08 January, 2007

 

Debian Pre-Release of Mondo Rescue 2.2.1

Preliminary Debian packages for Mondo Rescue 2.2.1 are available at the usual place: http://people.debian.org/~andree/packages/. (r1021 is the SVN revision of the actual 2.2.1 release.)

The new version comes with quite an impressive list of fixes and enhancements as can be seen on the Mondo Rescue website. The new '-G' option which allows for using gzip as the compressor is my personal favourite as it really speeds things up! Also, I've finally gotten around to fixing #222065 and there is no more unsolicited creation of directories in /var/cache anymore (neither submitted upstream yet).

Unfortunately, there are a few issues:
Anyway, apart from the above, things seem to be ok. Give it a try if you like! If you do find more issues, let us know via the mailing list and - even better - send a patch. ;-)

Other than that, (belated) Happy New Year to everyone! :-)

Comments:
At www.mondo.org I've read this version needs mindi-busybox 1.2.2. Does it apply to these new packages?. In that case, where can I get the new mindi-busybox?
Thanks for your great work
 
Hi jredrejo,

The mindi-busybox 1.2.1 package in Debian should be just fine as far as I can tell.

Cheers,
Andree
 
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