For the full details of this release, please refer to Version History.
CPUstress has been updated to V2.3.4 (with thanks to Explorer09). There was supposed to be V4.2, but that got scrapped.
My thanks also go out to neoy, who made a sparkling new logo, icon and button for the project. For those of you who have been waiting, I apologise that the next release of UBCD is taking so long.
I am abandoning the latter due to its lack of further development, while syslinux/isolinux is still undergoing active development, so there is a better chance that syslinux/isolinux will work with newer machines.
There is also experimental support for running UBCD from a USB memory stick via a modified version of the UBCD2USB script, which has lurked around in the forum for quite a while now.
I will be releasing binary patches to fix bugs in the original UBCD ISO image.
This allows me to issue updates faster because the patch files are typically quite small, so I can afford to host them myself instead of propagating the changes to the mirrors, which takes a lot of coordination and time.
I have added the Clam AV and F-Prot antivirus databases, which were missing from the previous version. UBCD V5.2.0 is out after a number of test releases.
I have been considering and reconsidering this issue for a very long time, and I hope it's all for the best.
CPUstress has been updated to V2.3.5 (with thanks to Explorer09). as702 and Ice Cube), I think it was worth all the trouble.
Then V5.0 went through a couple of generations, but with the support of new developers (eg.
Erwin Veermans has added a new feature on the Free DOS bootdisk that allows you to update the virus database for F-Prot, Mc Afee and AVG over the network.