@sudburr Good question… kernel version is bound to init version more closely than to the rest of FOG. For a long time kernel and init needed to “match” quite closely and therefore I’d advice you to use those “as package”. Download https://fogproject.org/binaries1.5.7.zip, https://fogproject.org/binaries1.5.6.zip, … https://fogproject.org/binaries1.3.0.zip
I can’t promise you 1.3.0 kernel and inits will work with 1.5.7 but I think we have not changed much of what is interacting between FOG webserver and FOS system.
Though I am still wondering why you want to go back? So many things have been fixed within the inits and added hardware compatibility. You only loose going back. ;-)
@sudburr Just so you’re aware - we are still working on the 1.5.x version of FOG. Long term aim is to finish that, merge all the things into the 1.6 branch (Tom does this every now and then with all the fixes we add in 1.5.x) but we’ll most certainly release one or two more 1.5.x versions before we call it “finished”.
@TheDiskDrive Versioning adds a huge amount of space and is quite complex to implement I reckon. While I don’t say it’s a bad idea to do I don’t think we’ll find the time to add this feature any time soon. Feel free to engage!