3 levels of checksums for purposes of verification. A bootable Mondo CD may now be used with any set of Mondo archives (tape or CD). Non-RAID to RAID migration is now easier and more reliable. GRUB is supported properly for RAID users. Raw boot sector backup/restore is now supported. Mondo is now pre-packaged for ArkLinux, Red Hat, and Mandrake.