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LCFG Project

LCFG Project

Recent Activity for the LCFG project

Month: August 2022

A fairly quiet week, the only notable change is the ongoing work on porting the PXE service to Ubuntu. It’s worth noting that Ubuntu has been updated to 20.04.5, we’ve not noticed any issues with the new minor release.

A fairly busy week with a wide range of fixes and minor improvements, in particular there is a continuing focus on support for running Ubuntu servers. Here are all the details…

SL7 kernel For those following the INF kernel versions, the SL7 kernel version has been updated to 3.10.0-1160.71.1.el7. PostgreSQL Last week’s changes introduced support for LCFG-managed PostgreSQL servers (12 and 14) on Ubuntu. This week, by default, lcfg/options/postgresql-14.h now disables the automatic launching of an unmanaged postgresql server. You may choose to continue to run […]

After a few quiet weeks normal service is resumed. Most of the changes are targetted at supporting Ubuntu servers. There are also important updates for the latest generation of Dell servers. Here are all the details…

The next monthly LCFG Deployers meeting will be held on Thursday 4th August…

Another quiet week for changes whilst everyone is away enjoying their summer holidays. Here are the details…


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