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YunoHost

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YunoHost
YunoHost logo
YunoHost user portal
YunoHost user portal showing installed applications
OS familyLinux (Unix-like)
Working stateCurrent
Initial releaseMarch 2012; 8 years ago (2012-03)
Latest release4.0 / July 29, 2020; 3 months ago (2020-07-29)
Update methodAPT and YunoHost's app system
Platformsi386, AMD64, ARM
Default user interfaceWeb interface
LicenseFree software licenses
(mainly AGPL) and other licenses
Official websiteyunohost.org

YunoHost is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution packaged with free software that automates the installation of a personal web server[1]. The purpose of YunoHost is to allow users to easily host their own web services by enabling a simple point-and-click web interface for installing various web apps. Currently supported apps include an email server with webmail interface, a WordPress website, an instant messaging server, a news aggregator, a file sharing server, and a seedbox, among others. The name YunoHost is a play on words on the internet meme "Y U NO". Yunohost (along with Internet Cube) are part of present NLnet Foundation's funded projects.[2]

History[edit]

YunoHost development began in March 2012.[3] And it is still actively maintained.

Version 1.0[edit]

Version 1.0, based on Debian Squeeze, was released on August 5, 2012.

Version 2.0[edit]

Version 2.0, based on Debian Wheezy, was released on June 12, 2014.[4]

Version 2.2[edit]

Version 2.2 was released on May 28, 2015.[5] It is compatible with Debian Wheezy and Jessie. BIND has been replaced by Dnsmasq. A mailbox quota system has been set up.

Version 2.4[edit]

YunoHost 2.4 was released on May 20, 2016.[6] It includes a backup and recovery system, a system for fine management of service configuration, improvements in application management and packaging, and many other new features and bug fixes. MySQL has been replaced by MariaDB and the anti-spam amavis has been replaced by rspamd. This release is only compatible with Debian Jessie.

Version 3.0[edit]

Yunohost 3.0 was released on June 17, 2018.[7] It includes new features and is compatible with the new version of Debian released almost a year ago,[Debian] Stretch. This also marks the end of the cycle for Debian Jessie. It adds new security features to the program nginx, ssh... It also updates Metronome and[rspamd] in their most recent versions. Further improvements in translation have been made. Finally, the backup/restore system also switches to a stable version. The Occitan language is now available.

Version 3.6[edit]

Released on July 5, 2019 it brings a new unified list of applications.

On 18 March 2019 Time4VPS have started to offer VPS servers with YunoHost template.[8]

Version 4.0[edit]

Yunohost 4.0 was released on July 29, 2020.[9] It is compatible with the new version of Debian released almost a year ago, Debian Buster. This also marks the end of the cycle for Debian Stretch.

Components: services[edit]

  • A system of application.
  • A web interface
  • A command-line interface (CLI): Moulinette
  • A web server: Nginx
  • A DNS server: Dnsmasq
  • A database: MariaDB
  • A backup system
  • A SSO : SSOwat
  • OpenLDAP
  • Email:
    • SMTP: Postfix
    • IMAP: Dovecot
    • An antispam: rspamd,rmilter
  • instant messaging XMPP server: Metronome IM

Main Applications[edit]

  • Bitwarden
  • CryptPad
  • Diaspora_(social network)
  • DokuWiki
  • Drupal
  • Element (software)
  • Ghost (blogging platform)
  • Gitea
  • Gitlab
  • Jappix
  • Mailman
  • Mattermost
  • MediaWiki
  • Nextcloud
  • PeerTube
  • phpMyAdmin
  • Roundcube
  • Searx
  • Tiny Tiny RSS
  • Transmission
  • WordPress

See also[edit]

  • FreedomBox
  • arkOS : similar project based on Arch Linux, discontinued in April 2017
  • Cloudron

References[edit]

  1. "DistroWatch.com: YunoHost". distrowatch.com. Retrieved 2020-09-13.
  2. "NLnet; Current Projects". nlnet.nl. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
  3. "What is YunoHost?". YunoHost. February 2012. Retrieved May 9, 2019.
  4. http://news.yunohost.org/article3/yunohost-v2-is-here
  5. "YunoHost 2.2 released". 28 May 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
  6. "Publication of YunoHost 2.4". 20 May 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
  7. "YunoHost 3.0 (Stretch) release / Release of YunoHost 3.0 (Stretch)". YunoHost Forum. Retrieved 2018-06-19.
  8. "Getting started with YunoHost". Time4VPS Community. 18 March 2019. Retrieved May 9, 2019.
  9. "YunoHost 4.0 (Buster) release". Retrieved 2020-08-05.

External links[edit]


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