Guy Albertelli II lon-capa-dev@mail.lon-capa.org
Fri, 20 Aug 2004 16:38:03 -0400 (EDT)

Hi All,

New Version Released

Well, there were a few more things that needed polishing.

Notable Changes:
- fixed issue preventing yum's conf getting updated
- some new icons
- certificate email updated
- cuphysics -> colorado
- mispelled hujil1
- webserver misconfig messages were being thrown away
- <organicstructure> <imageresponse> ignored tex printing size
- <part> inside of <td> didn't print
- loncontrol more admanent about killing off daemons
- announcements work across DST changes
- bulletin boards with images look better
- aboutme links work again
- print dirs sorts case insesitively
- print dirs as Co-author detects correct pulication status
- parms 'hiddenresource','encrypturl','randompick','randompickseed'
   no longer show up in PARM (since they didn't work there anyway)
- print from dir with resources with really longnames could go into an
   infinite loop
- %wrong graph readded
- delete unviewable resources works better
- plotting empty curves in gnuplot 4.0 works
- print no longer prints <script> blocks

Known Issues:
- 1.1 servers are unable to host sessions for course running on 1.2
   servers, you will need to upgrade all machines in the cluster at the
   same time. (Or at least the access servers need to be updated
   before the library servers)
- TEST is broken

To install this update:

1) You will need to be running Fedora Core 2 or RedHat 7.3
     for this release to work

2) if you are running RedHat 7.3 and you will need to install the
     3.13 systemperl rpm

First get:

Install it by doing:
rpm -e `rpm -q -a | grep systemperl`
rpm --install --force --nodeps LON-CAPA-systemperl-3.13-rh7.i386.rpm

Verify it is installed by doing:

$ rpm -q LON-CAPA-systemperl

RedHat 7.X will show

3) if you are running Fedora Core 2

   You will need to do things after running UPDATE

4) Download the new LON-CAPA tarball from

RH 7.3:
wget http://install.lon-capa.org/versions/loncapa-

Fedora Core 2:
wget http://install.lon-capa.org/versions/loncapa-fedora-

and untar it

tar xzvf loncapa-
tar xzvf loncapa-fedora-

5) Run the UPDATE script as root

cd loncapa-

6) If you are running Fedora Core 2 you will need to use yum to update
     your machine and then install the LONCAPA-prerequisites

yum update
yum install LONCAPA-prerequisites

7) restart the system services
/etc/rc.d/init.d/loncontrol stop
/etc/rc.d/init.d/loncontrol start
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start

1) Many questions are answered at http://help.lon-capa.org
2) Defects reports, and enhancements requests can be entered at
3) Mailing lists can be joined and left at http://mail.lon-capa.org

guy@albertelli.com  LON-CAPA Developer  0-7-3-9-