The Ignite Realtime Community is proud to announce the 4.1.6 release of Openfire. This release signifies our continuing effort to produce stable 4.1 series releases while work continues on the next major release. A changelog denoting 16 resolved issues is available and you can download the release builds from our website.
Important to know: Openfire now automatically installs the service. On the last step of the installer you will have an option whether to start it or not (it will also open the browser pointing to Admin Console, if you chose to start it). You shouldn’t run the launcher, if the service is started. Documentation is updated accordingly. If you already have older service running, stop it before upgrading. You don’t have to do this when upgrading from 4.1.5 and with later versions. It should stop the service automatically.
The following table denotes release artifact sha1sums and some github download statistics for the 4.1.5 release of that particular file.
|OS||sha1sum||Filename||Version 4.1.5 Downloads|
|Linux RPM (32bit JRE)||f05e664e8c71c87e9d22f9e4d9ee49fc70ac2ade||openfire-4.1.6-1.i686.rpm||2,473|
|Linux RPM (No JRE)||23936a3e9131d72febe18e52d8778f4f27e14a21||openfire-4.1.6-1.noarch.rpm||2,463|
|Linux RPM (64bit JRE)||c52c74de7661f894395287a3119dd39d217f7726||openfire-4.1.6-1.x86_64.rpm||12,027|
|Windows EXE (32bit, No JRE)||228ab4fb6a95679a98995f6751d7bfb6831d48e3||openfire_4_1_6.exe||49,948|
|Windows EXE (32bit JRE)||09ed1261cd485414ab4bdb080324ea8f2484b784||openfire_4_1_6_bundledJRE.exe||n/a|
|Windows EXE (64bit, No JRE)||726e3b4a70e04532540b6ffdf3702d03f17e34c1||openfire_4_1_6_x64.exe||n/a|
|Windows EXE (64bit JRE)||00bd41e6df267fd87621bd048ed033065103bc65||openfire_4_1_6_bundledJRE_x64.exe||n/a|
As a reminder, our development of Openfire happens on Github and we have an active MUC development chat hosted at email@example.com. We are always looking for more folks to pitch in with testing, fixing bugs, and development of new features. Please consider helping out!
As always, please report any issues in the Community Forums and thanks for using Openfire!