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Stable-0.62-4 released

Stable grimoire version 0.62-4 has been released!

It is not that big as the previous one, but still has some important security updates for Git-related parts in Mercurial (because of recently found security issues in Git), NodeJS, GnuTLS stack, NTP, Django, LigHTTPD, PostgreSQL and several others. It also includes the most recent Linux kernel updates for stable and long-term branches.

The tarballs have been signed and uploaded to our server and will be propogating out to the mirrors within six hours.

To download the grimoire manually, get http://codex.sourcemage.org/stable.tar.bz2 or specifically http://codex.sourcemage.org/stable-0.62.tar.bz2.

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submitted by stealth on 2016-04-30 / grimoire

Stable-0.62-3 released

Stable grimoire version 0.62-3 has been released!

After 11 months of polishing we're pleased to announce yet another security update for 0.62 stable branch. This will be one of the latest updates in the series before we go with 0.63, which will bring us GCC 4.9 and merged xorg-modular grimoire.

But this one is here to fix recent loud security bugs in glibc, openssl, openssh, git, wpa_supplicant, graphite2, ntp, and several others for those who go stable.
The release also includes all the work related to our bugzilla spell (and all its dependent Perl modules) update.

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submitted by stealth on 2016-04-02 / grimoire

devel ISO 0.11.0

A long time in the making...

tl;dr New iso, it's certified crap but has lots of new features/changes, please test it.

While not ready for a "general" release (i.e., this release is not intended for general public consumption), the new iso is finally at a stage where it can start being tested by Source Mage developers (i.e., people who know what they're doing within our ecosystem, and have likely experienced previous iso installs). At present, only a release for x86_64 is available, but x86 will follow soon, and hopefully later on releases for "new" architectures such as ARM, MIPS, and so on.

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submitted by flux on 2015-12-24 / cauldron / grimoire

Official Docker images for Source Mage

Please meet our official Docker images available at the Docker Hub.

All you need to do is:

docker pull sourcemage

or specifically:

docker pull sourcemage:0.61

and start using the magic!

These images are based on our official chroot images stripped off unneeded stuff for container virtualization environment.

submitted by stealth on 2015-10-15 / misc

Sorcery module for Ansible

We're pleased to announce that as per (ee25bb0), alpha version of Ansible module for Sorcery has been released!

We will also make a request for its inclusion into official ansible-modules-extras repository, once it's tested enough and production-ready.

This version introduces just the basic functionality for system operations:

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submitted by stealth on 2015-09-22 / misc / sorcery
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