Release Notes: Issuing a warning if the kernel is 2.4.[0-5] (and therefore could have buggy loopfs code), offering to retry if it fails to burn a CD, and testing with RAID 0, 1, and 5.
Release Notes: RAID is now supported. Lots of bugs have been fixed. The FAQ has been updated. Installation is smoother now.
Release Notes: Mostly cosmetic changes and bugfixes, the restore engine now has an attractive ncurses-based interface, and the backup engine has the '--differential' option to let you backup the last N days of changed files instead of your whole system.
Release Notes: This release accepts multiple "--bkpath" backup paths, does better cleanup at the end of a run, is available as a tarball, an RPM, and an SRPM, and adds minor bugfixes. The "--burn-cds" parameter now pipes mkisofs's output to cdrecord instead of saving the ISO images to disk.
Release Notes: This release is 30% faster than the previous version, supports CDRWs, JFS, ext3, ReiserFS, XFS, and ext2 assuming your kernel does, works with default kernel and tools instead of proprietry ones, and includes a slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release is intended for Linux 2.4.x users. It has the same bugfixes that are present in 0.981 but it now utilizes the 2.4.1 kernel and modules. Mondo is now available as an RPM, SRPM, or tarball.
Release Notes: The missing binary (dd) has been added. Mondo has been found to be partially 2.4-compatible. Feedback is requested.
Release Notes: C portions of Mondo are now automatically recompiled at install time. A corrupt tarball has been fixed. Mondo is now confirmed as CDRW-compatible.
Release Notes: Improvements in finding SCSI CDROMs at restore-time, ignoring NFS partitions instead of choking on them, and a new mailing list.
Release Notes: This release includes all required binaries and libraries. Each rescue CD will now contain 20MB of overheads, 50MB less than previous releases. ReiserFS is now supported. This is an alpha-quality release.