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EnGarde Secure Community 3.0.2 Release Notes Print E-mail
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EnGarde Guardian Digital is happy to announce the release of EnGarde Secure Community 3.0.2 (Version 3.0, Release 2). This release includes several bug fixes and feature enhancements to the Guardian Digital WebTool, the SELinux policy, and the LiveCD environment.

The following reported bugs from bugs.engardelinux.org are fixed in this release:

    * #0000023 The 'admin' password is displayed in the browser location bar.
    * #0000022 The LiveCD script doesn't correctly set the root password.
    * #0000020 Package engarde-policy-sources does not contain local.* files
    * #0000018 system log entry occurs every second
    * #0000017 PHP 4.4.1 is out
    * #0000016 Users can not add/edit web files
    * #0000015 webtool can not stop MySQL
    * #0000011 Users cannot upload files via FTP
    * #0000006 Snort version 2.4.2 is out 
Several other bugs are fixed in this release as well.

New features include:

* A new WebTool frontend to the AIDE filesystem integrity checker (which will be enabled via a GDSN update in coming days).

* Daily, weekly, and monthly graphs for the Snort IDS WebTool module.

* The latest stable versions of MySQL (5.0.16), fetchmail (6.3.0), and Snort (2.4.3).

* Several new installable packages such as screen, setarch, device-mapper and lvm2, bacula, and amanda.

All new users downloading EnGarde Secure Linux for the first time or users who use the LiveCD environment should download this release.

Users who are currently using EnGarde Secure Linux do not need to download this release they can update their machines via the Guardian Digital Secure Network WebTool module.

Downloading

Below are the MD5 sums for the i686 and x86_64 ISO images:

b786a8fa0ae62b27919e98ed0765ed3c engarde-community-3.0.2.i686.iso dad844caf9e4bba876c83a8937aaec7c engarde-community-3.0.2.x86_64.iso

You may download this ISO image from one of the following mirrors:

http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/engarde/3.0/community/iso-images/

ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/engarde/3.0/community/iso-images/

(It may take several days for this image to make it to our mirrors, please be patient).

Torrents will be available for these ISO images later this week.

Further Information

New users are encouraged to subscribe to the engarde-users mailing list and to explore our wiki:

* Subscribing to the engarde-users Mailing List

http://infocenter.guardiandigital.com/community/

* EnGarde Secure Linux Wiki

http://wiki.engardelinux.org/

* EnGarde Secure Linux Bug Tracking System

http://bugs.engardelinux.org/

* EnGarde Secure Linux Homepage

http://www.engardelinux.org/

Release History

Dec 06 2005 EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.2 (Community)

Nov 01 2005 EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.1 (Community)

Sep 27 2005 EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.0 (Community)

 
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