Coyote Linux 3.00 build 38 is available for download from the Coyote Linux Personal Firewall download channel. This release corrects a problem with the SSH server which would cause it to become inaccessible if the port number was changed to anything other than the default of 22.
New versions of Coyote Linux and Wolverine Firewall and VPN Server are available. These releases are primarily bug fix releases. For more information on the changes made, please visit the forums.
Coyote Linux Personal Firewall v3.00.31 is available for download. This release fixes numerous bugs including the broken UPnP support and the web admin becoming inaccessible after a configuration reload.
Wolverine 2.01.971 (beta) is available for download. This release is considered beta and may contain features that do not function as expected. To upgrade to this release from any previous release of Wolverine, you will need to perform a CD upgrade (the update can not be downloaded due to incompatibilities in the firmware loader routines of previous versions).
Coyote Linux Personal Firewall 3.00 build 17 is available for download. This release is the first release of the new Coyote Linux 3.00 firewall product. This product has been split from the Wolverine Firewall and VPN code base but is licensed for Personal and Educational use ONLY. For more information, please see the Coyote Linux 3.00 forum.
I have decided to discontinue official releases of the Coyote Linux Floppy Firewall. My decision to do so has been a long time coming and was a hard one to make. I simply do not have the time nor desire to continue development of a floppy based solution. In fact, I don’t even own a system that has a floppy drive.
I would like to thank all of you that have contributed to Coyote’s development over the years. It would not have been near the success that it is if I had not had help from the many individuals willing to contribute their time and talents to help develop one of the most complete and user-friendly mini-distributions of Linux.
Anyone wishing to continue working on Coyote is welcome to do so, but will need to change the name of their distribution. In addition, I must remind the community that the Windows Wizard is not (and never has been) covered under the GNU public license and may not be redistributed in any modified form.
Finally, please do not email me asking me to keep the project open. I have given this decision a lot of thought and it is final.