It's been a long time since the first release candidate for jail-update has been published. During the last few weeks, I tested the fifth release candidate in a production environment. Since I didn't get any negative feedback so far (and didn't find any further bugs), the final 0.2 release has been published today.
cdeploy is a useful little CLI tool to automatically deploy (configuration) files from one directory (e. g. a VCS repository) to any other location (e. g. the root file system).
The current version fixes a minor problem (missing output for DB file creation simulation), which only occured on FreeBSD in simulation mode (when not evoked with the -D option).
A new version of jail-update has been released. This is a maintenance release to adapt jail-update to the recently released portmaster-2.8 version.
Since earlier versions of jail-update use portmaster arguments which are deprecated by now, we strongly recommend updating to this latest version of jail-update.
A first version of jail-update has been released today. jail-update is a simple maintenance tool for FreeBSD jails supporting vulnerability scans and ports upgrades among all running jails on a FreeBSD installation.
The first version of wiretap has been released. Wiretap is a simple TCP listening daemon similar to netcat, dumping all incoming traffic to a file. Other than netcat, it is capable of handling multiple concurrent connections.