22 July, 2006


Bag of Little Fixes

mondo-2.08-2-3 and mindi-1.08-2-1 are now in incoming and hopefully soon at a Debian mirror near you.

Apart from (finally) fixing the compiler warnings on amd64 by changing some int variables to long and a fix for image sizes getting wrongfully changed in mondorestore's partition editor, this is mainly about reducing screen corruption during restore - for people using RAID and/or LVM, the newt screens should not get partially or totally overwritten by some crap anymore.

I spent quite some time on the screen corruption fixes, partially because I have little knowledge of newt, partially because restore runs are always a pain to trouble-shoot and partially (especially in retrospect) because I can be a bit thick at times. ;-) However, I feel that fixing these types of "cosmetic" issues is well worth the effort, because it improves user experience and increases faith in the software - pretty important, particularly the latter, especially for disaster recovery software like Mondo Rescue. (It obviously still has to live up to it! ;-))

The new versions were tested on sid amd64 and i386 with native kernels and using NFS as backup media. Oh, and mindi should now also build out of the box on Ubuntu Dapper Drake.

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