m23 rock 16.3 released
Posted on: 11/02/2016 08:58 AM

The m23 project released version 16.3 of the software deployment tool for Linux networks, with a couple of workflow improvements and customizing options, as well as a couple of other new features and bug fixes.

m23 rock 16.3 released

m23 is a free and open source software deployment tool licensed under the GPL, that installs and administers clients with Debian, (X/K)Ubuntu, elementary OS, CentOS, openSUSE, Fedora and Linux Mint via network.

The latest version, 16.3, released in October 2016, simplifies the m23 administrators' work by introducing a dialog for managing GPG keys and creating a shortcut to the settings that are necessary if you need to run an m23-managed network behind a proxy server. Security improvements include the addition of an option to sign local package sources. A new command line tool opens the possibility of modifying the m23 source code in a plugin-like way, by replacing or dropping the code in predefined regions.

For more info, see the article on the m23 project home page:

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