Development Release: Univention Corporate Server 5.0-0 RC 0
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Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is an enterprise-class distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux. The distribution’s latest development snapshot improves the application centre and polishes the Univention Management Console. “Since the beta release, we have significantly expanded the App Center. During the implementation of the largely redesigned user interface of UCS 5, we have significantly improved its clarity and simplified access to functions even more. We were able to clearly improve the App Center’s handling of dependencies between individual apps: If an app requires the installation of another app in advance, the installation of all required apps will now be executed in one go. Take the Admin Diary Frontend as an example. It requires the installation of the backend component for data storage. Up to now, dependencies were recognized and requested, but the installation of the individual apps had to be done separately, one after the other. A completely new feature is to select several apps in the frontend and to install, update or uninstall them in one step. For this purpose, all required app information and setup questions are collected by the App Center which then carries out the (un-)installation or the necessary updates in a single step. This facilitates the commissioning and updating of UCS environments significantly.” Additional information can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download: ucs_5.0-0-rc0-amd64.iso (905MB, SHA256, signature, pkglist).
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