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ClearOS Community 6.6.0 Now Available!

Posted by: Peter Baldwin

Tagged in: clearcenter

ClearOS Community 6.6.0 Final has arrived! Along with the usual round of bug fixes and enhancements, this release introduces WPAD, QoS, YouTube School ID support, an upgrade to the Intrusion Detection engine, and ISO-to-USB key support.

Downloads (updated March 19):
- 32-bit ISO - MD5Sum: 431f635b580be70213d87f84f51070c9
- 64-bit ISO  - MD5Sum: 45d29b3c57aa1d80179c67585c87e073

You can find more information in the Release Notes.


GHOST Security Fix Available for ClearOS

Posted by: Peter Baldwin

Tagged in: clearos

(Updated 1 pm EST) The security update for the GHOST issue (CVE-2015-0235) has been released for the ClearOS 6 Professional Edition and ClearOS Enterprise 5.x.  The update for the Community Edition should be available in the next 12-24 hours.  You can find more information about this update here.

(Update 9 pm EST) The update for the Community Edition is now hitting the mirrors.


ClearOS Community 6.6.0 Beta 2 Released

Posted by: Peter Baldwin

Tagged in: clearos

ClearOS Community 6.6.0 Beta 2 has been released!  Along with the usual round of bug fixes and enhancements, the 6.6.0 Beta 2 release introduces WPAD, QoS, YouTube School ID support, and an upgrade to the Intrusion Detection engine.  Some of the server-based apps introduced in beta 1 have been added to the ClearOS 7 roadmap.  The PHP/MySQL/Web Server stack is more modern in ClearOS 7 and these server-based apps will run better on the new platform.

Release Notes
32-bit ISO - clearos-community-6.6.0-beta-2-i386.iso  (MD5Sum)
64-bit ISO - clearos-community-6.6.0-beta-2-x86_64.iso  (MD5Sum)

In case you are wondering, yes, it was a long stretch between betas.  The source code that we use from upstream is typically updated every 6-ish months.  We prepared beta 1 at the 6-month mark, but the upstream update did not appear until 5 months later.  Upstream introduced a major version during that gap in time, so the delay was certainly understandable :-)

 


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