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  •  20 Nov 2009 22:26
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    Release Notes: Gzipped files are now supported. This release fixes memory detection on older systems (DMI type 6 can work around type 17). It fixes processor detection on older systems, and fixes typos in MBRs' names. Grub2 subversion detection has been added. Serial output is disabled by default to increasing rendering speed. Dead code has been removed. CLI memory corruption and a double line in the menu mode have been fixed. HDT's background has been added for the VESA mode, and a VESA mode has been added for the CLI.

    •  09 Nov 2009 16:09
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      Release Notes: Bootloader and MBR detection. Cmenu now uses libansi. SMI detection has been added and enhanced. Inactive items are now brighter to improve readability. There is a new reboot command. Automatic commands have been added (this release can be used to run an automatic diagnostic when booting HDT).

      •  29 Oct 2009 10:56
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        Release Notes: In the disk menu, the "show disks" command reports the detected MBR and bootloader. Cmenu now uses the libansi. This improves the rendering, reduces the CPU load, and allows serial output. Note that minicom doesn't seems to render the ANSI codes correctly. The Comboot file (.c32) is built for Syslinux 3.83.

        •  29 Oct 2009 10:50
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          Release Notes: SMBIOS was added in the CLI, including memory module support, cache information, system boot information, system configuration options, system reset, on board devices information, OEM strings, and hardware security information. The firmware revision is only output when present. The disklib logic was reimplemented to parse extended partitions correctly. The CLI in hdt was updated and tested both on Qemu (with a Debian Lenny installation) and on a DELL E6400 (with 6 partitions). The menu and CLI now use the new disk interfaces. One memory corruption that occurs when displaying partitions was fixed.

          •  05 May 2009 20:01
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            Release Notes: Memory can be reached via the new "memory>" mode. Memory mapping display (e820, e801, e88). The cursor is now blinking. Backspace behavior has been fixed. The cursor doesn't disappear anymore. Help display has been optimized to not flood the console.

            •  04 May 2009 11:25
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              Release Notes: Disk detection was improved. Minor visual improvements and bugfixes were also done regarding the VPD and PCI display. The "dmi> show memory" command doesn't clear the screen anymore. The menu mode is now full screen.

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