The RPC libraries under MacOS X Server do have a bug that on
every pmap_unset call a file descriptor is leaked. This version
of pcshare does contain as a workaround a local copy of the
pmap_unset function from Apple's Darwin project, which has this
bug fixed. The corresponding Apple bug number is 2506508.
- Misleading syslog error messages on read pipe, login,
credentials, these messages where not errors at all.
- PCShare could dump core in network environments with other
- DHCP could return a wrong DNS server.
- PCShare could crash on systems with more than one IP interface
because of an internal problem in the housekeeping of browse lists.
- the PCShare master server could crash after a NetServerEnum2
request with the response size limited to 0 bytes from the
- The list of exported printers was limited to 46 entries.
- A license used by NT4 systems was kept in use even if the user
logged out and the NT login screen was displayed.
- Under certain circumstances a node was rejected and not
allowed to register with WINS.
- Under MacOS X Server an open print queue window caused the
PCShare server to leak memory.