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  •  13 Apr 2001 20:20
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    Release Notes: Full pathname support in ISOLINUX, and extensions to the PXELINUX filename limit.

    •  13 Apr 2001 08:52
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      Release Notes: ISOLINUX now supports full pathname lookups. The maximum filename length in PXELINUX has been changed to 64.

      •  10 Apr 2001 20:24
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        Release Notes: Support for graphical splash and help screens, and addition of ISOLINUX, a program which boots Linux from CD-ROMs without using "floppy emulation" mode.

        •  10 Apr 2001 16:21
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          Release Notes: Message files are now allowed to contain conditional sections depending on the current display mode. Minor graphics and error-handling fixes were made.

          •  09 Apr 2001 09:00
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            Release Notes: ISOLINUX is now expected to actually work, and a number of graphics bugs have been fixed in all three programs. This version is a 1.60 release candidate.

            •  08 Apr 2001 09:26
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              Release Notes: This release introduces ISOLINUX, a new SYSLINUX derivative which boots Linux from an ISO 9660 filesystem, without having to use "floppy emulation" mode. This is very much a test release, expect bugs.

              •  05 Apr 2001 21:41
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                Release Notes: Support for a graphical splash screen.

                •  30 Mar 2001 07:35
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                  Release Notes: This release removes the implicit addition of "auto" to the default command line, due to it causing some problems, and also includes fixes for various broken systems.

                  •  17 Mar 2001 15:33
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                    Release Notes: This release renames pxelinux.bin to pxelinux.0, updates the DHCP/boot server setup documentation, supports a new 'localhost' option for 'label' sections, more robustly parses DHCP/boot server packets, and includes a small program named 'gethostip' to compute hexadecimal IP addresses.

                    •  08 Feb 2001 13:52
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                      Release Notes: This version fixes major bugs in PXELINUX; the changes should have little or no effect on SYSLINUX. It also adds the ability to generate an ip= option for the kernel, for the case when the server is configured so that kernel DHCP and PXE DHCP would return different addresses.

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