FileSender 1.1.1 released on May 31!

May 31st Xander announced the availability of the FileSender 1.1 release to the filesender-dev list.  You should apply this upgrade soon (before FF 13 comes out) if you want your FireFox users to remain able to use your FileSender installation!

Xander’s announcement is as follows:  We’re happy to announce that FileSender 1.1.1 release is now available for download and in the FileSender package and svn repositories.

Version 1.1.1 is a maintenance and bugfix release and contains two important fixes:

  1. The upcoming FireFox 13 (planned for june 5th next week) has changed the way the HTML5 uploads are done. Version 1.1.1 can handle this changed method (and of course also the old method used with FF 12 and lower). *Not* upgrading will mean that uploads with FF13 will break.
  2. With 1.1 it was (under some, non-default circumstances) possible thata normal user was given acces to the administrator view. This has beenfixed in 1.1.1.We therefore recommend that you upgrade to 1.1.1 as soon as possible(preferable before june 5th). If, for whatever reason, a normal upgradeis not possible you should at least get the following two files from the distribution files (tar.gz or zip) and install them:  www/js/fs_html5.js  classes/AuthSaml.php

Download details for FileSender 1.1.1 are at  http://www.assembla.com/spaces/file_sender/wiki/Download
For those of you using the Debian or RPM package repositories:

  • 1.1.1 packages are as of now available in both the stable and testing repositories.
  • As of now 1.0.1 (using the deprecated Gears method) is only available in the ‘oldstable’ repositories.

On behalf of the FileSender team,

Xander”

Thanks Xander!

One response to “FileSender 1.1.1 released on May 31!

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