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  •  07 Sep 2013 23:38
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    Release Notes: Lots of new code and code cleanup has been done in this version. Many bugs have been fixed.

    •  15 Mar 2012 15:03
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      Release Notes: This release corrects a serious bug allowing a user to spawn another shell and get out from the restricted shell.

      •  14 Mar 2012 01:45
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        Release Notes: This major release adds many features, from live configuration reloading to wildcard use, and fixes many major bugs.

        •  26 Oct 2010 22:49
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          Release Notes: New features and enhancements were added, such as the ability to log via syslog, the ability to set environment variables for users, and more. Also, some minor bugs were corrected.

          •  11 Oct 2010 23:45
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            Release Notes: A switch was made from the deprecated popen2 to subprocess for Python 2.6 compatibility. This version also corrects the missing built-in commands when the 'allowed' list was set to 'all'. The "export" built-in function was added for exporting shell variables.

            •  04 May 2010 19:59
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              Release Notes: A minor bug (that was worth a new release) was inserted in version 0.9.11 with the sudo command. It has been corrected in this version.

              •  03 May 2010 22:47
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                Release Notes: This release adds the ability to allow/forbid upload and/or downloads via SCP. A major security bug (overriding path restrictions using variable expansion) was corrected, as well as other bugs reported since the last release.

                •  08 Mar 2010 00:41
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                  Release Notes: This version corrects a minor bug in the aliases function that appeared in the previous version.

                  •  07 Mar 2010 01:36
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                    Release Notes: This is a major release. It corrects major security bugs and adds new features. New features include a new built-in command that lists the allowed or forbidden paths of a user, the ability to configure the introduction prompt, ability to limit the history file size, and the ability to set up sudo commands you want to allow.

                    •  30 Nov 2009 23:09
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                      Release Notes: Major bugfix: lshell did not launch on python 2.4 and 2.5. The ability to use aliases for commands over SSH has been added.

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