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[#] Fri Nov 27 2020 11:11:07 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Achievement Unlocked. RPi image made, restored and tested on a separate Pi. I've got a working backup of The Sanitarium now. 

Now to upgrade the production image to the latest version of Citadel and migrate it to the i5. 

This ought to be interesting. I do not trust that the upgrade is going to work right on Raspbian - so many other things not working quite right on that platform. But at least if I F it Up, I can go back. 


 



[#] Wed Dec 23 2020 18:46:31 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Citadel 930 released

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For those of you who have been waiting for RSS feeds in international languages to work properly, now is your time to gobble down the latest Citadel server, now available through Easy Install or through source tarballs.

This is also the first version of Citadel to use the new inbox rules handler.
If you had inbox rules configured before, they will carry over to the new system. Basically we're no longer using Sieve or libSieve, so this removes the dependency on an apparently abandoned library that some people were beginning to have trouble compiling.

This message serves as the release notes.

[#] Tue Mar 09 2021 11:40:28 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Citadel 931 released

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We are pleased to announce that Citadel 931 has been released. You can download the latest code through Easy Install or through source tarballs. (Regrettably, support for LFHS installs has ended, which means that distribution-specific packages are likely to end as well.)

The primary focus of this release is the "ctdlmigrate" utility. If you have been looking to move your Citadel installation to a different CPU architecture (for example, from Intel to ARM, or from 32-bit to 64-bit), you can upgrade your source system to version 931 and then clone it to the target system using ctdlmigrate. This utility has been made far more robust and reliable than it has been in the past.

[#] Wed Mar 10 2021 02:07:13 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Re: Citadel 931 released

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Awesome news. I wish I had been more available during this stage of the Citadel development process. 

 

Tue Mar 09 2021 11:40:28 EST from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Citadel 931 released


We are pleased to announce that Citadel 931 has been released. You can download the latest code through Easy Install or through source tarballs. (Regrettably, support for LFHS installs has ended, which means that distribution-specific packages are likely to end as well.)

The primary focus of this release is the "ctdlmigrate" utility. If you have been looking to move your Citadel installation to a different CPU architecture (for example, from Intel to ARM, or from 32-bit to 64-bit), you can upgrade your source system to version 931 and then clone it to the target system using ctdlmigrate. This utility has been made far more robust and reliable than it has been in the past.

 



[#] Fri Mar 12 2021 20:21:10 EST from markus

Subject: Re: Citadel 931 released

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Good news. Thanks for the new release!

Could you please list the issues that are fixed with this release?

 

Tue Mar 09 2021 11:40:28 EST from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Citadel 931 released


We are pleased to announce that Citadel 931 has been released. You can download the latest code through Easy Install or through source tarballs. (Regrettably, support for LFHS installs has ended, which means that distribution-specific packages are likely to end as well.)

The primary focus of this release is the "ctdlmigrate" utility. If you have been looking to move your Citadel installation to a different CPU architecture (for example, from Intel to ARM, or from 32-bit to 64-bit), you can upgrade your source system to version 931 and then clone it to the target system using ctdlmigrate. This utility has been made far more robust and reliable than it has been in the past.

 



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