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A new version of Altai Private Cloud for Developers 1.0.2 was released.

The new release is devoted to cleaning package dependencies. Also, a bunch of bugfixes was made, primarily to user interface. Let’s see what’s new in Altai 1.0.2 from maintainer’s point of view.

In previous releases, we had this motto: “Take basic CentOS/RHEL, take our source RPMs, and you will be able to build the whole Altai and install it”.
Altai RPMs (both source and binary) were grouped in two repositories: “main” and “deps”. “deps” were packages rebuilt from their third-party source RPMs without changes. All other packages went to “main”, including customized third-party software (like nginx with uploading module) and Altai proper packages like Focus web UI.
Since we built both “main” and “deps” packages, we signed them with Grid Dynamics signature.

This model had one pitfall: we had to maintain plenty of well-known packages that were not…

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