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About this release
This is a cross-compiled build of the 0.7.0 version of Leosac targeting Raspbian Stretch.
This release is unconventional because it was cross-compiled using non-standard tools with regard to the
version of Debian (Stretch) we are building for.
Most dependencies have been cross-compiled, resulting in a heavy build.
How to install
It is important that the fakeroot lives at
- Decompress to
.tarthen extract tar :
xz -d fakeroot.tar.xz && tar xvf fakeroot.tar -C /
tar xzvf LEOSAC-0.7.0-Linux.tar.gz
You should now be able to run leosac through
Changes from 0.6.3
- Most usable out of the box features are comparable to 0.6.3.
- Configuration changed should not have changed much. The doc should be mostly
up-to-date wrt config.
- Many internal change.
Some part of system still need work before being usable and stable. However the modules already
present in 0.6.3 will work the same.
Some examples might be outdated. If you encounter issues with please open pull request or open issue.
This release introduce 2 new modules:
Those modules, when properly configured, let Leosac send Wiegand card number over the network, either to a webservice service, or to a TCP server.
Various small code cleanup also come for free with this release.
The commit f2738d0 changes the configuration for the SysFsGPIO module. The
__REPLACE_ME__ text that was acting as a internal placeholder has been replaced by
__PLACEHOLDER__ which is less confusing for the end-user.
You need to update your configuration file if you are using the sysfsgpio module.
You may need to add the "Jessie" Repositories to your APT sources list. Something similar to
deb http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian jessie main
This release improve what one can do with the authentication and doorman module.
It also provide a simple (but relatively basic) way of synchronizing config between Leosac, aswel as a (simple, not yet complete) remote configuration API.
This is release 0.4.0.
Debian package are provided for armhf (raspberry pi) and amd64.
Please note that those packages don't live up to Debian's repositories package quality.
Some dependencies are bundled into those (namely,
zmqpp): be careful if you already have these libs installed on your system, as this package may override them (or cause conflict).