|07/07/2004:||redWall 0.5.4 BUG FIX Release 0.5.4c released|
A "major" bug in mysql (related to the environment on the cd) has been fixed in this release (again ;-) ... please upgrade any 0.5.4 release prior to 0.5.4c if you need mysql support !
|01/07/2004:||Version 0.5.4 RELEASED|
Let's see what we've got in this release :-)
|05/05/2004:||redWall 0.5.3 BUG FIX Release 0.5.3c released|
A"major" bug in mysql has been fixed in this release... please upgrade any 0.5.3 release prior to 0.5.3c if you need mysql support !
|05/05/2004:||Documentation updated / new fancy Screenshots added :-)|
- I've just added some more screenshots of the current 0.5.3 release ! Check them out ! :-)
|05/05/2004:||Version 0.5.3 RELEASED|
|26/02/2004:||Version 0.5.2 RELEASED|
|21/02/2004:||Version 0.5.1 RELEASED|
nothing more to say !!.. ;-) ... check out the features page!
looking forward to the next 0.5.2 release !!
|09/02/2004:||We've got a few nice things "onboard" for the next release !!!|
I'am currently updating the whole distribution
like hell. Here are a few current additions:
|26/01/2004:||New Release and a lot of work keeps on going !!|
|okay... i know... no relase at all.. for a looong time ;-)...
but i'am currently updating the whole thing (software
packages listed at the features page)... the new Version
will be 0.5.1 ... with a lot of new features. No release
date though, but i'll be putting beta versions online more often, until
the "final" 0.5.1 release !
If anyone has some suggestions for some peace of software to be included for the next releae... feel free to contact me !!!
|30/01/2003:||Release date of Version 0.2 delayed|
|Due to some personal circumstances, the release Date of
the new redWall Firewall Version has been delayed! Sorry for that guys
!!... It's being a sad time since newyear, but check out the credits page!
It's becoming better and better now :).... Soo you can expect a release
date at ... lets say.. end of February !!
I really apologize that fact....
|02/01/2003:||Switched to ISOLINUX instead of SYSLINUX|
|Due to the bootdisk limitation of SYSLINUX (2.88MB MAX.) I've switched to ISOLINUX instead... hopefully the CD will still work on most computers :)|
|02/01/2003:||Updated Webmin and removed the freeS/Wan module --> it was to buggy|
|01/01/2003:||some TODO's done|
|Ok.. I've just finished some todo's:
!! HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY !!
|12/28/2002:||Release date of Version 0.2|
|I'am currently waiting for some other Projects to reach a state, where they can be used! Therefore, the release of the new Version is hopefully in the middle of January 2003!|
|12/27/2002:||save-config now checks the checksum of the file written|
|The save-config command on the old version
of the redWall just saved the image of /etc to the floppy without even
wondering if it has been written successfully. I had to realize that fact
a few times... i saved the image to a weak floppy (the whole firewall
configuration done)... and after a reboot i had to realize that the floppy
was just a mess... rather than containing a valid /etc image. Result:
do the whole setup procedure again! Nice ! :)
The save-config command on the new Version 0.2 will save the image first to /tmp, then it creates a checksum of that stored image. After that... it stores the image to the floppy... unmounts the floppy (so the data gets actualy written)... mounts the floppy again... checks the checksum... and report if the checksum isn't valid!