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conserver-8.1.5 is available

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Fri, 7 May 2004 09:21:46 -0700 (PDT)

There are a couple of fun new things in this release.  For all those
interested in how the client and server actually communicate, you can
check out the new PROTOCOLS file.  It's a work-in-progress, but should
answer most questions.  There's also a new initdelay option for
throttling the startup of consoles (for cases like term servers that
don't like 48 silmultaneous ssh connections).  For the other goodies,
see the complete list below.

The conserver.cf manpage has a bit more detail on these things, so check
that out as well.


version 8.1.5 (May 7, 2004):
	- changed remaining O_NDELAY flags to O_NONBLOCK
	- added PROTOCOLS file to describe the client/server protocol
	- added '#include' capability to conserver.cf file
	- added '@group' syntax to conserver.cf file to support use of
	  system groups
	- added -U client option to allow client to ask for encryption
	  but fall back to non-encrypted connections otherwise -
	  suggested by Mike Hendon <mike.hendon@uk.nomura.com>
	- fixed bug where socket not properly deleted on exit - reported
	  by William P LePera <lepera@us.ibm.com>
	- added 'initdelay' option for throttling startup of consoles -
	  suggested by Jay McCanta <mccantaj@amgen.com>

Bryan Stansell