Release Notes: MD5 checksums are now created at archive-time and utilized at restore-time to verify that the restored files are identical to the filesystem originals. When booting from a rescue CD, the user may choose to nondestructively compare the CD's archives with the original filesystem.
Release Notes: Large data files (100MB+) are now backed up properly. Lots of other bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, and a less paranoid overhead-list.
Release Notes: Bugfix release.
Release Notes: Distribution-independence, and restoring of all boot sectors.
Release Notes: This release is much easier to use. It has archived and restored the author's OS without data loss.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes, a '--exclude-paths' switch, MBRs saved/restored, better sanity-checking, faster restore, and updated tarball of kernel modules.
Release Notes: Rescue CDs can now include kernel modules using --include (tarball), sanity checking of the partition list before data is restored, and multi-CD rescue sets now restore correctly.
Release Notes: Major bugs which prevented gzip-based archives from restoring were fixed.
Release Notes: Lots more sanity-checking, slightly different switches from v0.90 (e.g. '--comp-level <1-9>'), filelist-chopping and -tarballing subroutines now run in parallel (faster), better path-checking, visual feedback & switch-checking, and lots of bugfixes.