Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs related to the recently added symbolic link checking at unmount.
Release Notes: Highlights of the 2.8 release are more scalable directory locking, atomic open and truncate support, big write requests, better NFS exporting, new ioctl and poll requests, character devices in userspace, umask processing and cache invalidation notifications. This minor release fixes a race in unmounting a FUSE filesystem.
Release Notes: The kernel module in the fuse package is updated to compile with kernels up to 2.6.26. Note, however, that this kernel module is obsolete and its use is not recommended.
Release Notes: A bug in the FUSE kernel module that could cause a hang under Linux 2.6.24 has been fixed. This bug only affects the FUSE kernel module built from this package; the module in the Linux tree is OK.
Release Notes: This release fixes several problems, including a deadlock which occurred when ntfs-3g was terminated with a signal, failure to umount if /etc/mtab was a symlink, and linking problems with uClibc. The included kernel module has been updated to work with the 2.6.24 kernel.
Release Notes: This release contains small documentation updates and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for stacking filesystem modules has been added to the high level interface. A module for converting filename character sets is supplied with the library. Several problems with mounting have also been addressed.
Release Notes: This just fixes a stupid typographical error in mount.fuse in the previous bugfix release.
Release Notes: The previous release contained a fairly serious problem, resulting in an assert failure during heavy filesystem activity. The failure to build the fuseblk module and build problems on certain vendor kernels are also fixed.