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BitTorrent tracker has been fixed

Thanks to all who emailed me to tell me my tracker wasn't working! Not sure what happened, but my BlogTorrent configuration settings got corrupted somewhere along the way (it was OK last night) and I couldn't even login to the tracker. So I reinstalled BlogTorrent from scratch, and things appear to be moving along now. Please try again and let me know.

The mirrors are still being updated and should be up very soon.

Posted by Victor Chew 2005-01-21

Ultimate Boot CD V3.2 is released!

Things got a little slow after the festive binge, but we have finally recovered enough to release Ultimate Boot CD Ver 3.2! This release fixes all the bugs found in Ver 3.1. It adds the following programs: Avast, AntiVir, MHDD32, Ontrack Data Advisor and XOSL. It updates quite a number of programs to their latest releases. The virus definition files have also been refreshed to the latest versions. Please refer to the release notes (http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/history.html) for the gory details.... read more

Posted by Victor Chew 2005-01-20

Primary website is up again!

The primary website at SourceForge has been down for the past couple of days. The reason was because I was experimenting with rsync, and one of the sessions on WinXP messed up the file permissions (whereas the same program running on Win2K worked fine). Everything is back to normal now. My sincere apologies to all who were inconvenienced!

Posted by Victor Chew 2004-12-17

Another bug report for UBCD V3.1

Another bug has been reported on UBCD Ver 3.1. Please check out the Known Bugs page (http://ubcd.sourceforge.net/bugs.html) for more information and workaround.

Posted by Victor Chew 2004-12-14

Two reported bugs in UBCD Ver 3.1

Two bugs have been reported on UBCD Ver 3.1 so far. Please check out the "Known Bugs" page for more information and workaround.

Posted by Victor Chew 2004-12-08

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