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Tonight (26/11/19-27/11/19) the following updated packages are being released:

7.7 has been released to Home and Business - You can just let it happen overnight or pre-empt it with a "yum update". It will also get rid of the missing python dependencies from last week's Home/Business update.

  • Nothing has been released to Community apart from EPEL packages (there are no CentOS updates)

* = the package is also being released to Business at the same time.

Packages available for testing

  • app-kopano - update underlying Kopano package to 8.7.7. The update is complete and available for testing for anyone with a valid kopano licence only. Details are in this post and the preceding one. This is waiting for 8.5.8 to be pushed to general release before 8.7.5 can go into proper testing.
  • app-network - code merge complete. Seems to work for everything except external VLANs.

    • Now allows you to set up Wireless and Cellular interfaces. You will also need app-wireless to configure a NIC as an access point. Otherwise manual configuration is then needed for WiFi and Cellular devices.
    • I've tweaked it for kernel mode PPPoE (much faster and lower resoures). For the moment we are not forcibly converting PPPoE interfaces over, but if you edit an interface it will switch to kernel mode.
    • Hides irrelevant interfaces from app-network-report such as docker0, veth* and ifb*.
    • Numerous other changes since last 2.6.0
    • Do not use the the update if you use VLAN's on external interfaces.

Unless detailed otherwise, packages available for testing can be installed with:
yum update --enablerepo=clearos-updates-testing {package-name}

Packages being worked on:

  • app-storage
  • app-sia - In theory it worked but does not. Fixes needed. I have an idea to get it working in Gateway mode but it is deathly slow.

Big updates scheduled - fingers crossed
10th Dec - Kopano 8.5.8
17th Dec - Kopano 8.7.7
Tuesday, December 03 2019, 10:06 PM
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