Stable Clonezilla live (2.1.0-26) Released

This release of Clonezilla live (2.1.0-26) includes major enhancements and bug fixes.
* The underlying GNU/Linux operating system was upgraded. This release is
based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2013/Feb/26).
* Linux kernel was updated to 3.2.39-1.
* Multipath devices, e.g. /dev/cciss/c0d0, are now supported natively. No
more linking them to /dev/sd[a-z]. Therefore now LVM on cciss device are
supported. Thanks to the patch files from Miracle Linux.
* A "blkdev.list" info file was added in the image dir.
* Xen disk (/dev/xvd[a-z]) was added as a supported device.
* Three log files, /var/log/clonezilla.log, /var/log/ocs-netcfg.log, and /
var/log/ocs-mount.log are used to save the logs.
* Language file ca_ES, de_DE, es_ES, it_IT, fr_FR, ja_JP.UTF-8, zh_CN and
zh_TW were updated. Thanks to René Mérou, Michael Vinzenz, Alex
Ibáñez López, Gianfranco Gentili, Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Akira
YOSHIYAMA, and Zhiqiang Zhang.
* Package partclone was updated to 0.2.58.drbl1. An issue with imaging JFS
partitions larger than 50 GB has been fixed.
* Adding "-m 1024" option to partclone. This should increase the imaging
efficiency. Thanks to Ingo Wolf Wolf _at_ gmx de> for this suggestion.
* An option -srel|--save-restore-error-log to force saving error log in the
image dir was added in ocs-sr and drbl-ocs. By default, we do not save
that in the image directory when restoring. Only when saving it will be
saved in the image dir.
* Package udisks was added the packages list for Clonezilla live. Thanks to
fusi1939 for this suggestion.
* Pacakge extlinux was added. Therefore can now make a USB
flash flash drive with NTFS, ext2/3/4, and btrfs bootable.
*** BUG FIXES ***
* A bug where failed to deal with path names containing white
space was fixed
* Boot parameter containing "$" character did not work for ocs related
parameters. Thanks to kuen-shieh yang for reporting this issue.

Posted by Steven Shiau 2013-02-27

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