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[opensuse-buildservice] Open Build Service(OBS) 2.4.2 released
  • From: Adrian Schröter <adrian@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 10:35:52 +0200
  • Message-id: <7613495.ei0pFdTO5q@scherben>
Open Build Service(OBS) 2.4.2 just got released

Another bugfix release of the 2.4 series is out there.

A larger number of issues for in the build script have been fixed.
Apart from that issues and improvements with the OBS interconnect
and user management in the webui have been solved.

The appliance offers to change the user password now by default.

OBS 2.4.2 is published in "OBS:Server:2.4" project:

Appliances can be used as usual:

From the official release notes:

Feature backports:

* none


* build: vminit can now be installed for multiple architectures in parallel on
OBS server.
* build: debian builds call linitian now if installed
* build: Arch Linux: support new pacman tool syntax
* build: support kiwi installation medias with new kiwi versions
* api: Interconnect supports to use credentials as part of the remoteurl.
Note: the url must not use /public suffix in that case
* webui: change password is allowed by default in config file now
* webui: Disable browser autocomplete on sign up form


* build: fixed regression using build host rpm instead of the version from
* build: fixed repository priority ordering, when only some repos have a
and kiwi appliances get build
* build: support kiwi appliances using multiple <packages> sections in config
* build: rpm packages get installed again without fsync which speeds up the
* build: fix qemu-binfmt registration in chroot builds
* backend: fixed binary rpm cache handling for image building via interconnect
* webui: fixed change password dialog
* webui: fixed display of groups and globalrole

Adrian Schroeter
SUSE Linux Products GmbH
email: adrian@xxxxxxx

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