Packages Modified for ClearOS 6
The base ClearOS operating system is built from open source code packaged for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 1). Though we strive to keep changes to a bare minimum, we have modified some of the source code from upstream. Of the hundreds of packages built from upstream, only the following have been modified:
- arpwatch - for supporting multiple interfaces
- initscripts - for Multi-WAN and resolver
- iptables - for Bandwidth Management
- kernel - for Bandwidth Management and Multi-WAN
- openldap - for Account Synchronization
- ppp - for PPTP Server
- samba - for improved Windows support
- squid - for advanced filtering hooks
The following packages have been modified to remove upstream branding only.
Additional Packages for ClearOS
We have modified some packages from upstream and placed them in a sandbox. Notably, the web-based administration tool runs in a sandboxed Apache/PHP engine, and the reporting database runs in a sandboxed MySQL instance. These sandboxed versions follow the same patch/security schedule as the non-sandboxed version (shown in parentheses).
- gconsole (firefox)
- system-mysql (mysql)
The following packages are not part of the source code in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. These packages were developed or are maintained in-house to support ClearOS.
All the app-* packages are also on GitHub.
The following packages are not part of the source code in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. These packages were developed by third parties, and ClearFoundation has integrated these into ClearOS.
The following EPEL packages have been included: