I have a much needed update for the X1Boot Manager. This is manly a bug fix update but does bring with it some new features. I recommend installing this as it solves a few issues that crept up after my initial release.
- Progress bars! Now all long operations such as installing kernels, ramdisks or modules will open a progress bar with the current operation in progress.
- Optimised compression. The XZ compressor is now optimised for PowerPC binaries. This can further reduce files sizes by a decent amount.
- Optimised kernels. Kernels installed will now be stripped down to reduce size. The System map will be installed to "/boot" folder.
- Module updating. Reinstalling kernels will now update modules instead of skipping over existing ones.
- Password checking. Passwords are now checked and verified to work before performing any root file operations.
- Default kernel can now be set to None.
- Install Menu kept looping around asking for ramdisk when not needed. Thanks to musa for report.
- Oversized kernels broke during loading due to size limitation. Thanks also to musa for report and xeno74 for solution.
- Ramdisk creation could fail on later Debian releases (like Fienix) due to missing default path.
- Removing kernels was broken.
- Accidentally removing ramdisk used in menu entry.
- Default kernel and ramdisk could be blanked out.
- Various fixes where internal tracking of names could be corrupted or blanked out.
- Default compression is now set to 9 as now it is only used with GZ as XZ uses PPC mode.
- Install Menu will only ask for ramdisk now if Ramdisk is enabled in settings or is needed.
- Will now quit if either "OK" or "Cancel" is pressed from main menu.
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