Release Notes: This release contains a few minor bug and documentation fixes. It has been updated to compile and work on recent operating systems. There are 32-bit and 64-bit binary packages for Fedora, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Solaris10, OpenSolaris, and Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release fixes the --acceptable option.
Release Notes: This release adds a port to Mac OS X (Darwin) 10.3.2, a binary package for Solaris 8 Intel, explanations when rejecting unsafe configuration files and executables, and several minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The --noconfig and --command options have been fixed. A bug in which the program exited too quickly in response to a term signal was fixed. The program name is now set to the argument given to the --name option, if any.
Release Notes: Respawning behaviour has been improved. Support for running client processes in the foreground, querying/controlling a running daemon, and more security checks have been added. Control over environment variable handling and configuration file support have been improved. This release has been ported to Solaris 8, and FreeBSD binary package generation and Debian source package generation have been added. Support for gzipped man pages has been added.
Release Notes: Support was added for supplementary groups when handling --user=user (with no specific ".group"). The --chroot, --chdir, --umask, --force, --outlog and --errlog options were added. The default umask was changed to 022 for safety. SIGCHLD handling was simplified. The documentation was proofread. The program was ported to OpenBSD.
Release Notes: This release fixes two security bugs relating to not following symlinks when checking if it was safe to read the configuration file, and not clearing supplmentary groups when user[.group] was specified. Other changes include optional arguments to -d and -v (default to 1), debug levels changed to 8/9 or 1/2, a fix for a problem with -n and -u options which, when used together, failed to unlink pidfiles, support for root and user pidfiles in seperate directories, and Red Hat, Debian, and Solaris packages are now available.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.