ISO release frequency and release date

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    • ISO release frequency and release date

      Thank's to ryecoaaron, i tried Vagrant ( :love: viagra nt oupsss ) and OMv4.0.16 from GIThub

      Unfortunately, I am suffering from network cut every 5 mns or so ... and sometimes VM is simply closing.

      Concerning the OMV/GIT I notice all the commits and the new version numbers ... 4.0.17

      After all the testing i made those last day, i am thinking more and more about using OMV4.0.14 on my new hardware...

      So, i would like to ask three question ( pretty sure they lie somewhere in the forum :whistling: )

      Q1: Concerning the OMV4.0.14 ISO, is there a frequency for releasing the update. Like GIT is V+2 and ISO v0 . Or is one ISO a month ... or whenever you have time in IRL life for such trivial activities :D

      Q2: Concerning the UPDATE MANAGER button under system: is it used only to update package, or also OMV4.x In fact, i don't know ( newbee here ?( ) how to update from OMV.4.0.14 to OMV.4.0.16 even 4.0.17

      Q3: the last ultimate stupid frequently asked numb question: is there a date for alpha release

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    • 1 - The frequency isn't really important since you can update to the latest release in the updates tab.

      2 - The updates tab has updates for OMV, plugins, and all installed OS packages.

      3 - OMV 4.0.14 has been released and it is past alpha.
      omv 4.0.19 arrakis | 64 bit | 4.14 backports kernel | omvextrasorg 4.1.2
      omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers

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    • Thank you so much for your answer.

      Two more steps now:

      1. Make my mind about the new hardware Hardware advice.
      2. spent some "dineros" with the good merchant and built the beast.
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      French, so forgive my english
      Personal Rig: valid.x86.fr/v72uek as a test bench with Oracle VM.
      And YES, my avatar is real, i am flying "parapentes" in St Hilaire du Touvet and at la coupe icare.