I’m happy to announce the second release of OpenC3!
- The Admin Plugins Tab now gives feedback on plugin changes and allows downloading any changes made to plugins since they have been installed
Key Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue running the ./openc3.sh cli command
- Docker compose files updated to fix running in rootless Podman (and any SELinux environment)
Pull Request Links
- fix typoes and references by @ryanmelt in #40
- Show modified targets and D/L modifications by @jmthomas in #39
- Support Selinux by @ryanmelt in #41
- Check for plugin mods on upgrade and delete by @jmthomas in #42
- Fixes and openc3cli changes to support enterprise by @ryanmelt in #45
- Fix deleting plugins with mods by @jmthomas in #46
Prerequisites: Docker - Running OpenC3 requires a working Docker or Podman installation. Typically Docker Desktop on Windows / Mac. Plain Docker or Podman also works on linux. We actively develop and run with Docker Desktop on Mac/Windows, and Linux on Raspberry Pi, so if you have any issues on another platform, please let us know by submitting a ticket!
Minimum Resources allocated to Docker: 4GB RAM, 1 CPU, 80GB Disk Recommended Resources allocated to Docker: 16GB RAM, 2+ CPUs, 100GB Disk
To Run: Download one of the archives (.zip or .tar.gz from the Github release page) Download Release Here Extract the archive somewhere on your host computer Run Linux/Mac: ./openc3.sh run Run Windows: openc3.bat run Connect a web browser to http://localhost:2900/ Have fun running OpenC3!
Please see our documentation at https://openc3.com
Try it out and let us know what you think! Please submit any issues as Github tickets, or any generic feedback to email@example.com.
Full Changelog: Changelog