Release Notes: Fixes for locking issues and support for file holes.
Release Notes: Password compatibility with previous versions was fixed. Documentation was added for new commands.
Release Notes: An HMAC processing bug was fixed. GCC 4.2 and static build support were added. A workaround was made for a group permission problem when run as a shared filesystem.
Release Notes: A problem which sometimes prevented a directory from being renamed if it contained symbolic links was fixed. A symbolic link to "/" is now allowed. OpenSSL hardware acceleration engine support was initialized. The “cat” command was added to encfsctl, which can dump the contents of a file without mounting the FS.
Release Notes: An idle monitor thread problem was fixed. A memory leak which occurred if MAC failure is detected was fixed. The default FUSE flags were changed to make the default behavior more compatible with external programs.
Release Notes: A MAC header bug with files over 2GB has been fixed. A potential problem connecting to the external password program has been fixed. This release uses the FUSE 2.2 API. It allows the use of underlying filesystem inode numbering.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented use with the XFS filesystem was fixed. Automatic undo logic was implemented for recursive rename failures. Potential race conditions with unlinking were worked around. The filesystem now refuses to unlink files that are open.
Release Notes: A bug with the idle timeout thread that caused it to print lots of unmount messages in some cases was fixed. Another block padding fix was made for the case where a file 'hole' was not initialized with 0s. Optimizations were made to the EVP cipher context in 1.x SSL code. Support for version 2 of the FUSE API (the current CVS version) was added. Performance has been greatly improved.
Release Notes: Adds fsync and fdatasync support, if compiled with FUSE CVS or FUSE release dated 12-12-2003 or later. Fixes many build issues with the autoconf/automake/libtool tools and bootstrapping code. Checks for non-existant directories when creating a new filesystem, and checks for absolute path names when running in daemon mode.