Release Notes: This release fixes the trans2 remote buffer overflow. New version and patches are a rollup of the latest security releases. Various other heap and stack overflows are also fixed. Problems are addressed in CAN-2003-0201 and CAN-2003-0085.
Release Notes: This release is primarily to correct issues with Samba's large file support. However, there are a few other minor bugsfixes as well.
Release Notes: A security hole has been discovered in versions 2.2.2 through 2.2.6 of Samba that could potentially allow an attacker to gain root access on the target machine. The word "potentially" is used because there is no known exploit of this bug, and the Samba Team itself has not been able to craft one. In addition to addressing this security issue, this release also includes thirteen unrelated improvements.
Release Notes: This version includes fixes for MS-RPC printing issues affecting Windows 2000 clients, new support for smb.conf generation in SWAT, several performance enhancements, and fixes for several file locking bugs and returned status codes.
Release Notes: Several compile fixes were made for Solaris and HP-UX. More printing fixes for Windows NT/2k/XP clients were made. New options for the VFS recycle bin library were added. The internal signal handling semantics relating to directory change notification and oplocks were changed.
Release Notes: Various changes were made.
Release Notes: Copying files into a share that already existed in the Win2000 Explorer doesn't fail with "Access Denied" anymore, compilation on HPUX versions earlier than HPUX 11 has been corrected, the LDAP code has been updated, the known memory leaks in winbindd were fixed, and winbindd has been extended to work with SGI IRIX and HPUX.
Release Notes: Several important oplock logic bugs have been fixed. New daemon, new LDAP, printing, and SSl parameters, Tru64 ACL support, and better CUPS detection added.
Release Notes: A remote root vulnerability has been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for a problem manually creating machine accounts on a Samba PDC using the smbpasswd -a -m method; using the automated Windows tools to add machines into a Samba domain works with 2.2.1 and there is no need to upgrade unless you need the older functionality.