updated 12:50 am EDT, Fri July 4, 2008
Sharity 3.4 bug fixes
Objective Development on Thursday unveiled Sharity 3.4, an update to its UNIX platform SMB file system that adds several bug fixes and improved compatibility with NAS devices. Sharity allows users to mount shared volumes from Windows, Samba, and other SMB/CIFS servers onto UNIX-based systems such as Mac OS X, Sun Solaris, and Linux, among others. Sharity 3 is available for evaluation for free, with personal licenses starting at $30, and commercial licenses at $200.
The update resolves several issues, but specifically states that it has improved the Mac OS X version of its Kerberos module.