Release Notes: This minor feature enhancement release handles symlinks for /bin, /lib, and /sbin if they point into /usr (as Fedora 17 does) and uses -pthreads instead of -lpthreads, if available, so it will compile on some modern Linux versions.
Release Notes: This is only a minor feature release. jk_cp and jk_init can now resolve binaries using the PATH environment, making the config files much more flexible.
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: jk_adduser now accepts all useradd options, and can be used as a useradd replacement in scripts to add large amounts of jailed users. There are some documentation improvements. This is the first release fully working on BSD systems.
Release Notes: The limited shell jk_lsh now can be configured to allow or disallow wildcard expansion. This is useful to allow commands like 'scp server:* .'.
Release Notes: An improved jk_procmailwrapper utility (making it possible to do jailed mail delivery!), fixes for some compilation and instalationl bugs, additional and improved checks in jk_check, and much improved documentation