Licence: BSD License
Version 1.0.0 | Release Date: 2007-10-25 | Download

Several improvements and bugfixes for sshfs.

Version 0.3.0 | Release Date: 2007-05-06 | Download

- User-space FUSE library updated to version 2.6.5 of FUSE.
- Fix to the user-space FUSE library to deal better with a missing mount-point argument.
- "Not responding" alert panel default timeout changed to 20 seconds (up from 10 seconds). Some reorganization of the alert panel.
- The noauthopaque and noauthopaqueaccess options are now deprecated. MacFUSE will now use an adaptive approach to determining whether a given file system daemon implements the access() method, and based on the outcome, MacFUSE will use the appropriate permissions handling.
- Fix for dealing with an issue regarding "remote" (unbeknownst to MacFUSE) deletion of a file.
- Fix for one condition that can lead to the "vnode reclaimed with valid fufh" kernel panic.
- Miscellaneous tweakings.
- Although not part of MacFUSE Core, there is an updated version of the sshfs file system available with several critical changes. For details, see MACFUSE_FS_SSHFS.

Version 0.2.0 | Release Date: 2007-04-19 | Download
  • Alert panel shown upon daemon timeout, giving the user the option to eject the sshfs volume.
  • Fixes for some "hangs" that users could experience under certain circumstances (such as saving a document in Microsoft Word).
  • TCP_NODELAY supported (and enabled by default) through the dynamic library that's preloaded into sshfs. This library is looked for in the same location as sshfs-static, in /usr/local/lib/, and in the current directory (in that order). If is not found, TCP_NODELAY is not enabled.
  • Fix for issue with pathname caching at the sshfs user daemon level. This could cause strange behavior after certain sequences of file system operations.
  • ping_diskarb is enabled by default in MacFUSE 0.2.5. If you don't want this option for some reason, you can turn it off through the noping_diskarb option.
  • The sshfs option workaround=rename is now enabled by default.
  • If the kill_on_unmount option (new in MacFUSE 0.2.5) is specified, the kernel will explicitly try to kill the sshfs daemon after the volume has been unmounted. This is to avoid the issue of the daemon "hanging around" even after a successful unmount.
  • Upon launching the application from its containing disk image, the user is given the option of copying the application to the Applications folder.
Version 0.1.0 | Release Date: 2007-03-06 | Download
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