Release Notes: Though a dozen new apps have been added to this beta, the focus of this release is to start the process of creating a stable base system: installer, RPM packages, users, groups, system tools, LDAP, network, firewall, framework, and Marketplace.
Release Notes: This release has many major feature changes under the hood. For end users, the Marketplace, the fast Web interface engine, and usability improvements are the highlights of this release. For developers, the new ClearOS App Framework is now stable and ready for use. Whether you want to develop a free tool or a paid app, the environment for building new features for ClearOS is greatly improved.
Release Notes: This service pack release includes two new features: support for enabling services on the fly, and the ability to install software modules from third parties. All the bug and security fixes up to October 21, 2010 have been included in this release.
Release Notes: Changes include a password policy engine, a network traffic analyzer, a detailed disk usage report, a custom firewall tool, and H.323 VoIP support. The LDAP directory architecture was updated to improve support for Google Apps and Zarafa.
Release Notes: All the major features have been implemented and upgrades from ClarkConnect 4.x are now supported. The major changes since 5.2 beta 2 include an updated protocol filter, fixed time zone handling, fixed intrusion detection configuration handling, fixed roaming profile permissions, and many other minor fixes.
Release Notes: This release provides an upgrade path for ClarkConnect 5.0. Other changes include fixes for Samba, mail aliases, and help links. Support for encrypted file systems on RAID devices was also added.
Release Notes: Apart from squashing the important bugs, the big news with this beta release is the available upgrade path from ClearOS 5.1. Other changes include a completed password policy engine, a fixed disk usage report, and an updated SpamAssassin engine.
Release Notes: Along with updating the base system to CentOS 5.5, this release adds several administrator tools: disk usage reporting, network traffic analyzer, custom firewall tools, and a password policy engine. In addition, the release provides improved integration with third party mail services; notably Google Apps and Zarafa.
Release Notes: This release includes antiphishing, Windows 7 support, a new graphical console tool, improved usability, remote server backup, antispam updates, and antimalware updates.
Release Notes: The console tool policies have been completed, and you can now easily install/uninstall the graphical (X-based) plugin. Along with the usual amount of bugfixes, this release also addresses the extreme slowness in some network configurations.