v16.0 Stable Release #5 - Another 10x ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds

Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.

I'm back with another 10 updated appliances. As per the previous one, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats.

As per previous releases, these updated appliances, are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per my previous posts, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also note all the v16.0 appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but the AWS Marketplace builds should hopefully be up soon.

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Latest v16.0 appliances

As noted above, you can find the latest 10 appliances updated to v16.0 directly below. As per all the previous v16.0 appliances, they are based on Debian 10/Buster so have updated packages. The ones that include software installed directly from third parties have all been refreshed too. Where available, we tend to prefer the latest stable LTS (long term support) version of third party software. Otherwise, we install the latest stable release as of the time of the build. Many also include bug fixes, improvements and/or inclusion of feature requests. Please see the specific appliance changelogs for full info (or ask in the comments).

Please note that these are all released in ISO, Hub, LXC/Proxmox and VM (OVA & VMDK) builds. In alphabetical order, here are the next 10 apps:

AVideo
(formerly YouPHPTube)
avideo appliance icon

Bugzilla
bugzilla appliance icon

Collabtive
collabtive appliance icon

DokuWiki
dokuwiki appliance icon
Odoo
odoo appliance icon
PrestaShop
prestashop appliance icon
ProcessMaker
processmaker appliance icon
Roundup
roundup appliance icon
SilverStripe
silverstripe appliance icon
XOOPS
xoops appliance icon

All v16.0 apps to date

In alphabetical order, the appliances that have been released as v16.0 so far (including this release) are:

AVideo
(formerly YouPHPTube)
avideo appliance icon

b2evolution
b2evolution appliance icon

Bugzilla
bugzilla appliance icon

CakePHP
cakephp appliance icon
Canvas
canvas appliance icon
CodeIgniter
codeigniter appliance icon
Collabtive
collabtive appliance icon
Concrete5
concrete5 appliance icon
Core
core appliance icon
Django
django appliance icon
DokuWiki
dokuwiki appliance icon
Drupal 8
drupal8 appliance icon
e107
e107 appliance icon
Elgg
elgg appliance icon
EspoCRM
espocrm appliance icon
Gallery
gallery appliance icon
Ghost
ghost appliance icon
Gitea
gitea appliance icon
Joomla3
joomla3 appliance icon
LAMP
lamp appliance icon
LAPP
lapp appliance icon
Limesurvey
limesurvey appliance icon
Mantis
mantis appliance icon
Matomo
matomo appliance icon
Mattermost
mattermost appliance icon
Mibew
mibew appliance icon
MediaWiki
mediawiki appliance icon
nextcloud
nextcloud appliance icon
Nginx PHP Fastcgi
nginx-php-fastcgi appliance icon
Observium
observium appliance icon
Odoo
odoo appliance icon
Omeka
omeka appliance icon
Opencart
opencart appliance icon
OrangeHRM
orangehrm appliance icon
osCommerce
oscommerce appliance icon
OTRS
otrs appliance icon
ownCloud
owncloud appliance icon
phpBB
phpbb appliance icon
phpList
phplist appliance icon
PostgreSQL
postgresql appliance icon
PrestaShop
prestashop appliance icon
ProcessMaker
processmaker appliance icon
Roundup
roundup appliance icon
SilverStripe
silverstripe appliance icon
TKLDev
tkldev appliance icon
TYPO3
typo3 appliance icon
WordPress
wordpress appliance icon
XOOPS
xoops appliance icon

Share your testing feedback

Regardless of whether you have a great experience or not, we'd love to hear how it goes for you. If you have general feedback, want to offer a hand with testing or request a specific appliance be prioritised, please post below. Or you can open a new thread in the forums (new threads require being logged into a user account; they're free so feel free to sign up).

If you think that you've found a bug or would like to request a new feature, please post below, in the forums or skip straight on over to our issue tracker (requires free GitHub user account).

I hope you're happy with them and if not, please tell us why. Looking forward to your feedback.

Comments

Carlos Vercelino's picture

Hi Jeremy,

Thanks for releasing the Odoo appliance.

I have been testing an instance of the appliance for three days and it has been wording fine for me up to now. This document reports the procedures that I have used to create and configure the server under test.

I have changed my mind regarding the Odoo version to use. I have moved to version 13.0 (from version 12.0). To change de Odoo version was very easy:

  1. first delete the ‘Turnkeylinux Example ‘ database (it will not work with Odoo version 13.0), and
  2. log to the server as 'root' and execute the commands:
    /etc/init.d/odoo stop
    
    wget -O - https://nightly.odoo.com/odoo.key | apt-key add -
    echo "deb http://nightly.odoo.com/13.0/nightly/deb/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/odoo.list
    
    apt-get update
    apt-get install odoo
    

That was all to have an Odoo 13.0 working instance.

Best regards.

 

 

 

Jeremy Davis's picture

I'm glad to hear that its working well for you.

Thanks too for the details on updating Odoo to v13.x. As you can see, we didn't get as far as doing anything with that, although with your notes, we could look to develop a Confconsole plugin.

The only thing that I would note is that we follow the documented Debian "best practice" on use of 3rd party repos. So we put the gpg key in /usr/share/keyrings and include the "[signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/KEYRING.gpg]" in the sources.list entry.

But at the end of the day, that's entirely up to you.

Carlos Vercelino's picture

Hi Jeremy,

I am always leaning somethin new from you. Thanks a lot for that!

To change the Odoo version form 12.0 to 13.0 (new version):

  1. first delete the ‘Turnkeylinux Example ‘ database (it will not work with Odoo version 13.0), and
  2. log to the server as 'root' and execute the commands:
    /etc/init.d/odoo stop
    
    wget -O - https://nightly.odoo.com/odoo.key | apt-key add -
    echo "deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/odoo.gpg] http://nightly.odoo.com/13.0/nightly/deb/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/odoo.list
    
    apt-get update
    apt-get install odoo
    

At the end of the day, it is always wise to follow the masters.:))

Jeremy Davis's picture

Although you've added the key location to the apt sources.list line, you're still including the key in the default apt key ring (via 'apt-key add')!

As we should already include the key there (i.e. the /usr/share/keyrings/odoo.gpg file should already exist) you could probably skip that wget line altogether.

But for completeness, here is how to (re)download the key (you just need to include the '--keyring' switch with the path to where you want to save the file):

wget -O - https://nightly.odoo.com/odoo.key | apt-key --keyring /usr/share/keyrings/odoo.gpg add -

[update] adjusted the apt-key command to it's above format - the previous format does not work! Unless the switch precedes the argument, it fails...

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