I thank you @jon
In fact, I did so.
I meant if you could download the test version while avoiding the upgrade.
In the sense that since I did the clean installation for testing, installing CU174 right away was more practical (in my case).
But from the link you sent me, I am convinced it is the only way .
Pardon my English. I use “deepl” but I have strong suspicions that automatic translators are never the best.
the first two warnings are deprecation warnings according to the update to the new OpenVPN-2.6.x version. A more detailed description are located in here → OpenVPN 2.6 Development version - #3 by ummeegge .
The third error message is old and known and is also correct in terms of the OpenVPN handling according to his configuration. Since OpenVPN drops his privileges to an unprivleged user (nobody) while starting the instance, the process is after a SIGTERM (stopping the process) not capable to execute the deletion of the routes (kernel space), therefor you would need plugins like down-root but the system makes this on itself after a period of time.
and select “master” then “latest” then the architecture you are interested in (x86_64 or aarch64) and you will have a directory with the latest versions of the Testing branch with both iso and img files together with their b2sum files so you can make sure the download worked correctly.
The only negative aspect of testing an iso/img fresh install directly is that the upgrade script from the previous version to the Testing version does not get evaluated in that approach but it can still provide good info on how the Testing version is performing or if there are any bugs in it.
No. My patch has been submitted but it has not yet been reviewed and approved. After review and ok then the patch will be merged into the git repo. Then the next nightly build will create the new testing version. If you look in the directory with the iso/img files then there is a file that lists the changes that have been included in that version. I can’t remember the name of the file but you can look in the files and find out fairly easily.