Release Notes: Many bugfixes, enhancements, and new features. Backup images are now GZIP compressed for smaller size, and automatically split into 2GB files for easier storage and better compatibility. Partclone was upgraded to 0.2.12. Any errors are now output to a log file for easier debugging. Local FTP servers are now automatically found along with Windows file shares. Boot options have been changed to make it easier to see boot progress after language selection. A splash screen has been added to USB installations. There are many more additions.
Release Notes: This is a major upgrade, converting the live CD base from Ubuntu 10.10 to 12.04 LTS to provide better hardware support for more devices. The drive reset utility now allows multiple drives to be reset simultaneously. Better progress reporting based on partition sizes was implemented. Conformance with Ubuntu Remix guidelines was improved. Window titlebars are now provided for easier navigation. Time now syncs to local machine time rather than forcing a timezone. A beep is given when long processes complete. Other enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release adds many requested enhancements. Spaces now allowed in network file share names. Warnings are included for the disk space free on the destination drive. An error is reported if restoration fails due to a nonexistent partition. Long lists of partitions are size-limited in the dropdown so they fit on the screen. The newest stable partclone binaries have been added to the live CD image.
Release Notes: This release improves on the stability and features of the 1.0.0 release by adding LVM tools (system-config-lvm), fixing support for HFS+ filesystems, and applying some minor changes to the live CD boot menu to support loading the system to RAM as an option (so a CD-ROM drive can be used for reading a backup or burning a CD).
Release Notes: This release includes an important bugfix to allow users to save to NTFS-formatted drives, such as external USB drives.
Release Notes: This release begins the planned conversion to an updated Ubuntu 10.10 live CD base, built from scratch, to provide more complete hardware support for more devices, a better upgrade path for future releases, and easier ability to customize the live CD or add features and patches.