Release Notes: This release offers numerous bugfixes, improved compatibility with many Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, and an optional automatic check for updates.
Release Notes: This release offers better support for user home directories on SMB shares, improved handling of Distributed File System (DFS) redirects, and more reliable auto-mounting of network resources.
Release Notes: This version improves the mechanisms for automatic mounting considerably, avoiding hangs and kernel panics that could occur on some platforms. The second emphasis is on improvements in the command line interface (more powerful commands for root and better manipulation of ACLs).
Release Notes: This release fixes some user interface quirks and improves stability on all platforms.
Release Notes: Parent directory ("..") linking was improved so that /bin/pwd works more reliably. Bugs in the emulation of symbolic and hard links were fixed, operating system compatibility was improved, and possible crashes were fixed.
Release Notes: This release implements NTLMv2 authentication for compatibility with networks requiring higher security and SMB signing (when required by the server) for Windows 2003 domain controller interoperability. It fixes a data cache bug for files larger than 4GB, various crashes and deadlocks, a bug which caused directory contents to not update properly, and various operating-system specific problems for Solaris, AIX, and MacOS X 10.3.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug where opening a file in append mode could leave a big gap at the beginning of the file when a file of the same name had recently been removed, improvements to CIFS browsing (Master Browse Server detection), a fix for a rare crash of the Sharity daemon in file or directory creation code, and a new NFS3 module that allows files bigger than 4GB on operating systems with a sufficiently well-behaved NFS3 implementation.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made since 2.3, but only small changes were made since the last beta. Upgrading is recommended to all users.
Release Notes: A couple of crashes in the daemon were fixed. Sharity now comes with a free built-in single license for Linux, FreeBSD, and MacOS X.