[dev] FRRouting (6.0.2) now available in Debian buster/testing

JR Rivers jrrivers at cumulusnetworks.com
Sun Feb 10 15:05:36 EST 2019


On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 8:57 AM David Lamparter <david at opensourcerouting.org>

> Hi all,
> I'm pleased to announce FRRouting 6.0.2(-2) is now available in Debian
> testing (buster)!
> Please note that if you have an earlier version installed (e.g. from CI
> auto-packages), you will be auto-updated to 6.0.2 unless you mark the
> package for hold.  It may be necessary to do this as the official Debian
> packages have been considerably cleaned up and reworked compared to 6.0
> and older; there are some visible changes particularly in init scripts
> and startup behaviour.  (These changes were merged in 6.0.1.  If you
> already are at that or newer, the update should be smooth sailing.)
> Ubuntu has also auto-copied the package to their 19.04 / disco branch.
> This means that unless something unexpected happens, FRRouting will be
> available in the following upcoming distribution releases:
> - Debian 10 / buster (expected to become "stable" in 2~3 months)
> - Ubuntu 19.04 (expected to release end of April)
> If you have installed pre-release versions of either of these
> distributions, installing FRRouting is now a matter of doing a plain
> "apt install frr".
> FRRouting will very likely remain at the 6.0.x release train for both of
> these distributions.  If you want to receive updates to newer major
> versions, manual intervention will still be needed (there might be a
> PPA/repo at some point.)
> Cheers,
> -David
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