Release Notes: This version should work on keyboard-controllerless hardware, such as embedded gear or recent legacy-free PCs.
Release Notes: A hack for BIOS drivers which hog significant chunks of low memory during boot; depending what the reason is for the memory hole, a new kernel (2.4.0-test3-pre3 or later) may be required. The default installer binary is compiled against glibc 2.1. The Linux installer program supports -o <offset> option, which does a loopback mount with the -o loop,offset=<> option. Inclusion of the source code to a Master Boot Record (MBR) functionally equivalent to the one installed in DOS except it includes EBIOS support, and should be resistant to geometry changes. A fix was also made in PXELINUX for the "double p" bug: if the tftp prefix was null, all filenames would get a "p" preprended, e.g. "ppxelinux.cfg" and "pvmlinux".
Release Notes: A workaround for PXE ROMs based on the Intel PXE PDK 3.0 build 071 and earlier, handling of larger BOOTP/DHCP packages, fixed command line passing, working COMBOOT images, and documentation on how to make booting work using the PDK 3.0-derived clients (which aren't so generous as to allow booting with only "PXEClient" specified).