Release Notes: A bunch of small build errors were fixed.
Release Notes: Mostly cosmetic changes were made to the source tree and the Debian packaging.
Release Notes: The code was cleaned up to compile against ppp version 2.4.3.
Release Notes: Better handling of DNS errors, improved support for setting variables for CLI and the connect speed, and a new ability to append values.
Release Notes: Support for caller line identification has been added. A bug in the callback code has been fixed, as well as some bugs in ctlportslave that resulted in SEGV or in incorrect data display. It can now compile on systems with older libc6-dev setup.
Release Notes: Local authentication works properly, and works with MD5 shadow passwords. Now you can run it without a RADIUS server. Basic IPv6 support has been added. Now it can talk to an IPv6 capable RADIUS server (if there is one). This change isn't very useful, as there doesn't seem to be an IPv6 RADIUS server available. But the code structure changes allow further IPv6 development with ease.
Release Notes: A new config directive for DCD related setting "%d" was added, and a bug with rlogin/ssh where Portslave tried to connect to 0.0.0.0 was fixed.
Release Notes: The chat code has been rewritten and supports the "ABORT" keyword. Better logging has been added to help solve problems. This release works with either pppd 2.4.0 or 2.4.1; it logs packets and bytes sent and received. It now uses much less memory and supports more serial ports (port numbers up to 2^31). All config file options can now be set on a per-port basis; this means that config files are not compatible with old versions (but only need a minor change).
Release Notes: RFC fixes for Framed-Route, Filter-ID, and Reply-Message. Several fixes. Requires more testing.
Release Notes: This version brings us very close a final 1.2.0 release. It contains many bug fixes, enhancements, and pppd 2.3.8. It is not extensivly tested, but is believed to be the most stable current version. It contains various security fixes not found previously. It is a recommended upgrade.