Downloads

ZendTo is distributed in a wide variety of formats.

  • The Virtual Machines are perfect if you want to quickly deploy ZendTo into your network, and want to use virtualisation to provide services. You have the choice of Ubuntu or CentOS depending on which environment you are more accustomed to.
  • The RPM or Yum repository are ideal if you already have RedHat / CentOS / Fedora running your web server, and you wish to just add ZendTo as another site on that server.
  • The DEB or Apt repository are ideal if you already have Ubuntu / Debian running your web server, and you wish to just add ZendTo as another site on that server.
  • If you want the code and nothing else, then download the tarball and easily install it yourself.

Stable

Beta Test

Note that the beta releases are not available in the production repositories, as they are reserved for stable releases.

Note: (updated 6th June 2015) If you are upgrading from version 4.11 or earlier and use MySQL, you will need to update your MySQL database. See the instructions in /opt/zendto/sql/README.MySQL and run the 2nd "mysql" command.

Note: If you use MyZendTo (not many of you) and are upgrading from version 4.02 or earlier, read the notes at the bottom of /opt/zendto/sql/README.MySQL as you need to slightly alter your database for the user quota support. This only applies if you use MyZendTo. ZendTo is not affected at all. If you upgrade MyZendTo but use SQLite, then please contact me for assistance with the upgrade.

Note: If you are upgrading from version 3.89 or earlier, move any customised templates out of the way completely before you start, as the new package will need to install new template files for the new user interface design. You will also need to change your zendto.conf file so the "CSSTheme" setting points to "swish" instead of "duracell".

Note: If you are upgrading from ZendTo version 3.59 or earlier, you need to add some tables to the database. The Change Log entries for version 3.59 and earlier explain what you need to do as part of your upgrade.

Change Log

The Change Log lists all the updates, additions, fixes and other changes that have happened to ZendTo. Check here to see whether you might want to upgrade to the latest version, by reading the lists of new features and changes to find if any of them affect you.