YunoHost 3.4 release / Sortie de YunoHost 3.4


#22

Oui, mais à quoi est-ce que tu penses par exemple ?

N.B. : en étant admin, tu peux facilement passer root avec 'sudo su'


#23

Je pensais aux logs des mails, par exemple, ou php. :slight_smile:


#24

Minor version 3.4.2.3 was released and should fix the following :

  • Admin password appearing in logs when login in from the webadmin
  • Updated the IP for DNS resolvers according to diyisp.org

#25

I was on yunohost “beta” to try 3.4, now that it is out, how can I switch back to stable?


#26

You should already be in 3.4.2.x (the stable release) but if you want to avoid upgrading to the next testing, you can edit the repo config using nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/yunohost.list

then replace ‘testing’ by ‘stable’, save, and do an apt update (it never hurts)


#27

Hello, the upgrade worked well, globally, except for one package : onlyoffice (not stable at this time I know).
I think there is a problem with nginx conf files and headers. But I don’t if the pb is linked to Yunohost or specific to the package.
Here the error I have :
La ressource à l’adresse « https://cloud.monsite.com/yunohost/sso/?r=aHR0cHM6Ly9jbG91ZC5oYW5uZWJlcnQuY29tL3luaHBhbmVsLmpz » a été bloquée en raison d’un type MIME (« text/html ») incorrect (X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff).

I reported it on github : https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/onlyoffice_ynh/issues/6#issuecomment-462032427

I would appreciate any help :slight_smile:


#28

Hmmokay, I’m not sure but it could be related to a change in the nginx header (add_header -> more_set_headers) but one would need to investigate deeper to really understand what’s going on :s


#29

I could try in deleting the added header in nginx conf files for nextcloud domain and/or onlyoffice domain. Is it dangerous ?


#30

Thanks!


#32

Soooo pre-installed images for ARM boards were upated !

https://yunohost.org/#/images

They should be working well and everything (been checking RPi and orangepi PC+), but it wouldnt hurt if some people could validate them on their side as well.

In particular, I’m interested if someone could test the RPi image on an HDMI screen to see if the whole initial bootprompt thing really does work nicely now. (It has only been tested in a virtualbox)