Release Notes: This release contains some improvements to the library API, while retaining full backward compatibility. The kernel ABI was also updated, which can now work in mixed 32/64 bit environments. In addition some serious bugs have been fixed, including a security problem that could give access to previous memory contents of another process.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs. One bug affecting the kernel module was quite serious, and in theory could cause an oops. While this bug is very hard to trigger, upgrading is still recommended.
Release Notes: This release adds stateful file I/O to the library API, while retaining backwards compatibility. The kernel interface has been cleaned up, and the kernel module is now more robust against deliberate or accidental deadlocking.
Release Notes: New features include parsing of common mount options (e.g. "-o ro"), better path resolving on unmount, and the ability to change module parameters through the sysfs interface on 2.6 kernels. Some mounting related bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes a rarely triggered but serious bug in the FUSE kernel module. It also adds support for compiling under kernel versions greater than 2.6.9.
Release Notes: This is the first prerelease of the 2.x series. Differences from the 1.x series include support for building a shared library, direct I/O, extended attributes, better mount option handling, better support for UNIX file semantics (close after delete), and optimizations.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems seen on SuSE 9.1, as well as bugs found after doing stress testing.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the 2.6 Linux kernel series. Other new features include support for exporting FUSE filesystems over NFS, read efficiency improvements, automatic lazy unmounting, the addition of the fsync call, and minor bugfixes and cleanups.
Release Notes: This release fixed problems with the 2.4.19 and later kernels, and added the 'release' call to the filesystem interface. It also contains a cleaned-up mounting procedure and miscellaneous bugfixes.