A new zlibc release is available. It fixes a couple of security issues when invoked with setuid programs.
Moreover, after years of inactivity, I made much needed changes to make zlibc compile and work with current OS versions (Solaris and Linux).
Zlibc allows executables to uncompress their datafiles on the fly. No kernel patch, no recompilation of the executables nor the libraries is needed.
Zlibc (sources, .debs and RPMs) can currently be found at the following location:
There is an zlibc mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may subscribe to it by sending a message with 'subscribe' in its body or subject to email@example.com, or by visiting the following URL:
The sha1sums are:
29927852064f4682e598a7ebb21d5e29c3b9138e zlibc-0.9l-1.i386.rpm 39fa591517194cc0bc68e0e549b9af9206ab09c9 zlibc-0.9l.lsm d5ebf505a67fd91a6e86803da81e19fafbfaf2dd zlibc-0.9l.tar.gz