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Support for Debian 12 Bookworm

genericuser1000
Novitiate I

When can I expect to have JumpCloud support Debian 12 Bookworm?

I've tried  it and found that it's a good OS that I intend to make use of. I'm held back from using it until JumpCloud supports it.

I suspect that the Linux JumpCloud agent would work just fine, but the Linux installer script explicitly checks for the OS version when installing and blocks me from installing it.

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I haven't tested it yet but I did notice that 12 is now on the supported list.  Yay!

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urvashi
Iron II
Iron II

Hi  genericuser1000, let me check on this and get back to you. No promises on being able to provide a release date though 🙂 But I will ask and get you what info I'm authorized to share 🙂

Hi @genericuser1000  I checked internally. Support for Debian 12 is already in the works and will be available soon. I can get back to you once it's announced.

rlyons
Rising Star III

Good news. I miss my synced SSH access to my Proxmox 8 systems. Fun fact, if you UPGRADE from 7x to 8, the agent stays in place and still works..... So at least it seems like there won't be a major delay getting it on the list.

Any update on this? Debian 12 has been out for a number of months now. Is there typically any ETA around release adoptions for future reference?

Hi @jeremy-cxf let me check and get back to you 🙂

Hi @jeremy-cxf looks like we still don't have a release date that we can share but we will definitely post an announcement once its ready. We appreciate your patience! 

Ryan_G
Novitiate II

Debian 12 and Fedora 38 support would be great since it has been some time since they were released.

Ryan_G
Novitiate II

It has been some time since there were any updates on this.  I see Fedora 38 was added close to the time Fedora 39 came out.  I moved to Pop!_OS 22.04 to alleviate that but the lack of Debian 12 support is killing me.  I get that some distributions move fast but Debian is the snail that I count on 🙂

Hi @Ryan_G I'm checking internally, I'll get back to you 🙂

I have been waiting for it too for some time now. Weird that there is no support even when its that popular.

urvashi
Iron II
Iron II

@genericuser1000 @jeremy-cxf @Ryan_G @omerd_cyera @rlyons latest update is that Debian 12 is currently being tested and should be officially supported soon. This is definitely a priority for the product team. Stay tuned everyone! 

Hi. Thanks for the update. Are we talking about weeks or months?

Trying to plan our deployment plan for this year 🙂

I haven't tested it yet but I did notice that 12 is now on the supported list.  Yay!

Hello all, as @Ryan_G mentioned the supported list has been updated to include Debian 12 and Fedora 38! 

Just to confirm I was able to spin up a Debian 12 VM and install the JumpCloud agent.  Everything worked great including nuking it from JC.  Thanks!

neel-desh
Novitiate I

Hi @urvashi my team wanted to know an ETA by when we can get support for fedora 39. 

 

Hi @neel-desh let me check internally and get back to you. 

Hi @neel-desh the team is looking at Q1(ish) 2024 for Fedora 39 support as of right now. 🙂

Hello @urvashi any update on the same.

Hi @neel-desh not yet but you can subscribe to updates here so you'll know when it's released: https://jumpcloud.com/support/release-notes-2024

You can also track updates here: https://jumpcloud.com/support/agent-compatibility-system-requirements-and-impacts#linux

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