Zentyal Development Team today announced the availability of Zentyal Server Development Edition 6.1, a new minor release of the Zentyal Linux Server. This community release is based on the latest Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS and it comes with the most recent versions of all the integrated software including latest stable SOGo version and a number of bugfixes.
Zentyal Linux Server offers an easy-to-use Linux alternative to Windows Server®. Thanks to its Samba integration, Zentyal Server makes it possible to join Windows® clients to the domain and manage them easily. All the network services required in corporate environments – from domain & directory server, mail server, gateway and infrastructure server are managed via GUI, making Linux server management easier for all and specially for new Linux users.
Important enhancements to Zentyal Server Development Edition 6.1 include:
- Based on Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS
- Integration of SOGo 4.1
- Pagination of users (domain & directory) – With a large number of users it was difficult to manage the “Users and Computers” section and the GUI load increased significantly. We have now added pagination of users to avoid these issues. Search option is also available.
- Shared roster bug (ejabbered) – You can now see the groups and users in ejabbered.
- Dynamic DNS bug – Dynamic DNS updates work now.
- OpenVPN upgrade bug – OpenSSL update broke OpenVPN. This has been fixed now.
See the full changelog for all the details.
You can download the Zentyal Server Development Edition 6.1 here:
And the MD5 checksum here:
Packages for Zentyal 6.0 will be released in the next days providing the upgrade button on the dashboard.
Here is the APT source entry for Zentyal 6.1:
deb http://packages.zentyal.org/zentyal 6.1 main extra
Public key is available at:
You can read the full changelog from 6.0 to 6.1 here.
The Zentyal Server Commercial Edition v. 6.1 will be published in November.
Zentyal Linux Server has been developed since 2004. Zentyal Server incorporates all the network services required in corporate environments, most importantly the first-ever native Microsoft Active Directory® implementation on Linux that is easy to use.
With Zentyal Server there is no need to use command line, but system administrators can manage all the network services via graphical user interface. Zentyal-based solutions allow companies to reduce and rationalize IT investments, improve the security and minimize system downtime.
Zentyal Server is widely used by companies independently of their size, activity or location, as well as by public administration or the education sector. The partnership agreements signed with IT support and service providers in more than 20 countries guarantee the distribution of Zentyal-based solutions to customers worldwide.