Zeroshell developer version or SVN repository ?

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  • #42760

    mark_orion
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    I wonder if there is any developer version of Zeroshell available or even better an SVN repository where I can checkout the latest changes in order to test them.

    #51388

    atheling
    Member

    When I enquired a about a year ago, the answer was no. Maybe Fulvio has reconsidered. I would hope so as development would proceed faster.

    I track my local changes using git, but CVS or SVN would be reasonable too.

    #51389

    mark_orion
    Member

    @atheling wrote:

    I would hope so as development would proceed faster.

    I fully agree. I like Zeroshell and its features and I would love rather to be able to track and test what is being developed than to wait until a new relase comes out. It is difficult when a project is almost entirely in the hands of a single person (Fulvio in this case). Everything depends on that person and loads of repsonsibility sit with that person. A more open development process would not only distribute the development load and utilize resources, it would minimize the risk of the whole project going down if that single person for whatever reason drops out.
    This last point is very important for people who use ZeroShell in productive business environments.

    #51390

    bbozo
    Member

    I agree

    #51391

    Ddall
    Member

    @bbozo wrote:

    I agree

    Me to! 😀

    #51392

    vadim
    Member

    I agree too.

    #51393

    ny.bash
    Member

    up

    #51394

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Hi,
    I have not released the source of the html render engine (kerbynet). I am thinking if I’ll release it as GPL or not. Probably, next release will include the license of kerbynet that in any case will be free when distributed with Zeroshell.
    Obviously Zeroshell with all the templates html, Javascripts, Bash and Perl script will be GPL.
    It is already possible to implement new feature without changing kerbynet by using the Action=Object in the URL and executing the scripts with the tag with root privileges and with not root privileges. I’m working to produce some documentation to make this easier.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #51395

    knura
    Member

    Hi Fulvio,

    Please post your modified kernel package for 2.0RC1?

    Similar to this package for 1.0

    I am using the ALIX image. However, I find that the ALIX LEDs are not enabled by default and thus I am unable to set the LEDs at all.

    With your modified kernel source for 3.4.6, I could configure and build a custom kernel for my ALIX boards.

    Thanks,
    — Arun Khan

    #51396

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Next week I am going to release the 2.0.RC2 so I’ll upload the new Kernel with the new gcc compiler.
    Regards
    Fulvio

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