Release Notes: There are many, many, improvements. It now includes support for ext2, ext3, FAT (12, 16, and 32 bit), JFS, Reiserfs, and XFS. Hardware autodetection, modular kernel, i386, IA64, and PPC support are now standard.
Release Notes: This release has new tools for copying images (cpimage), renaming old images (mvimage), deleting old images (rmimage), configuring network booting on your imageserver (mkbootserver), and creating or updating an autoinstall script without running getimage (mkautoinstallscript). It also has man pages, a framework for multi-architecture support, and FHS compliance.
Release Notes: All security-sensitive operations can optionally be performed over SSH. There is a new utility (lsimage) for listing available images, and another (pushupdate) for pushing updates from your imageserver. Logging capabilities have been improved via pushupdate. There are a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes, updates, and new features.
Release Notes: Functionality across systems with different-sized disks, improved support for Debian and ext3, support for Red Hat 7 and LABEL= syntax in /etc/fstab, inclusion of a kit for modifying initrd.gz, many bugfixes, and when using DHCP, the imageserver can be a different machine from the DHCP server.
Release Notes: Support for software RAID and a couple of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release supports ext2, ext3, reiserfs, use without DHCP, and more.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.