This version is considered a maintenance release. Additional to a few variables cleaned up, we have also built in some useful utilities, one such utility is the fixUpdate. This is a handy command for use if you find that your system is returning a dpkg lock error on updates etc. This utility has been included as a standard in all application build processes as well.
Version 0.7.2 adds resolve to a couple of updates that were made to apps by their developers. Most notably is the build on Radarr. Radarr recently updated their archive to no longer contain the .develop. value within the archive, as such, builds were failing. We are now extracting the archive with the proper naming scheme to reduce bad builds.
With the release of v0.7.1 we address a couple of key issues. One issue users with fresh installs were facing was the connection between rTorrent and Radarr/Sonarr. We have addressed this quandary by ensuring the mono sources are properly imported. Another big push is the inclusion of some 260 additional public trackers added to the block list, for those looking to block publics, this is great news!
Version 0.7.0 release is very near and we have finally rolled out the much requested support for Debian 9. With this release we patch up just a couple of small details, most notably, the swapping of SickRage for SickChill.
This release is considered to be a maintenance update. There are a few quirks that are still residual and floating about, and as we aim to mark more packages for multi-user availability, there are some reverse that are in need of adjustment. Additional to this is a bit of work on tidying up the packages themselves, such as removing unnecessary dependencies and tidbits of code.
Coming off of the massive core rewrite that was v0.6.5 , we are now closer to total stability in terms of the applications handled. This update addresses some remaining issues left-over. QuickBox Staff would like to give a big thank you to all the reports coming in that are helping us address this in such a fast turn around.