v15.0 Stable Release #3 - 35 updated/new apps in all builds

I'm pleased to announce followup to stages One and Two of the v15.0 release with the release of stage 3. Stage Three includes another 35 v15.0 appliances; including 3 brand new ones: Gitea, Syncthing and ZoneMinder - read on for a full overview. I'll also be announcing v15.0 Hub builds very soon too, but I've decided to save that for another post - but it will be soon I promise!

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v15.0 Stable Release #1 - 47 ISOs including Core, LAMP and WordPress

UPDATE: Stage 2 includes OVA/VM, OpenStack and Xen. Docker and Proxmox/LXC builds published too. Stage 3 includes 35 additional appliances; including info on 3 new v15.0 appliances, plus other notes of interest. All appliances so far released are available in ISO, OVA/VM, OpenStack, Xen, Docker and Proxmox/LXC builds. More to come soon!

I am overjoyed to announce stage 1 of the TurnKey v15.0 stable release is now available.

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Stage 1 of the TurnKey GNU/Linux v15.0 stable release is finally available for public consumption! Stage 1 includes nearly half the library (47 appliances to be precise), albeit only in ISO format so far. We are busily preparing updated Hub builds, as well as Amazon MarketPlace builds which I hope to announce very soon too. All the other build types (i.e. VM/OVA, OpenStack, Proxmox/LXC, Xen & Docker) will follow soon after.

The relevant v15.0 ISOs are all available for download via the "v15.0" links on their respective appliance pages. Updated appliances for this stage include Core LAMP, WordPress, Joomla3, Drupal 7, Drupal 8 [unpublished due to security issue], and more. v15.0 changes worthy of particular note include a new Debian base OS, inclusion of PHP7, MariaDB replaces MySQL, a new Webmin theme, Reproducible Packages and Website upgrades (work in progress), as well as many other tweaks, improvements and upgrades.

Read on for details. Alternatively, jump straight to the list of upgraded appliances to jump straight in! :)

How to build a TurnKey appliance ISO from source

[UPDATE:] This blog post has been converted to a Doc page and has had some updates since this post was published.