March 6, 2019
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of Uniteme 18.12.centos7. This release includes all of the same new features, improvements and fixes from 18.12 but now allows users to operate on CentOS 7.
The developers and QA staff have been incredibly busy as we’ve had to touch every service of the system and get them to compile and start (thanks team!). All services startup has moved to systemctl for service startup so there was lots of scripting work to be done. Additionally we’ve moved to pre-built freeswitch packages (1.6.20~64bit) instead of building our own.
With all CentOS 7 builds we’re moving away from building ISO’s. Users will need to use the CentOS 7 64 Bit minimal ISO and then perform an RPM install. The ISO creation process is a drain on resources and as we move towards a container based deployment would not be used.
We’re almost done with coding for the next release (19.04). This release will include support for the new Polycom x50 VVX phones. We’ll also still have both CentOS 6 and 7 releases but this will be the last release done for CentOS 6. Looking forward to version 19.08, we will release for CentOS 7 only and with no ISO’s.
uniteme New Features
Uniteme on CentOS 7
Allow user to choose language in UniteWeb
Move to systemctl for service control
Upgrade Freeswitch to 1.6.20
Enhance gridfs-voicemail-cli tool to clean up voicemails across entire database
In UniteWeb allow users to listen to MoH and Greeting files in GUI
Upgraded fail2ban to 0.9.6
Added support for newer Yealink phones
With the upgrade to CentOS 7, the user must install a fresh install of CentOS 7-64 bit and then use the RPM Installation method.
Who Should Install?
This release is recommended for users who need to run Uniteme on CentOS 7. If you are running a CentOS 6 based release in production, it’s recommended that you test the 18.12.centos7 release on CentOS 7 in your environment thoroughly before upgrading. This is the initial release on CentOS 7 and while we’ve done our best to regression test and test all aspects of the system, issues may arise in different environments and scenarios that are not covered in QA tests. Please contact email@example.com if think you may have a patch applied as that may be replaced during the update.
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