Release Notes: This release fixes a regression in Jailkit 2.6 that may hang jk_chrootsh and jk_uchroot in a certain situation with chroot'ed interactive shells.
Release Notes: This maintenance update includes some small code cleanups and fixes for Solaris compatibility.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem in jk_cp and jk_init which caused symlinks to directories to be copied as directories instead of symlinks, adds small documentation improvements, and adds a -j option to all utilities to improve consistency.
Release Notes: This release adds a new jk_uchroot utility, fixes a rare crash in configuration file parsing, adds new jk_init and jk_cp options, improves the documentation, improves several jail security checks, and improves error reporting.
Release Notes: Various small fixes were made for the new jk_update utility. A -k option was added to jk_cp. jk_init and jk_update now use hardlinks instead of copying. Various fixes were made to install jailkit in a different location.
Release Notes: This release has several minor improvements: sub-second intervals for jk_socketd, improved checks in jk_jailuser, improved handling of recursive directories in jk_cp, and a new utility jk_list to list all jailed processes.
Release Notes: Fixes were made to allow jk_chrootsh to function on systems that use a name service caching daemon or LDAP authentication and others. Some options were added for jk_chrootsh to relax some strict checks. jk_addjailuser was replaced with jk_jailuser, which should work on more platforms. The DEFAULT section was added to jk_lsh.ini and jk_chrootsh.ini to allow easier configuration.
Release Notes: This release fixes some issues with Gentoo Linux, and possibly other Linux variants that featured different ldd output. It furthermore fixes several minor FreeBSD issues. The --force option of jk_init was broken, and is now fixed. The defaults in jk_init.ini are extended for more Linux distributions and *BSD versions, and most important, the error reporting by jk_lsh and jk_chrootsh is more more verbose, and much easier to understand.
Release Notes: This release fixes some build issues on Mac OS X and FreeBSD.
Release Notes: This release fixes some leftovers from the /usr/bin/ to /usr/sbin/ transition, and fixes a minor bug in jk_init.