v16.0 Stable Release #8 - 12 updated ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds

Update 2020-08-27: Please see the ninth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-08-31: Please see the tenth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-10-19: Please see the eleventh instalment of updated appliances.

I'm back with some more updated appliances. This time it's 12 updated apps (11 x v16.0 & Mibew v16.1 security update). Just like the previous batch, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats.

As per always, 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). Please note, we will switch v16.x to be the Hub default soon. They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per convention, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also list all the v16.x appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but as noted in my last post, the AWS Marketplace builds are now up!

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Latest v16.0 appliances

As noted above, you can find the latest 12 appliances updated to v16.0 directly below. This also includes the v16.1 release for Mibew due to a security update - please see the specific blog post for more details.

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 most recently updated apps:

Fileserver
fileserver appliance icon
GitLab
gitlab appliance icon
Mahara
mahara appliance icon
Mibew (v16.1)
mibew appliance icon
MongoDB
mongodb appliance icon
Mumble
mumble appliance icon
MySQL (MariaDB)
mysql appliance icon
Symfony
symfony appliance icon
Syncthing
syncthing appliance icon
Torrentserver
torrentserver appliance icon
Web2py
web2py appliance icon
Zencart
zencart 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
CouchDB
couchdb 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
ez Platform
ezplatform appliance icon
Fileserver
fileserver appliance icon
Foodsoft
foodsoft appliance icon
Gallery
gallery appliance icon
Ghost
ghost appliance icon
Gitea
gitea appliance icon
GitLab
gitlab appliance icon
Joomla3
joomla3 appliance icon
LAMP
lamp appliance icon
LAPP
lapp appliance icon
Laravel
laravel appliance icon
LigHTTPd PHP FastCGI
lighttpd-php-fastcgi appliance icon
Limesurvey
limesurvey appliance icon
Mahara
mahara appliance icon
Mantis
mantis appliance icon
Matomo
matomo appliance icon
Mattermost
mattermost appliance icon
Mayan-EDMS
mayan-edms appliance icon
MediaWiki
mediawiki appliance icon
Mibew (v16.1)
mibew appliance icon
MoinMoin
moinmoin appliance icon
MongoDB
mongodb appliance icon
Moodle
moodle appliance icon
Mumble
mumble appliance icon
MySQL (MariaDB)
mysql 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
OpenLDAP
openldap 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
Plone
plone appliance icon
PostgreSQL
postgresql appliance icon
PrestaShop
prestashop appliance icon
ProcessMaker
processmaker appliance icon
Redis
redis appliance icon
Roundup
roundup appliance icon
SilverStripe
silverstripe appliance icon
SimpleMachines
simplemachines appliance icon
SuiteCRM
suitecrm appliance icon
Symfony
symfony appliance icon
Syncthing
syncthing appliance icon
TKLDev
tkldev appliance icon
Standalone Tomcat
tomcat appliance icon
Tomcat on Apache
tomcat-apache appliance icon
Torrentserver
torrentserver appliance icon
Tracks
tracks appliance icon
TYPO3
typo3 appliance icon
Vanilla
vanilla appliance icon
Web2py
web2py appliance icon
WordPress
wordpress appliance icon
XOOPS
xoops appliance icon
Zencart
zencart appliance icon

Share your testing feedback

We always love to any feedback that you care to share with us. Whether it's positive or negative (although please keep it classy ;) we'd love to hear from 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).

Looking forward to your feedback.

Comments

Gustavo Brondani Schenkel's picture

Would like the Jenkins appliance to be upgrade for the last version and, would be great to have new appliance for: Matrix.org(Communication), Discourse.org(Forum), Jitsi.org(Video Conference) and Peertube.org(Video Sharing). Since Matrix.org use Jitsi.org as default for video communication, will be better create the Jitsi appliance before than the Matrix.
Jeremy Davis's picture

v16.0 Jenkins is on the way and will be in the next batch.

Jitsi has been requested a few times relatively recently and I'd love to see it happen, but not sure when. Matris.org, Discourse.org and Peertube.org are all projects I'm aware of and would also love to see. Again, I'm not sure when we might get there, but they would certainly be great to add to the library.

If you're in a position to help out and push any of these forward, then I'd be happy to provide as much support and coaching around that as I can. Let me know if you want to take that up.

Gustavo Brondani Schenkel's picture

Do you have a how-to to start from scratch?
Jeremy Davis's picture

Do you mean how to create a new Jenkins machine using the latest TurnKey release? Or are you wanting to migrate existing data to the latest TurnKey appliance?

If it's the latter, you have 2 choices.

The first is to try doing it via TKLBAM (but before you create your backup, note that this issue may apply). Once you've created your backup, then restore it to the new machine. To ensure everything works smoothly, I suggest doing a multi-part staged restore, and probably just restoring the core Jenkins data. If you want to follow this path and aren't sure what I mean, please ask and I'll happliy elaborate.

The other is to just manually move across the relevant data. Assuming that your existing Jenkins appliance isn't super old, it should be /var/lib/jenkins. You can just archive the contents of that directory and copy the archive across to the new server and unpack it.

If you need more clarification and./or have further questions, please post back. Although it may be better to open a new thread in the forums?! (You'll need to be logged in to do that).

Jeremy Davis's picture

Deep apologies, the update Jenkins files has actually been on the mirror a little while, but I got sidetracked working on updates and only just realised that I never properly updated the website and announced the latest updates.

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