Release Notes: The user may now specify the CDRW device, rather than letting Mondo guess. SCSI, LBA, and multi-CDR bugs have been fixed. Mondo should now run on 386s and 486s.
Release Notes: Minor multi-CD bugs have been fixed. An Australian mirror has been added.
Release Notes: It is now possible to use Mondo to backup a Windows-only PC to CD-R.
Release Notes: A new --burn-cds <speed> switch to create images and burn CDs with one command, and lots of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Dual-boot Linux/Win98 systems are now backed up and restored perfectly, including boot sectors. Restored files are verified against their MD5 signatures, which were calculated during the backup phase. Compare Mode lets the user nondestructively compare a rescue CD with the current filesystem, to give extra confidence that the CD copy is 'good'.
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.