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Learn more about the new features and improvements on ProNFS Version1.4

Date: 19 April 2001

Major differences from Version 1.3 to Version 1.4

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1. The following enhancements have been made :

1.1. NFS-Server :

- working with removable media was improved;
- the 3rd type ("as is") of name conversion mode was included;
- the new option to reside NFS on port other than 2049 was included.

1.2. NFS-Client for MS Windows 2000 :

- an usual (non-administrator) user may use NFS-Client;
- the read/write caching was implemented;
- the "paging file" mode support was implemented.

1.3. Lpd :

- MS Windows 2000 Lpr may send first an extremely large data length that practically may never be reached. Then it sends the actual data and finally just closes the connection. New LPD processes correctly such a case.

1.4. Ftp :

- works correctly with the bison FTP daemon;
- works correctly with the MS Windows 2000 FTP(Unix-mode) daemon.

1.5. Xwppeg :

- this utility was implemented to provide the maintenance of multi-users licenses.

1.6. The run-time "User's Manual" was renovated.

2. Bugs that have been fixed on Version 1.4 :

2.1. XStartup :

- XStartup sometimes tried to start XServer;
- XStartup/rlogin operates correctly with HPUX rlogin daemon;
- Xstartup did not check (and did not show warning) existence of Icon Folder while creating the first "Job".

2.2. NFS-Client for MS Windows 2000 :

- a few vital bugs were fixed.

2.3. Ftp :

- the bug of directory listing for AIX 4.3.3 was fixed;
- Ftp could not parse a directory if a file name had an apostrophe (or some other special characters).

2.4. Install :

- the "Variable is not large enough for string variable" message took place during installation procedure.

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PLEASE NOTE:

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The programs associated in this package may send and/or receive broadcast IP requests. Since such packets cannot cross the nearest firewall/gateway/router, please be sure that these IP requests are invisible from outside your network. We assume that such behavior cannot be considered as "Hacking" or "Trojan horse's action".



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