Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 497922
pure-ftpd: new version available (1.0.22)
Last modified: 2009-08-05 16:53:27 EDT
Version 1.0.22 has just been released.
* Version 1.0.22:
- the LDAP authentication backend now supports TLS encryption.
- TLS encryption is supported on data channels.
- downloads require way less CPU time on platforms with slow mmap() calls.
- MySQL 5+ stored procedures can now be used in the authentication process.
- time zones issues should be fixed for good.
- on-demand directories can now be created with any set of permissions.
- password scrambling of MySQL 5+ is now supported.
- a catalan translation has been contributed.
- spurious disconnections due to some clients keepalive tricks have
- custom authentication handlers are now informed about the encryption
status of the session.
- standard-conformance and compatibility with several clients have improved.
- large files are now supported by default.
- enhanced support for Solaris.
- a bunch of bug fixes, optimizations and compatibility with newer
libraries and operating system versions.
- "ftp" and "anonymous" user names can have passwords if the -E switch (no
anonymous logins) is specified.
- in compatibility mode, non-dangling symbolic links are now displayed as
if they were regular files/directories.
- --with-everything now includes privsep.
I just built it, it's been submitted for testing :)
But thanks for the heads-up !
(note to self: check the archives of fedora-extras-commits list and the koji's recent build list before opening upgrade requests)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Closing. Pure-ftpd 1.0.22 is already available in the update repos.