Release Notes: There have been a number of major improvements to Userful MultiSeat 4.1 since its Beta Release. USB multiseat device hotplugging is more stable. The User Administration Tool can work properly even if UMs is enabled. This release supports DVI output mode. Numerous bugfixes have been implemented. Performance is improved with a properly loaded driver patch to improve the video performance when using SiliconMotion video cards. Usability has been improved with new icons in the system tray, as well as the removal of redundant error messages when changes to resolutions are made in Userful Control Center.
Release Notes: This major release includes new features and many bugfixes. It supports shared resource computing using both USB multiseat devices and video cards. The System Tray now handles USB storage devices. Security has improved. The stability of USB multiseat device hotplugging has improved. Device assignment is now more stable when running more than eight stations. The Userful Control Center is now more robust and functions well when there's no network connection. Audio output has improved.
Release Notes: Additional USB MultiSeat devices are now supported, including the HP T150 (with power adapter), Atrust M200 & M202 (with power adapter), and the GWC DU2600 (with power adapter, only up to 9 stations). Several usability issues related to the absence of a network connection have been resolved. A number of bugfixes in the DisplayLink chipset driver have been implemented. A new MCT chipset driver with improved stability has been integrated.
Release Notes: There have been major improvements since the recent Beta release. Support for 32-bit Ubuntu 10.04 has been added. A serious problem was fixed with the Ubuntu GDM package for 32-bit systems. The Linux kernel was patched to better support systems with 10 or more stations. All GUI elements have undergone changes for usability. iTALC integration was enhanced. All key GUI elements now support these languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean. USB multiseat device hotplugging is more stable. Numerous bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first official release of Userful's next-generation Userful Multiseat software. Advantages of the new architecture include improved performance, improved support for a wider array of USB devices using both DisplayLink and MCT chipsets, improved USB keyboard and audio device handling to allow more stations to work effectively on one computer, support for USB-connected station hotplugging, and support for 3D graphics.
Release Notes: This evaluation release provides a preview features that will be included in 4.0, and expands support for recent Linux distributions such as Ubuntu 10.04 and Debian 5. It supports all major USB multiseat devices, including the HP t100, Wyse E01, NComputing U170, MCT MWS 8820, and MWS 8840, as well as standard video cards. It introduces Userful's DisplayLink driver for Linux, the DL-Driver v.0.90 Beta. It features 3D software rendering support and improved monitor, USB keyboard, and audio device handling.
Release Notes: This release is a stable release with additional bug fixes over Userful Multiplier 3.7 Beta. Like the Beta, it supports Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10, Fedora 11, and SLED 11. Multi-X has been upgraded to use X11R7.4 (xorg-server 1.5.3). This release supports newer versions of GDM (2.22 or higher). There are a large number of hardware support and hardware-related fault tolerance improvements. An X server problem with starting more than 6 GNOME sessions has been resolved. There are a number of install/uninstall experience improvements and improved localization (translations) of the user interface text.
Release Notes: This release supports Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10, Fedora 11, and SLED 11. Multi-X has been upgraded to use X11R7.4 (xorg-server 1.5.3). This release supports newer versions of GDM (2.22 or higher). There are a large number of hardware support and hardware-related fault tolerance improvements. An X server problem with starting more than 6 Gnome sessions has been resolved. There are a number of Install/uninstall experience improvements, and improved localization (translations) of user interface text.
Release Notes: This release supports more Linux distributions (Fedora 8). It has better USB hotplugging support. An issue with X crashing due to invalid configurations was fixed. The X config generation procedure has been upgraded. KDM config version 2.3 is supported. PulseAudio support for Multistation Sound has been added.
Release Notes: Support for Fedora 7, openSUSE 10.2, SLED10 SP1, Mandriva 2008, and Ubuntu 7.10 was added. The software is now available from Ubuntu Multiverse and can be installed using Ubuntu's "Add/Remove" tool. The licensing module was enhanced. The maximum number of X input devices was increased. The INSTALL/UNINSTALL program was upgraded. A better user interface and automatic version checking were provided.