Release Notes: The program now checks that a whether or not a user is ignoring compiler warnings at compile-time, and aborts if they are. At backup-time, it checks that mondo-restore was compiled correctly. The optimal set size is now 24MB (before compression), and the failsafe kernel is now operational.
Release Notes: Many bugs in the Compare Mode have been fixed, and Nuke Mode no longer tries to sanitize your fstab or lilo.conf files.
Release Notes: Support for the --use-lzo switch (which uses Marcus Oberhumer's LZOP compression program to cut backup time in half), and miscellaneous feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Most users will no longer find it necessary to recompile their kernels. Mondo now works with Mandrake 8.1 and Red Hat 7.1 (and with their default kernels). Tape support added.
Release Notes: A Newt-based user interface has been added to the backup engine, giving much better feedback. The core of the backup program has been ported to C, making it faster and more stable.
Release Notes: The interactive restore process now includes a partition table editor to let you re-jig the layout before you restore your data. There is better support of mke2fs disk labels. Lots of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Lots of bugs that stopped CDs from being toasted properly have been fixed. When Mondo occasionally triggers a pipe bug in bash, mondo-askme detects it and works around it. There is now a stock 2.4.7 kernel you may use, in case your kernel is not suitable for the bootable CD.
Release Notes: There is a new, more attractive restore-time interface. The documentation has been updated, and there are lots of minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Lots of minor bugfixes and enhancements, and a fix for a retry/fail/abort loop bug.