Debian-edu etch RC2 release Announcement
This is the second release candidate of debian-edu etch. We plan to
release RC3 before the final release. So please file bugs at
http://bugs.skolelinux.org/ '''now''', if you see problems. Even if you
dont have available hardware to test on, you can still help with testing
in qemu. The url http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/HowTo/TestCDinstall
will help you get started.
We plan RC3 on June 16th and Debian-Edu etch on June 23th.
* New script debian-edu-fsautoresize to make it easier to resize LVM volumes
* Changed LTSP network swap location from /tmp/ to it's own lvm volume
* New scripts to clean up leftover ltsp swap files and processes from
abnormal shutdowns of clients and server.
* Fixed local device access in Standalone installs.
* Fixed network-manager access for the initial user in Standalone installs.
* Samba used scripts from wlus to update ldap when joining the domain.
Fixed by including the script in our configuration package.
* Made sure the client part of LTSP local device support (ltspfsd) is
installed on the clients.
* Changed the pam_group config to add all users loggin in to the fuse
group, to try to get local device access working out of the box when
enabled in LTSP.
* Removed some obsolete code in the installer used on woody and sarge.
* Munin on main-server will now monitor all hosts reporting to
* Removed unused code and obsolete comments from dhcpd.conf.
* Modified code generating self-signed certificate for the LDAP server
to make the public key available on the web, and added a boot script to
download this key to all clients the first time they boot.
* Fixed code to make admin users get a link to the web site with admin
tools and information on their desktop.
The dvd ISO image is 4.4 GiB large. To download it, use either of these
or for the netinstall cd you can download
The [ftp://ftp.skolelinux.org/etch-test-powerpc powerpc] and
[ftp://ftp.skolelinux.org/etch-test-amd64 amd64] ports are still under
development, and are currently not officially a supported part of
Debian-Edu. Both architectures have been reported to work.