Release Notes: Various bugfixes (an exclude/include dir issue and rounding disk computation) and some new drivers.
Release Notes: This is the first step of the "Long Time Support" approach for MondoRescue. The goal is to provide you with mostly bugfixes, as well as minimal changes to allow for support teams and stable environments to be disrupted as little as possible. In particular, this version fixes #363, #364, and #367, improves Debian/Ubuntu support, and provides a "nolvm" option.
Release Notes: A mindi man page has been added. This release has USB keyboard support, FHS compliance, RPM builds for Fedora Core 4, SLES 9, Red Hat 7.3, RHEL 3/4, Mandriva 2006.0, and Mandrake 10.2/10.1. PXE mode has been greatly improved. X11 build is disabled by default. There are many code cleanups and small fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds early support for IA-64 (RHEL 3), as well as a new -p option (Cf man page). Many bugfixes have been integrated from various contributors.
Release Notes: ACLs and extended attributes are now supported.
Release Notes: The file archiver 'star' (an SELINUX-friendly replacement for 'afio') is now supported. Tape users may now specify the block size to be used. Mandrake 10 (32 and 64-bit), SuSE Openexchange 4.1, and Fedora Core 1 and 2 (32 and 64-bit) are now supported. The AMD-64 architecture is now supported. If no major bugs are found in this snapshot, 2.0 will be released shortly.
Release Notes: This late beta version features a pop-up list of changed files, at end of verification phase, better documentation, faster backups, a newbie-friendly GUI, and some minor security fixes.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were added, as was a new interface for the selective restoration of archived files.
Release Notes: Many bugs in the Compare Mode have been fixed, and Nuke Mode no longer tries to sanitize your fstab or lilo.conf files.
Release Notes: Support for the --use-lzo switch (which uses Marcus Oberhumer's LZOP compression program to cut backup time in half), and miscellaneous feature enhancements and bugfixes.