UBOS is a new Linux distro that aims to make it 10x easier to run server-side apps for yourself, or for your family, on hardware you own. It does by providing single-command web application install, uninstall, backup/restore and systems upgrade, including all server configuration, database provisioning, data migration etc. UBOS now also provides single-command network configuration, including DHCP, mDNS, DNS, firewall, masquerading and integration with Letsencrypt.
Current supported platforms: x86, Raspberry Pi 0-3, Marvell EspressoBIN, Docker, EC2
beta1206 Nov 2017 18:18
This release has been focused on: improving the way how UBOS is built and tested; making it possible to release app upgrades and OS upgrades independently of each other; making it easier for developers to package their applications for UBOS. There are now application examples for apps built using PHP, Python, Java, Ruby on Rails, MySQL and Postgresql.
beta1114 Jun 2017 02:45
UBOS Beta 11 is here, and we are proud to add the Marvell EspressoBIN to the list of supported devices.
Launched on Kickstarter earlier this year, the EspressoBIN is an interesting board: it doesn t have any graphics (which is fine with us because most UBOS devices are used as headless servers) but instead it has three Ethernet ports and a SATA connector. The currently available 1GB version costs only 49 on Amazon. So it s perfect for running UBOS.
We have also verified that the Raspberry Pi Zero W (the 10 version that has WiFi) also works out of the box with UBOS.
beta910 Nov 2016 18:14
One-command installation of Nextcloud 10. One-command upgrade from ownCloud to Nextcloud, and from Nextcloud 9 to Nextcloud 10. Added some Wordpress themes and plugins.
Automatic file system snapshots protect against failing upgrades. Not that those should ever happen, but let s be safe instead of sorry.
The development of UBOS-based appliances has become simpler and more secure.
Various bug fixes and improvements.
All images for all platforms has been updated (PC, Raspberry Pi Zero/1/2/3, BeagleBone Black, Docker, Cloud, Container)
beta817 Aug 2016 18:00
When creating a new site with ubos-admin createsite, you can now easily install several apps at the same site. For example, you could run your Wordpress blog at example.com/blog and your Nextcloud family file sharing at example.com/files. The command has been restructured to allow you to enter multiple apps.
You can now restore old backups to new apps. For example, if you d like to migrate your ownCloud installation to Nextcloud, all you need to do is to create a backup of your ownCloud site with ubos-admin backup and then tell ubos-admin restore that you d like to migrate. It s really easy.
UBOS now has the beginnings of internet protocol 6 (IPv6) support.
Various bug fixes and improvements.
beta708 Jul 2016 16:19
Native Amazon EC2 image
Raspberry Pi 3 support (in addition to Zero, 1 and 2)
Off-site backups to Amazon S3, which may be encrypted, in a single command
New applications Nextcloud and Mattermost
Letsencrypt integration, for a single-command deployment of a web app at a virtual host with automatically provisioned SSL certificate
E-mail from behind the firewall support via Amazon SES
And lots more
beta614 Dec 2015 21:16
UBOS now runs on the Raspberry Pi Zero, in addition to the original one and version 2.
UBOS now also runs on Docker.
The new network configuration public-gateway lets you set up your UBOS device as a router for your home network, and access your apps on your public IP address, with a single command.
And of course the usual: some packages have been upgraded, bugs have been fixed etc.
beta508 Dec 2015 22:53
New images to run UBOS in Linux containers on x86_64 and ARM.
Single-command network configuration including home routers.
Many application upgrades.
Improved developer tools. Better build process.
beta313 Mar 2015 16:58
* ARM v7 support: Raspberry Pi 2, and Beagle Bone Black
* Introducing the UBOS Staff for easy ssh setup without keyboard or monitor
* Bug fixes and other improvements
beta210 Feb 2015 18:47
* new installer
* easy setup of SSL/TLS websites
* many bug fixes
beta 118 Dec 2014 01:50
First public beta on x86_64 and Raspberry Pi.