New in version 0.5.2
October 1st, 2012
- Adding 'silent' option to remove all messages
- Adding 'display' option to show images at explicit times
- Adding 'say' command to display messages at explicit times
- Adding 'postexec' command to execute a Syslinux menu entry after HDT's execution
- Addding 'dump_filename' option to choose the exported filename with 'dump' option
- Dumping boot flag status
New in version 0.5.0 (April 22nd, 2011)
- This version implements Dump mode to a TFTP server.
- It fixes automatic mode.
New in version 0.5.0 Beta 2 (April 13th, 2011)
- This version adds dump mode from the menu interface.
- The IP of the TFTP server and the path can be configured.
New in version 0.5.0 Beta 1 (April 12th, 2011)
- This version adds dumping mode to save Hardware Info on a TFTP server.
New in version 0.4.1 (February 7th, 2011)
New in version 0.3.6 Pre1 (November 22nd, 2009)
- Gzipped files are now supported (pci.ids/modules.pcimap/modules.alias)
- Floppies & ISO includes gzipped content to reduce the size
- Fixing memory detection on older systems (DMI type 6 can workaround type 17)
- Fixing processor detection on older systems (If CPU's detection fails, let's use the DMI information instead)
- Fixing typos in MBRs' names
- Adding Grub2 subversion detection
- Disabling serial output by default to increasing rendering speed
- Removing dead code
- Fixing CLI's memory corruption
- Fixing double line in the menu mode
- Adding vesa mode for the CLI
- Adding HDT's background for the vesa mode
New in version 0.3.5 (November 10th, 2009)
- Bootloader detection
- MBR detection
- Cmenu now uses the libansi
- This improves the rendering and allow serial output. Note that minicom doesn't seem to render correctly the ansi codes.
- Adding pci.ids in the hdt.iso
- 'make hdt.img.gz' now generates a gzipped version of the floppy image
- Fixing some typo
- Adding & enhancing SMI detection
- Resetting cursor position when exiting the menu mode
- Inactive items are now brighter to improve readability
- Adding a codename for each release. This one will be "mojito" in memories of some good times with pam.
- If your system features the reboot.c32 module, the "reboot" command will restart your computer. The floppy/iso images we provides includes this module to enable this feature.
- Automatic Commands
- When starting HDT, you can specify a new auto='< cmd1;cmd2,cmd3 >' option. This option will automatically runs commands cmd1;cmd2;cmd3 in this order and then fallback to the CLI. It can be used to run automatic diagnostic when booting HDT.