New RPM revision 0.61-7 (includes fobbit monitor)
i386.rpm is built against current kernel (2.6.10-1.770_FC3)
src.rpm can be rebuilt against other kernels with (rpmbuild --rebuild)
Band-aid fix includes and addresses
2.6.10 kernel changes
- declare dev_state in usbvb-2.6.c
/dev/usb folder deletion at boot time
- use /etc/vb instead in usb_devfs.c
- Makefile updated to match
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Fobbit Monitor now has a save function that is tied to consolehelper. (gui prompt for root password)
vb.ini file editing made easy
fobbit is restarted after changes.
Try the latest rpm. :)
Fobbit now runs on XP SP2. An exe is available for download.
A new GTK+ fobbit_monitor module was released today to enhance the usefullness of Fobbit by giving it a friendly user interface.
And besides .. I was getting tired of browsing through my files to see who called or to see my speed dial settings.
Now it's all just a click away!! :) "See screenshots"
A fobbit_monitor rpm is soon to follow.
The plan is to package this with future fobbit rpms.... read more
Linux 2.6 kernel support has now been achieved!
So far stability has been promising, but this release has not been completely tested yet. We hope that anyone who comes across a bug, etc. will post it in the forums.
Now supports end-to-end encryption via Blowfish, minimize to tray, and includes redhat startup scripts.
This is a release-candidate that we took from the latest CVS snapshot. It has not been fully tested, but we are releasing it as most people don't hit the CVS tree and we need some beta testers!
Just to keep people on the edge of their seats, here's what we have planned:
Encryption -- end to end Blowfish (for now) encryption to keep those chats secure! Talk about your boss (not encouraged)...:> completely backwards compatible
OS X port (beta). Working port is coming. We'll need beta testers!
We've released v0.57 of fobbit today. This is a milestone, as it's our first release since David Stanhope's sources were first imported into Sourceforge. This new release adds the ability to minimize fobbit to the system tray in Windows.
Stay tuned, much more is coming, including encrypted sessions!
Nothing new yet, just a copy of the current sources.