Release Notes: This release fixes a critical bug with bzip2 recovery (broken in 2.2.2).
Release Notes: For coherency, /var/log/mondoarchive.log is the new log file name and now includes mindi.log. Additionally, /var/log/mondorestore.log is the new log file name for restoration (under /tmp during the restore process). RHEL 5, Debian 4.0 (aka Etch), and Mandriva 2007.1 have mondo packages. initramfs is now supported (for FC5/6, Debian 3.1/4.0, etc.) as well as UUID. There are many bugfixes (mindi will never ever erase your /home again, and the -G option for gzip will now work).
Release Notes: This release works on x86_64 correctly. AFS support has been added. There is a new mindi-busybox module. This release fixes bonding support and many other bugs.
Release Notes: Improvements in LVM, LABEL, keyboard, and NFS+PXE BurnProof support. Build process support for Debian and SLES 10 has been added.
Release Notes: In this version, a showstopper bug, affecting NTFS users, was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs related to RAID, boot devices, SME Linux, Debian, and CD writer detection.
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: You can boot from CD/floppies and type 'mondorestore --mbr' to restore your MBR. syslinux/isolinux is used by floppy/CD by default now; to use LILO instead, call mondoarchive with the '-o' flag. There is better DevFS support.
Release Notes: Restoring to a path other than /mnt/RESTORING, ability to use drives which insist on 32K block size, and a new -0 option to opt out of using compression.
Release Notes: Serious bugs affecting tape drive and RAID users have been fixed. Laptop users are better supported.