All releases of System Configuration Collector Server

  •  20 Dec 2011 21:53
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    Release Notes: The produced HTML has been checked against Total Validator and has been corrected. The version schema of the rpm and deb packages has been changed to correctly use the release part of the version. The detection of a restart of the client collection has been corrected. The manual pages of the new scc and scc-win releases have been added.

    •  07 Apr 2011 19:11
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      Release Notes: Case is ignored when sorting hosts in the rules page of the Web interface. The handling of the -k option was corrected in scc-pull. The relocate script was corrected to avoid errors during rpmbuild. The relocate script was corrected to avoid errors on LinuxConsole. The manual pages of the most recent scc and scc-win releases have been added.

      •  08 Dec 2010 18:51
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        Release Notes: The production of the HTML code by scc-rules has been changed to avoid errors when the first check (CheckSnapAge) does not indicate errors. Scc-summary now supports ascending and descending sorts for all summary pages.

        •  03 Nov 2010 17:17
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          Release Notes: Archiving of systems has been implemented by means of the -A option of the scc-realm program. The new program scc-setup activates the Apache - scc-srv interface, and scc-pack combines separate scc data files to be handled by scc-transfer. The program scc-srv_gen_all is a new script in the source tarball to build the software in all package formats.

          •  14 Jun 2010 09:15
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            Release Notes: The name and version of a Linux distribution are now used to indicate the name and version of the OS. scc-pull has been extended with the -U option to indicate that the software should work with an upstream scc-srv. scc-pull has been extended with the -P option to indicate an alternate port for ssh and scp. The detection when to compare snapshots on the server instead of on the clients has been corrected in scc-transfer.

            •  26 Apr 2010 16:19
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              Release Notes: The software can also be produced in the native AIX installp format. A favicon.ico has been added to the Web interface. A new program, scc-debug, has been added to facilitate support.

              •  02 Sep 2009 16:37
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                Release Notes: Realm All is no longer processed twice by scc-update. Several (minor) errors in the user interface and the generated summaries have been corrected. A check for uniqueness of data in snapshots has been added to scc-rules. The software is now also available in slitaz package format, and slitaz packages are handled by scc-smt.

                •  09 Jun 2009 15:42
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                  Release Notes: The packaging software for OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, and ArchLinux has been changed to avoid warnings during installation. The location of the client programs producing HTML has been corrected. All programs set PATH before executing external programs.

                  •  12 Feb 2009 01:06
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                    Release Notes: Automatic population of realms has been implemented. The software is also available in PiSi native format for Pardus. All software is now produced as root to avoid ownership of files by the development user.

                    •  17 Apr 2008 20:24
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                      Release Notes: The URLs for the CGI scripts have been changed to facilitate writing of proxy rules for SCC. Therefore, the Apache configuration of this release is incompatible with previous versions of scc-srv. The handling of a source install of SCC has been corrected in scc-smt. The pre-install script has been removed from all packages. Missing signal files, caused by not running the client, are handled correctly now. scc-smt has been corrected for Windows products with an empty version field.

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