Release Notes: This release fixes the behavior of the "Check and Repair Disk-N Filesystem" (Option 6) in the "Disk-N Configuration Menu". It fixes mounting of storage disks as read-only, allows for use of the "@" character in the "Change Workgroup" (Option 6) in the "Network Configuration Menu". The Adaptec 24XX hardware RAID kernel driver is included (missing in 2.00). The kernel core has been updated to 2.4.32.
Release Notes: SMB/CIFS, NFS, FTP, HTTP, and rsync are supported for exporting file systems. IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB, and FireWire connected fixed disk drives are supported. Hardware RAID support was added.
Release Notes: The SMB/CIFS master browser capability was enabled. Minor fixes were made in the status info generator along with a general code cleanup. A floppy disk utility that allows booting on machines unable to boot from USB was included.
Release Notes: The SMB/CIFS master browser capability was enabled. Minor fixes were made in the status info generator along with a general code cleanup.
Release Notes: Eliminates the 4 GB SMB/CIFS file size limit. Has enhanced auto-configuration for improved boot-time management. The status info generator has been updated to accommodate changes.
Release Notes: The MBR was modified to improve compatibility and allow booting on some previously unsupported hardware. Minor updates were made to the USB Flash Disk programming utility. The initialization sequence was modified to better handle slow-to-respond USB hardware. The Administration Utility was enhanced. A S.M.A.R.T. status enable/disable option was added. A forced manual filesystem check was added.
Release Notes: This release adds an enhanced administration utility, a S.M.A.R.T. status enabling/disabling option, and forced manual filesystem checks.
Release Notes: A minor bug in the Administration Utility that would cause a failure when configuring a fixed disk that holds no partition information was fixed.
Release Notes: It is now possible to boot the system directly from a CD-ROM. High performance Mbit and Gbit network transfers were implemented along with support for simultaneously exporting SMB/CIFS, NFS, FTP, and HTTP file systems.