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Administrative => Announcements => Topic started by: franco on April 10, 2015, 03:37:45 pm

Title: OPNsense 15.1.9 released
Post by: franco on April 10, 2015, 03:37:45 pm
Hello friends,

although we have already released early this week, we’re pushing out 15.1.9 for two important reasons: security updates, kernel panic fixes and clean images as we’ve had a couple of things that needed addressing following the configuration system rewrite in 15.1.8. That's three important reasons really. ;)

The recommended upgrade method is the root console option 12 to properly update both the packages and the base system to the latest available releases. Please verify that the system information widget on the dashboard presents you with the following and new version information (will show "i386" as opposed to "amd64" if you use the 32 bit version):

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OPNsense 15.1.9-amd64
FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p9
OpenSSL 1.0.1m 19 Mar 2015

Alternatively, you can choose to boot a fresh install media and do a clean config import followed by an immediate installation to retain your full setup.

As always, back up your configuration to an external location prior to upgrading.

LibreSSL images and updates are expected later today. Please watch out for the announcement on Twitter, IRC, the forum or elsewhere. LibreSSL is still an experimental release despite the fact we keep it up to date and mix LibreSSL updates into the shared patch notes.

Here is the change log for 15.1.9:

o tools: install media live images now use the more flexible tmpfs(5)
o tools: cxgbe(4) is now compiled into the kernel
o ports: strongswan 5.3.0 (https://www.strongswan.org/blog/2015/03/30/strongswan-5.3.0-released.html), openssh-portable 6.8p1 (http://www.openssh.com/txt/release-6.8), ntp 4.2.8p2 (http://support.ntp.org/bin/view/Main/SecurityNotice#Recent_Vulnerabilities)
o src: reverted inconsistent carp(4) and pfsync(4) patches to retain standard FreeBSD behaviour
o src: fix multiple vulnerabilities of ntp (SA-15:07 (https://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-15:07.ntp.asc))
o src: fix denial of service with IPv6 router advertisements (SA-15:09 (https://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-15:09.ipv6.asc))
o core: console upgrade now also triggers the unused package removal
o core: fix regression that caused a faulty config.xml when applying limiter settings
o core: refactored the configd command structure for clarity
o core: fix for SMTP notifications that broke due to PHP 5.6’s new default SSL behaviour
o core: thorough unused java script purge under the hood
o upnp: fix redeclaration error on main page shortcut click
o user manager: consolidated the labels of all privileges, especially OpenVPN
o development: opnsense-update can selectively upgrade base/kernel for testing
o development: new chunk of progress on the new proxy feature and MVC structure

The images can be found on a mirror of your choosing:


The checksums are:

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SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-cdrom-amd64.iso.bz2) = d159a791cbc373435f25c74f433cc6b419fd8d6df8940d854fec6cd07545acd4
SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-serial-amd64.img.bz2) = 0584fa5092c40af9f8523be527408af57eac2ca71c9522e8167f7ae7f08e0586
SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-vga-amd64.img.bz2) = ccd550b471aa6b13d9a8921aa9461d5eddedaeb9c375e97261ff4e54ebd881d2
SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-cdrom-i386.iso.bz2) = dd3816e0b9c166009de0bde47adce28472bcc639918de91813db4b0ad3bd863e
SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-serial-i386.img.bz2) = 6b39d3a3ede80f6996c589eeeb39b0777b3ae878f79101b85f9b7af3dad771d3
SHA256 (OPNsense-15.1.9-vga-i386.img.bz2) = 56b401719811d233cfd476f49501c436e0f3f02422a1bbc711aa70c0a1a4e340

MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-cdrom-amd64.iso.bz2) = 82b9575e8070248d52b01baae9d31544
MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-serial-amd64.img.bz2) = 3f516cfb088d13f747bc68a0725b955d
MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-vga-amd64.img.bz2) = 14f035f45c89f5fd404881baac93528f
MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-cdrom-i386.iso.bz2) = 09e724a1313f5ebbbfcbf61c62e0803d
MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-serial-i386.img.bz2) = 736069fb503de87599b0f866a47fdb02
MD5 (OPNsense-15.1.9-vga-i386.img.bz2) = c79f0c9fe2a0fcb4d8f4ff18146fe340

Stay safe and enjoy,
Your OPNsense team