Release Notes: The program can be run as a selected user after starting as a privileged user. It can listen on 0.0.0.0, which would allow listening on all interfaces. File buffering has been improved. There are minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release uses Thread Pool, which improves performance. Log file and ini file locations can now be overridden in the Unix version.
Release Notes: Listening ports can now also be specified. Ports greater than 1024 do not require a root account. The block size can now be as large as 65531. Block number rollover was added, allowing the transfer of files of any size.
Release Notes: Block Number Rollover is supported, allowing transfer of files of any length if the client supports Block Number Rollover. A bug which prevented setting the Home Directory in the Unix Release was fixed.
Release Notes: Multiple listening interfaces can be specified. Logging has been added. Multiple directories can be added to home using aliases. Client access can be controlled.
Release Notes: The server response port range can be specified, so that if there are firewall issues, these ports can be opened.
Release Notes: This release adds a file overwrite option and a Listen on option. It has improved error handling. An initial beta of the single port version has been released.
Release Notes: The code was enhanced. Error handling was improved. ReadAhead was added. Bound sockets are used instead of unbound. The code was modified to compile on different flavors of Unix.
Release Notes: This release supports the put command, so files can be uploaded to a server.