Release Notes: User-mode linux has been updated to the 2.4.0-test4 kernel. Bugfixes, including removing a crash when run with the wrong stacksize limit and a hang when run on a recent kernel.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, asynchronous block device I/O, and removal of the fhd device.
Release Notes: This release has been updated to 2.3.99-pre9. A device interrupt system has been added which gives much better responsiveness, especially when running X. Some bugs have been fixed, including the console stair-stepping and the hang that some people saw when running a kernel that they had compiled from source.
Release Notes: Updates for 2.3.99-pre8, kernel modules now work, and as of 2.2.15, the stock stable kernels can run the user-mode kernel without needing to be patched.
Release Notes: Updates were made so that it is now based on 2.3.99-pre6 kernel release. The network driver is now configurable enough to allow multiple virtual machines to form a network with the host. The idle loop sleeps rather than spinning. A number of signal-related bugs were fixed. If you're using devfs, you now need to put "devfs=mount" on the command line.
Release Notes: The binaries now include support for the vfat, minix, and iso9660 filesystems, and for a.out executables. Many changes and enhancements were made to the drivers. A number of bugs were fixed in the kernel proper, eliminating a variety of crashes and hangs. Some performance enhancements increase the overall speed and the responsiveness of the kernel. It is now possible to telnet in and out of the kernel. X clients can now display both locally and remotely. Some more specialized tools, like strace and several distribution install procedures, also work now.
Release Notes: kernel and user-level devfs support.
Release Notes: Updates for kernel 2.3.46.
Release Notes: An update to 2.3.36, preemption, and better performance in low-memory situations (this fixes the problems that a number of people had with the previous version not working out of the box).
Release Notes: Virtual console and command line support, block device and memory size configuration, swapping, and a few more system calls.