This page holds a collection of patches to Frox
which other people and myself developed to address a few shortcomings.
ntp.patch.gz - 367 bytes (MD5 = b0fe00dc56a69bb66c2ff4d46fdf9f1f)
This patch I obtained from the repository
and it appears to be the only change the author made after the last release.
It's only purpose is to emit a message to the log in a certain error condition.
These patches are part of the FreeBSD port but could be useful for other BSDs as well.
pf.patch.gz - 831 bytes (MD5 = 369d53214c47faac0508a5f93af6e488)
This patch adds PF support to Frox for transparent proxying.
sstr.patch.gz - 370 bytes (MD5 = 4f40c2b2eb1d98436d2c49534e69e30a)
This patch adds some functionality to sstr_append_read to make it better work on BSDs.
htc.patch.gz - 269 bytes (MD5 = 3b6e5a8810369c88a5e3e6e55990ea80)
This patch fixes a small logic error in the HTTP caching code.
rp.patch.gz - 1.041 bytes (MD5 = 369d53214c47faac0508a5f93af6e488)
reverse proxy patch, with this patch
you pin Frox to a specific backend ftp server. In connection with
local caching this can turn Frox into a caching reverse proxy for ftp.
sz.patch.gz - 995 bytes (MD5 = 92455c9f364c15102d764eae25af01a5)
size patch, with this patch
the transferlog ("xferlog") will also contain the
filesize of the transferred file.
fw.patch.gz - 851 bytes (MD5 = 4d9cad3891acf7b4d43fafd005b835a5)
fix warnings patch, this patch fixes
a couple of warnings.
gb.patch.gz - 351 bytes (MD5 = d452c5524f8a323c3341007a214b6fbd)
goodbye patch, with this patch
frox will emit the "221 Goodbye" message when quitting the ftp session.
This fixes ftp monitoring via monit.
bind.patch.gz - 462 bytes (MD5 = 81159bdd0144ae1dc4b7f1cdec9c1a4a)
if randomly picking a port failes this patch will trigger a linear scan through
the given port range to find an available port.
lp.patch.gz - 1.068 bytes (MD5 = a1443f0787f5ff6308b06c030e2de0a6)
local port patch by Dmitry Rubinstein. To quote
Frox does not bind to local port 20 when performing data transfer
against the client in an active mode. This may become troublesome
when working over a firewall, as well as in some other situations.
I've created a patch upon 0.7.18 that introduces a new (fourth) port range,
called ActiveLocalPorts (which will usually be equal to 20-20)
and also takes care of reuse of ports.
cd.patch.gz - 520 bytes (MD5 = 45ced5440dff6ba8d82545d91405cbfb)
I cleaned up his patch a bit so it applies cleanly.
client data patch by Peter Pramberger.
This patch ensures Frox always uses the IP to which the client has
connected as the source of the control connection.
frox-0.7.18.tar.bz2 - last original version 173.355 bytes (MD5 = d30c35b9820d706ff2f9a6ab3b501247)
frox-0.7.18p.tar.bz2 - all patches applied 171.704 bytes (MD5 = 143c3a87cb6f72358e76a02a74d6d3e7)
add IPv6 support