|Unionfs 2.x is maintained using Git — a distributed version control system. This page gives a brief description of how to get the latest Unionfs source code from our Unionfs repository.|
$ git clone git://git.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu/unionfs-latest.gitor
$ git clone http://git.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu/unionfs-latest.gitIf you are looking for a specific version, you can try as follows:
$ git clone git://git.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu/unionfs-2.6.26.y.gitor
$ git clone http://git.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu/unionfs-2.6.26.y.gitThe cloning proecss will take a while as it needs to transfer the repository history, so please be patient. Once the clone succeeds, you will have a new directory called 'unionfs', that contains the full kernel source. Since clone stresses the network a lot, please use 'git pull' (see below) to obtain new updates to the repository, instead of removing the entire source tree and re-cloning.
$ git pullThis will automatically get any changes from the Unionfs Git repository you cloned from. Since only changes are transfered when pulling, it should not take very long to complete.