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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

We have published Beta 1 of Kerio Operator 2.4.

This Beta version comes with the following changes:

* Allow users to optionally apply call forwarding rules to calls coming from Call Queues and Ring Groups.
* An extension can be configured to allow only 1 concurrent call (for use with phones that do not have good support for call switching).
* Linux kernel updated to version 3.16.0.
* Added KVM VirtIO drivers.
* Added experimental support for Allo BRI (EuroISDN) cards.
* SIP From header can contain the caller's number for forwarded calls.
- Fixed day/night mode switch messages in the Event log.
- Fixed occasional sox warnings/errors in the logs during audio playback.
- Fixed searching to be case insensitive even for accented (unicode) letters.

As always, we are happy to get your feedback about this version!

Vladimir

[Updated on: Tue, 12 May 2015 14:05]

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Jef

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Hello,

When i change my disk to Virtio the linux doesn't see the drive.
I also tried a new installation and i have the same problem.
I use Proxmox for virtualization.

Greets
Jef
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi,

only virtio network card drivers are supported.

Filip
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whitneyr78

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More powerful dialing rules? You just made my day!
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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dr_gaston

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Hi,

I tried to install the beta on a KVM VPS (vultr.com as it allows using custom ISOs).
In the installer, after accepting the Terms of Use I do get the error:

Hard Drive Not Found.
ERROR: The installer is unable to locate a supported hard drive in this computer. The installation cannot continue.

Were the KVM VirtIO driver added to support KVM virtualization? If so, is this error going to be corrected?

Thanks.

Dr_Gaston.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Operator can't be installed to an accelerated hard disk (/dev/vda). Please use the 'ide' driver instead (/dev/sda).
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SCare

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Thank you very much!
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