Release Notes: The ability to boot off USB media (and save its config there, just like on floppy). The ability for the sender to start a boot server (DHCP + TFTP) off of which the receivers can now boot (only available for the USB or CD images). Busybox is now compiled against uclibc, which leads to much smaller sizes. Thus, the pre-built udpflop.img is now back, with the most frequently used net and disk modules included.
Release Notes: Statistics are printed less often (only once every half second or at a configurable interval). A workaround was made for an lseek bug on Linux. A longer DHCP timeout is used in order to deal with slow switches.
Release Notes: The kernel was upgraded to 126.96.36.199 and busybox was upgraded to 1.5.1. The code was adapted to Solaris 10 x86 by adding includes and configure checks. A patch was made to fix parallel make and make DESTDIR=/tmp/xxx install. gcc4 warnings were addressed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of typos in socklib.c. Ports above 32768 now work correctly.
Release Notes: An issue with UDP receiving to stdout has been fixed.
Release Notes: Line-counting for modules.pcimap was fixed for the embedded system. The documentation for the --broadcast flag of udpcast was fixed.
Release Notes: Adapted to the new directory structure of the SATA/PATA drivers in the Linux kernel.
Release Notes: An uninitialized variable in udp-receiver.c was fixed.
Release Notes: This release now compiles cleanly on Darwin. The code was adapted to be compatible with Linux kernel 188.8.131.52 and busybox 1.3.2. The --start-timeout feature was added in receiver.
Release Notes: In pregenerated images, IGMP level is set to v1 in order to accomodate certain switches. In the menu system, all block devices except ramdisk and floppy are listed, rather than only IDE and SCSI disks. Logging was improved. Miscellaneous bugs were fixed, including multiple prompt messages with --rexmit-hello-interval, a buffer overrun on the Windows version, and hdparm failure with exotic device names (cciss/c0d0).