Release Notes: This release fixes additional severe bugs in the application of the new core code into PXELINUX and ISOLINUX.
Release Notes: This version fixes a "brown paper bag" class bug from the 1.70 release. The 1.70 release should not be used.
Release Notes: A major rewrite of some of the internals, and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This prerelease is available to test out a rewrite of some of the internals. This will make it possible to support multiple ramfs input files in the future, using the Linux 2.5 "initramfs" protocol.
Release Notes: This version fixes a memory-allocation problem that affected a small number of systems with odd-sized reserved areas terminating usable high memory. It is functionally identical to release 1.67-pre1.
Release Notes: Problems with building from source using certain versions of gcc have been fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes for some compilation problems some users had with version1.65 and gcc 2.95/2.96.
Release Notes: Version 1.65 greatly improves the ability to boot legacy operating systems. It includes a new tool, MEMDISK, that can boot most legacy operating systems from an in-memory image that can be loaded using any standard Linux bootloader. It also includes native support for BIOS emulation (if the BIOS is working properly) in ISOLINUX. Additionally, this release fixes some longstanding bugs with extremely large ramdisk images in PXELINUX and ISOLINUX.
Release Notes: Making the memory query calls in MEMDISK actually return anything but garbage.
Release Notes: This version adds MEMDISK, a new driver which allows legacy operating systems to be booted over the net or from CD-ROM.