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Alta 2110: Alta Web v3.10 Deb10+11

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Release Notes:

This is an installation package for the Alta Web Components that can be used to update an existing Alta virtual machine's web components.

This package can be used with Alta-TS or Alta-2110 Virtual Machines

Note: v3.0 and higher requires v2.77 or higher in order to be applied through the website.  Otherwise you must apply through the OS GUI or command line.  Compatible with Debian 10 + 11.

Recent changes

  • Latest, v3.11 (7/18/22)
    • CC4 added to CC1,CC2,CC3 language ordering option
    • Lexi on/off GPI trigger support
    • NMOS Device Explorer
    • Added SCTE104 server settings
  • v3.10 (6/22/22)
    • GPI trigger presets for SCTE104 insertion
  • v3.09 (6/14/22)
    • Network GPI support
    • GPI trigger presets for Lexi speaker change 
  • v3.08 (6/9/22)
    • Fix for regression bug related to API authorization
  • v3.07 (5/19/22)
    • Fix for TS NAP OS max buffer settings
  • v3.06 (5/12/22)
    • NAP update bug fix
    • 2110 channel status cleared immediately
  • v3.05 (5/4/22)
    • NMOS interface setting
    • NMOS log stream
    • Pre-load channel status log whenever tab opened
  • v3.04 (4/19/22)
    • Added iCap Server field to Device settings for 2110
  • v3.02 (4/14/22)
    • Python 3 support
    • CCMatch delay support (TS only)
    • NMOS Registration status and heartbeat status
    • NMOS activation log added to System Report per channel
    • Added Domain to PTP status
    • Added Interface status to PTP status and added workaround for missing PTP interface selected
    • Default FEC send settings now 10x10 (TS Only)
    • Fixed PTP conf file corruption by System Restore
    • Added PTP service status to System Report
    • Added PTP logs to System Report
    • Alta "Instances"  re-named "Channels"
    • IS-09 now runs whenever IS-04 Node is started up
    • Safeguards for missing 2110 status fields preventing page to load correctly
    • System Restore improvements
  • Network config bug fix (v2.77)
  • Fix for broken backwards compatibility with pre-configured 2110 instances (v2.77)
  • Added many more fields to PTP status for easier debugging (v2.77)
  • Better 2110 instance Tx/Rx/Telnet status reporting and NMOS links per device (v2.76)
  • Realtime NMOS activation table for each 2110 instance for better tracking of incoming activation patches (v2.76)
  • Bug fix for FEC settings validation causing failure to save new instance (v2.75)
  • 3x faster System Report generation (v2.75)
  • Disabled browser caching (v2.75)
  • FEC settings (v2.74)
  • Unicast stream capture support (v2.74)
  • Bug fix for Resource Monitor incorrect reporting of # CPU cores (2.74)
  • Debian 10.10 compatibility improvements (v2.73)
  • 2110 device default frame rate changed to 59.94 to avoid missing TLV issue (v2.73)
  • Fix for network config write permission bug (v2.72)
  • Support for clearing error counts (v2.70)
  • Reboot capability from Admin page (v2.70)
  • Resource Monitor + realtime resource usage graph (v2.70)
  • System Report feature v1.0 (first release) (v2.66)
  • Instance log downloads no longer cached (always get updated version) (v2.66)
  • Updater bug fix (v2.65)
  • NMOS UUID clear/regeneration for devices and node (v2.65)
  • Network Configuration tool  (v.2.64)
  • Realtime system bandwidth monitor + iftop improvements (v.2.64)
  • Get instanceID by instance name added to API plus duplicate name checking (v2.61)
  • Sticky warning messages no longer permanent (Latest, v2.61)
  • Serial # displayed when applicable (v2.60)
  • Change password from System->User page (v2.60)
  • Real-time Input TS Rate displayed on instance status page (v2.59)
  • NMOS uDNS/mDNS discovery settings + log level added (Alta-2110) (v2.59)
  • NMOS log downloader (Alta-2110) and misc bug fixes (v2.58)
  • NMOS version display on website (Alta-2110 only) (v2.57)
  • Web updater improvements + support for NMOS updates (v2.57)
  • Ability to set 2110 RTP payload ID (2.56)
  • SCTE-35 PID save/load bug fix (2.54)
  • Updated PTP + NMOS rest api documentation (v2.53)
  • Fix for Brazilian timezone issue (v2.53)
  • Added Update page so updates can be applied via web (v2.52)
  • Fixed SCTE-35 monitor loading issue (v2.52)
  • System/WebTools versions now always reflect latest version without rebooting (v2.51)
  • Updated documentation, old log file cleanup daemon, "Disable PES Smoothing" option (v2.50)
  • Fixed errors endpoint json structure and updated API doc (v2.49)
  • Updated instance settings layout and tooltips (v2.49)
  • Added static registration server option for NMOS (v2.48)
  • Added "Disable 708" feature (v2.47)
  • Bug fixes for Alta settings import/export and enabled feature on 2110 Alta (v2.46)
  • Added 'Test Key' button for validating cloud license keys (v2.45)
  • Better reporting of license failure when alta instance terminates (v2.45)
  • Fixed PTP status reporting bug (v2.44)
  • Refactored/Improved NMOS page (v2.43)
  • Bug fixes  (PTP status, Vanc monitor) (v.2.43)
  • Added IP Mode setting for PTP (multicast/hybrid) (v2.42)
  • Added 2022-7 settings and support (v2.42)
  • Added ANC Monitor for 2110-40 (v2.42)
  • Added encoder and web/api version to System page (v2.41)
  • Fixed input capture and network traffic display bug on System page (v2.41)
  • Bug/stability fixes (v2.41)
  • Added tr101290 + RTP error reporting/tabulation (v2.40)
  • Added System page with Network Traffic display (v2.40)
  • Added telnet status (v2.40)

How To Install

From website:

Navigate to the "Update" page on the website, upload the .deb file and then click "Apply".  You will be re-directed to the homepage after the update completes.

From command line:

Download the .deb file to your VM from a web browser (you can use the desktop or any other folder), or bring it over by USB or another file transfer mechanism after downloading to another computer. Make sure the extension remains ".deb", if it is different this may be an indication your computer has tried to unpack it automatically on downloading, which could render it unusable. 

Right-click on the file in the VM environment and select the "Install" option to upgrade (or, from a command shell, use `sudo dpkg -i <filename>`