For those of you running ClearOS Enterprise 6.1.0 Beta 1, you can now upgrade to the pre-release of Beta 2. Details about the release can be found in the Release Notes
Step 1 - Yum upgrade
Get to the command line and use yum to upgrade:
Step 2 - Reboot
yum --enablerepo=clearos-updates-testing upgrade
Webconfig has moved and a new kernel is available, so the easiest thing to do is to type "reboot" to restart the system.
Step 3 - Reset the User/Group (LDAP) system
In order to support Windows 8, we have upgraded Samba to version 3.6.x. There were some LDAP changes as well, so it is necessary to reset the user/group system (sorry) along with the Samba configuration. In case you are wondering "samba-init" doesn't initialize Samba, but instead adds the necessary overlay to users/groups to support Windows Networks.
Step 3 - Reset the Squid Web Proxy
The configuration handling for the Squid web proxy was completely redone. If installed, run the following to set it back to the default:
Step 4 - New Apps!
If you would like to install packages via Marketplace, change enabled=1
for the clearos-updates-testing
repository in /etc/yum.repos.d/clearos.repo. Marketplace will then be able to install the apps available in the testing repository. If you prefer the command line, here are the new apps in beta 2:
The following packages from ClearCenter were also released:
You can purchase these apps via Marketplace. If you already have them included with your ClearCenter subscription, you can use the wc-yum
command to install them, e.g.
wc-yum -i app-instrusion-protection-updates