The Mantis bug tracker has been updated to the latest version. Let us know if you have any problems with it.
Enabled CAPTCHA in bug tracker
Due to floods of fake registrations we have now enabled a simple CAPTCHA on the bug tracker registration form. Contact us on "uhub AT extatic dot org" If you have trouble registering.
uhub 0.4.1 is released
This release improves SSL/TLS problems like high CPU utilization and some handshake detection errors. In addition the build system now uses CMake which replaces the old makefiles and VS project files. Otherwise the release contains several important fixes including crashes and stricter ADC protocol compliance.
uhub 0.4.0 is released
This release adds plug-in support. A number of plug-ins are provided including, authentication using SQLite, logging and chat history. Plug-ins can be written in C. This release also address several SSL/TLS stability issues. In addition uhub now compiles and runs nicely on Windows systems, with Visual Studio Express 2010.
A lot of information in the documentation has become obsolete due to important changes in the 0.4.x branch of the code. For that reason we are working on updating the web pages in the coming days especially on the documentation. A new release is expected shortly, but is being held back by not having updated documentation.
uhub for Ubuntu and Debian.
Uhub is now available in the official repositories for Debian testing (Wheezy). There is also a uhub PPA for ubuntu. Thanks Tehnick!
Anonymous bug access enabled
It is now possible to view bugs anonymously without creating a user account. You are not able to edit, comment or update bug reports though.
Migrated to new server
www.extatic.org, bugs.extatic.org and www.uhub.org have been migrated to a new server hosted by Linode.com in London. The database is moved and no information is expected to be lost in the transition.
uhub.org moved to new host
The uhub.org website and bug tracker has been moved to a new host. Please report any unexpected issues.
uhub 0.3.2 is released
This release primarily includes minor bug fixes for BSD and OSX users, added support for redirecting users when failing to log in, and code cleanups
uhub 0.3.1 is released
After a few months of hard work we are proud to release the best uhub ever. This release adds support for banning old ADC clients (pre ADC/1.0), flood control, better OSX and BSD support as well as lots of other fixes.
Follow uhub on Twitter!
You can now get all the latest announcements about uhub on Twitter.
uhub 0.3.0 is released
We are proud to release 0.3.0 of uhub, the fastest ADC hub around. This release adds experimental SSL support and alot of new user commands. In addition there are lots of bugs fixed.
Thanks to en_dator, you can now find up to date Win32 builds here.
We just moved to a new domain, so please update your links! The new website for uhub is www.uhub.org.
uhub on OpenWRT
If you are running uhub on Linux, please enable core dumps. This enables the development team to analyze crash problems. Read more about core dumps
Visit the official hub
The official hub is hosted on adc://adc.extatic.org:1511. Please come visit, users are welcome to stay. It helps us measure performance, and ensure general stability. Thanks :)
uhub 0.2.8 is released
This release fixes a known assert which causes the hub to abort. In addition logfiles now have a cleaner output and should be easier to parse by scripts.
uhub 0.2.7 is released
This release fixes two known crash bugs, socket issues with Xen+CentOS in addition to lots of cleanups and optimizations.
uhub 0.2.6 is released
This release fixes serious bug which caused the hub to disconnect users at random, falsely blaming them for exceeding the send queue limit. In addition there have been many minor fixes, and general optimizations.
The uhub bug tracker has finally opened. Please report any bugs at bugs.extatic.org (registration required).
uhub code hosted on GitHub
uhub 0.2.5 is released
This release fixes problems with users being thrown out of large hubs due to excessive send queue which is directly caused by the login action itself. In addition several hub commands have been added, and the code have been cleaned up somewhat.
uhub 0.2.4 is released
This release focuses on stability improvements, and fixes a few known crash bugs and aborts. In addition an configuration option to disable chat messages for non-privileged users have been added.
uhub 0.2.3 is released
This release fixes issues on systems where the TCP/IP stack is not a fully dual-stack IPv6+IPv4 implementation. In such cases IPv6 is disabled, Windows XP is one such system. Related to that, the bind_server_addr configuration directive is fixed to behave as documented.
uhub 0.2.2 is released
This release fixes one know crash bug, adds a low bandwidth mode which is useful for very large hubs. Minor changes have been done to the configuration subsystem. The hub has been benchmarked to handle over 10,000 concurrent and very active users.
uhub 0.2.1 is released
This release fixes bugs related to limitations of share size, slots and hubs. It is now possible to configure uhub to allow overriding for NAT IPs in case clients exist behind the same NAT as the hub. Configuration files on Windows operating systems should now be parsed correctly.
uhub 0.2.0 is released
This release contains lots of improvements and bug fixes. This release also adds support for the PING extension. Also new is experimental support for Windows XP and Vista.