Release Notes: USB key/disk support was added. Initial Itanium support (RHEL) was added. Ubuntu 7.10 support was added.
Release Notes: The 2.0x branch contains the following functionality which the 1.6x branch did not: DVD support, 2.6.x kernel support, optional use of star instead of afio, rudimentary SELINUX support, rewritten tape support including user-specified block sizes, AMD64 support, rudimentary IA64 support, proper GRUB support, much-improved LVM and LVM-on-RAID support, and lots of Debian-friendly changes to the source code.
Release Notes: The original atime/ctime of large files will now be restored correctly. The default boot loader is detected more accurately. FreeBSD support was added and miscellaneous bugfixes were made. German filenames are now handled properly. Rudimentary SME support was added, and the noresize, donteject, and textonly boot modes were improved.
Release Notes: This release supports multiple tapes more reliably. Archives contain 3 levels of checksums for purposes of verification. A bootable Mondo CD may now be used with any set of Mondo archives (tape or CD). Non-RAID to RAID migration is now easier and more reliable. GRUB is supported properly for RAID users. Raw boot sector backup/restore is now supported. Mondo is now pre-packaged for ArkLinux, Red Hat, and Mandrake.
Release Notes: Mondoarchive and mondorestore no longer require command-line parameters, although they are still supported. Mondoarchive autodetects and configures most hardware and will ask you pertinent questions rather than expect you to know about its commandline options. Mondorestore allows you to restore from 1.5x archives stored on the media you specify, with or without rebooting. A given boot disk may now be used with any set of 1.5x archives. Multi-tape support has been improved.
Release Notes: Compression may now be disabled. The user may choose between LILO and syslinux as the boot loader of the disaster recovery CD/boot floppy. NFS and tape bugs have been fixed. Signal-catching has been improved.
Release Notes: The command-line switches have been replaced with clearer, easier ones. A man page has been included in this release. Almost all shell scripts have been replaced with programs written in C. There is now a proper pick-and-choose selective restore function. The user may backup a non-Linux partition with '-x (device)'. Mondo now lets you backup over a network to an NFS partition, later restoring over the network from bare metal if necessary.
Release Notes: Minor improvements to the NFS-handling code have been made. Source code has been beautified. Mondo may now be installed in almost any directory. Multi-character switches have been replaced with one-letter switches. A man page has been prepared and included. Mondo estimates the number of media required by the current backup session. Ownership and permissions of large files are recorded more reliably now.
Release Notes: Tape support has been rewritten completely. It is now possible to boot and restore from one floppy + one tape. NFS support has been implemented. Users may boot from 2-3 floppies and restore over the network. Disk imaging for NTFS and other non-Linux filesystems is fully supported now. You may also play Tetris while you restore (yes, really).
Release Notes: This version permits the archival of NTFS and any other non-Linux partitions.