Projects / fsrewrite


fsrewrite is a utility for Solaris which allows non-privileged users to run programs in an environment where filesytem paths can be virtually remapped. Programs which read from or write to fixed paths can be transparently redirected elsewhere without the need to make any global changes.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Sep 2007 12:33

    Release Notes: Support for virtualizing symlinks was added. Support for BSD install(1) was added to the "configure" script. Memory management was improved. Directory listing code was improved. Problems with multi-threaded guest processes were fixed. A bug causing CFLAGS and LDFLAGS to be ignored was fixed. Miscellaneous changes were made.

    •  24 Sep 2007 12:32

      Release Notes: The build system was changed from a straight Makefile to a configure script. A link auditor to rewrite shared object paths was added. The address space consumption of the file descriptor table was reduced. A missing entry for chmod in mapfile was fixed. A memory alignment bug was fixed. Miscellaneous changes were made.

      •  24 Sep 2007 12:30

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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