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For those that were quick to download. There was a rights issue in the
'operational' install of OcfaArch (the 'testing' install was fine).
We fixed this and put up a new release candidate (rc2).
If any of you runs into other installation or usage issues like this
please let us know.
On 11/03/10 12:04, Rob wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> We just published the first release candidate for the 2.3.0 release of
> OCFA. The most important changes to this release are:
> * New libtsk based CarvFs aware modules for processing filesytems.
> * New carvpathrepository based kicktree modules for kickstarting ewf
> files (libewf) and raw dd files.
> * A new scalpel based CarvFs aware module for zero storage carving.
> * A new verry powerfull (but still slightly experimental) alternative
> router provided by the FIVES project.
> * Some bug and memory leak fixes.
> While this is only the first release candidate of the 2.3.0 release, if
> you are having memory leak issues with the 2.2.x versions of OCFA or are
> running into the limits of your storage system, you should probably give
> this release candidate a try.
> Please note that installation and usage documents are not yet updated.
> The wiki holds some installation and usage notes that should get you on
> your way.
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