No, this is not a repeat from yesterday’s post. Turns out there was another security release for Django yesterday (thanks Zygmunt for the heads up), so here’s the release of ï»¿Django Developer Kit Appliance 1.2.3.
As always, choose from the following image types:
- Amazon EC2 AMI Large (ami-ba996cd3)
- Amazon EC2 AMI Small (ami-a0996cc9)
- ISO x86 (SHA1 11811571ee8f8f2a0d7778c9e4275060de73f271)
- ISO x86_64 (SHA1 065b1c5dfa410cffeec9950d577cddd15f369bad)
- Raw Filesystem x86 (SHA1 141427d7c84449ccc7eacbee7d527b8ba6f7ca48)
- Raw Filesystem x86_64 (SHA1 482ecbbd2c177e3fdc33b18dc0ee65c83d681956)
- VMware ESX x86 (SHA1 10757fd1f0ec119fe236f3402bf38dfde25cb40a)
- VMware ESX x86 OVF 1.0 (SHA1 7c535f1514a969118f08f4bdf9c9559b492c72d6)
- VMware ESX x86_64 (SHA1 a710d469e74124f2988591362b6943cee9589e46)
- VMware ESX x86_64 OVF 1.0 (SHA1 c7a11c380f2d5e0cfc96220cbfe81a88876eb201)
- VMware Desktop x86 (SHA1 29eb739b88d90a172815c2274aafb0b1ffe4228a)
- VMware Desktop x86_64 (SHA1 f3ba1c95fc04260bf60ad3fef8552eda6be5f12d)
Remember that the appliance comes with its own management system that can be accessed by pointing your browser to https://YOUR-APPLIANCE-IP:8003 and logging in as the admin user (the default password the first time you boot your appliance is password, but you will immediately be asked to change it during the 1-step setup wizard). From there you can also configure backups, updates, and manage system services.
If you are already running the appliance, then you can update it to get the latest code. Just use the Update plugin in the web based management system or run conary updateall from the command line as the superuser.