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changelogs:nems_1.5 [2019/09/13 19:51]
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   * September 10, 2019 - NEMS Cloud Services will now re-route you to the Dashboard if you have an active session. Active sessions will remain active for 24 hours. As [[https://​twitter.com/​premium3722/​status/​1171308803960266752|requested by Premium]].   * September 10, 2019 - NEMS Cloud Services will now re-route you to the Dashboard if you have an active session. Active sessions will remain active for 24 hours. As [[https://​twitter.com/​premium3722/​status/​1171308803960266752|requested by Premium]].
   * September 10, 2019 - Removed the perfdata tweaks as they only bandaid the more crucial problem: a misconfigured Nagios conf. Will later add a feature to tweak nagios.cfg settings, but for now those who choose to hack their cfg files directly will probably break things.   * September 10, 2019 - Removed the perfdata tweaks as they only bandaid the more crucial problem: a misconfigured Nagios conf. Will later add a feature to tweak nagios.cfg settings, but for now those who choose to hack their cfg files directly will probably break things.
 +  * September 10, 2019 - NEMS Linux 1.5.1 Build 1 for Raspberry Pi went into private testing.
   * September 13, 2019 - NEMS Cloud Services sessions now remain active for 7 days, allowing you to open NEMS Cloud Services features in your browser without needing to login (until you click Logout).   * September 13, 2019 - NEMS Cloud Services sessions now remain active for 7 days, allowing you to open NEMS Cloud Services features in your browser without needing to login (until you click Logout).
   * September 13, 2019 - //nems-info **frequency**//​ now reports the average frequency across all cores, rather than the frequency of the first core. Thanks to Bo from ameriDroid for pointing out this inconsistency.   * September 13, 2019 - //nems-info **frequency**//​ now reports the average frequency across all cores, rather than the frequency of the first core. Thanks to Bo from ameriDroid for pointing out this inconsistency.
   * September 13, 2019 - The build process now clears bash history correctly so on first boot, users don't have the development history.   * September 13, 2019 - The build process now clears bash history correctly so on first boot, users don't have the development history.
 +  * September 13, 2019 - NEMS Linux 1.5.1 Build 1 for ODROID-C2 went into private testing.
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