The Syslinux Project
- 2010-04-01 : Syslinux 4.00 is now in beta test. Syslinux 4.00 is a full rewrite of all filesystem code to C, and adds support for the ext4 and btrfs filesystems.
- 2010-04-01 : Syslinux 3.86 released. This was a bug fix release.
- 2010-02-20 : Syslinux 3.85 released. This was a minor feature and bug fix release, with the biggest new item that gPXELINUX should now be full-featured.
- 2009-12-18 : Syslinux 3.84 released. This was a minor feature and bug fix release.
- 2009-10-05 : Syslinux 3.83 released. This was primarily a minor feature release, with some hardware workarounds.
See also the change log.
The Syslinux Project covers lightweight bootloaders for MS-DOS FAT filesystems (SYSLINUX), network booting (PXELINUX), bootable "El Torito" CD-ROMs (ISOLINUX), and Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems (EXTLINUX). The project also includes MEMDISK, a tool to boot legacy operating systems (such as DOS) from nontraditional media; it is usually used in conjunction with PXELINUX and ISOLINUX.
More info about SYSLINUX, PXELINUX, ISOLINUX, and EXTLINUX can be found on their respective pages; however, since the three have a lot in common, the common documentation is on the SYSLINUX page for now.
The Syslinux Project is now maintained in a public git repository. See Development for details.
If you're interested in helping out with the SYSLINUX Project, please see the help wanted page, or just help out with the Wiki!