Release Notes: This release incorporates a number of bugfixes and BIOS bug workarounds.
Release Notes: This release fixed EXTLINUX, which was unfortunately broken in 3.50 due to a one-character typo.
Release Notes: This is a major new feature release that includes the ability to chainload a new configuration file at runtime, possibly from a custom module. A new "RAID mode" makes booting from RAID-1 more reliable. A number of new APIs have been added to make the writing of custom modules easier. There are a number of other enhancements to the menu system, as well as support for the "include" directive in the configuration file.
Release Notes: This release adds subdirectory support for SYSLINUX and EDD support for MEMDISK. It adds some workarounds for BIOS issues.
Release Notes: The simple menu system (menu.c32 and vesamenu.c32) now supports loading more than one configuration file at a time, using MENU INCLUDE or by specifying multiple filenames. The MENU COLOR statement can now control the shadowing mode.
Release Notes: This release adds a new full-color VESA graphical API, which is used by the simple menu system and can be used by user applications. It has a few more utilities for selective autobooting, and the RPM package has been refactored.
Release Notes: This is a release candidate for version 3.30. This adds a new full-color graphical menu system.
Release Notes: This version clears up a bunch of old limitations, supports building against klibc, and supports boot decisions based on DMI information.
Release Notes: This release fixes some additional bugs and generally improves the user interface.
Release Notes: This release is primarily a bug sweep release, which should improve reliability on most systems.