Installable CD image
Use this image to burn a CD and install IPFire from it.
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An image that is meant to run on embedded devices.
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Flash image for devices with serial console
Flash image where a serial console is enabled by default.
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Generator for creating a Xen image.
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Image for the armv5tel architecture
This image runs on many ARM-based boards
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armv5tel image for boards with serial console
This image runs on ARM boards with a serial console
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This is the official release announcement of IPFire 2.17 – Core Update 89. This one comes with some new features, many updates of software packages and various minor bug fixes.
Connection statistics of OpenVPN net-to-net connections are now collected and graphed. They show incoming and outgoing traffic of the VPN connections and compression ratios.
The dynamic DNS updater tool
ddns has been massively extended:
badagentresponse for all DynDNS2 protocol-compatible providers. ddns will respect if it has been blocked by the provider.
daq 2.0.4, ethtool 3.16, fcron 3.2.0, file 5.20, fuse 2.9.3, gnupg 1.4.18, grep 2.21, hdparm 9.45, libart 2.3.21, libassuan 2.1.3, libcap 1.6.2, libevent 2.0.21-stable, libffi 3.2.1, libpcap 1.6.2, ntfs-3g 2014.2.15, pcre 8.36, screen 4.2.1, smartmontools 6.3, snort 188.8.131.52, strongswan 5.2.2, sqlite 8.7.4, squid 3.4.9, tar 1.28, tzdata 2015a, wget 1.16, zlib 1.2.8
dnsmasq has been updated to a recent version with various fixes for DNSSEC and other bugs.
asterisk 11.15.0 + support for TLS and SRTP, clamav 0.98.6, NEW haproxy 1.5, htop 1.0.3, libdvbpsi 1.2.0, lynis 1.6.4, mc 4.8.13, NEW monit 5.11, miniupnpd 1.9, nginx 1.6.2, nmap 6.47, owncloud 7.0.3, samba 3.6.25, tcpdump 4.6.2
There were many contributions to this Core Update by Matthias Fischer, Dirk Wagner, Erik Kapfer, and Christoph Anderegg in addition to the usual IPFire Core Developers. Thanks for that.
You can contribute as well or support the IPFire project with your donation. Your help is a foundation of this project and very much appreciated by all contributors. Maybe you can help funding a new feature. We also do now accept donations in various currencies.
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