Release Notes: This release fixes a serious hang in the previous release.
Release Notes: The ability for the sending machine to act as a DHCP server was added. However, there are still some rough edges with this feature.
Release Notes: This release has quite a few improvements over the 0.82 release. It has been upgraded to the 2.4.20 kernel via a new base taken from Slackware 9. PCMCIA is now supported. The CD is now ejected again.
Release Notes: This has quite a few improvements over the 0.81 release. All of the modules are available, though not all are autoscanned, so you'll have to do things semi-manually for some cards. There is an attempt at NFS, but it does not do anything of use yet. The udp-up, init-up, and nfs-up scripts exist directly on the CD instead of initrd.img for easier modification.
Release Notes: This release adds a tulip.o.gz module and changes name of the distribution to Phrealon Linux to avoid trademark issues.