Release Notes: This release contains a patch for the 2.4.18 kernel, has modified support for Linux capabilities to make them actually work, fixes the filesystem code to correctly walk through mountpoints, disallows sending SIGSTOP and SIGTSTP to constable, and contains few other minor fixes, cleanups, and improvements.
Release Notes: This release is a preparation for the next generation of the authorisation server. It includes changes in the FORK event, new START event, improved startup behaviour by setting defaults to all processes, changes required to implement RBAC, and a bunch of bugfixes. Kernel patches have been upgraded to 2.2.20 and 2.4.14 kernels.
Release Notes: A hardlink bug on 2.4 kernels has been fixed.
Release Notes: Several bugs found in the alpha release were fixed. This version contains Constable and the VS monitor (kernel patch) for Linux 2.2.19 and 2.4.7.
Release Notes: Improved code that handles privilege elevation during execve(), addition of several missing permission checks to System V IPC code, some bugfixes in VFS code, and 2.4.x kernel support (alpha).
Release Notes: This version includes a fix for a compilation problem when syscall tracing is disabled, filesystem capabilities support in Constable, kernel patches are in more unified format, new sample configuration file, improved mini libc (Mlibc) Makefile, and appropriate documentation changes.
Release Notes: A fix for the init-wrapper problem, cleanups to System V IPC hooks, rewritten Linux capabilities support, an improved i386 entry.S offset generator, a few code cleanups and bugfixes, and removal of autoconf/automake.
Release Notes: New features include automake/autoconf support, ptrace handling, and an improved i386 entry.S offset generator. Many documentation fixes were made, and a bug in constable was fixed. `constable.conf' is now named `default.medusa'.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.