Sash is a stand-alone shell for system recovery in Linux. Its purpose is to make system recovery possible in many cases where there are missing shared libraries or executables. It does this by firstly being linked statically, and secondly by including versions of many of the standard utilities within itself. Some of these built-in commands are chattr, chmod, chown, cp, dd, ed, find, grep, gzip, ln, ls, mkdir, mknod, more, mount, mv, rm, and tar.
Release Notes: This release has dd fixes, -e and -s options for the -mount command, and a new -f option for the command line so that script files using sash can be executed. The -mount and -umount commands have been modified to work for both Linux and BSD systems,
Release Notes: New HAVE_LINUX_ATTR and HAVE_LINUX_MOUNT defines, ext3 support, and fixes to the -gzip and -gunzip commands.
Release Notes: This version has the "-ar" built-in command for extracting files from archive files.
No changes have been submitted for this release.