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Install using the options below.

Pre-built Rockstor 4 installers are Release Candidate 10.

Rockstor 4.0.9-0 = Stable Release Candidate 10 (recommended for new installs)

Rockstor 4 is now also Pi4 & ARM64 Embedded Boot / Server Boot compatible.

See our Rockstor’s “Built on openSUSE” installer and Making a Rockstor USB install disk docs section.

Preferred options appear higher up in the following list.


Built on openSUSE Leap15.3


Generic

Rockstor-Leap15.3-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso
Rockstor-Leap15.3-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.3-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): dd if=Rockstor-Leap15.3-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso of=/dev/sdX

Recommended

ARM64EFI

Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz
Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): xzcat Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz | dd bs=4M of=/dev/sdX iflag=fullblock conv=notrunc status=progress

Also pre-sized (16GB) qcow2 format:
Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2
Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.3-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2.sha256

Awaiting Custom Ten64 drivers.

RaspberryPi4

Rockstor-Leap15.3-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz
Rockstor-Leap15.3-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.3-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): xzcat Rockstor-Leap15.3-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz | dd bs=4M of=/dev/sdX iflag=fullblock conv=notrunc status=progress

Recommended for Pi 400.


Built on openSUSE Leap15.2


Generic

Rockstor-Leap15.2-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso
Rockstor-Leap15.2-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.2-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): dd if=Rockstor-Leap15.2-generic.x86_64-4.0.9-0.install.iso of=/dev/sdX

ARM64EFI

Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz
Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): xzcat Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz | dd bs=4M of=/dev/sdX iflag=fullblock conv=notrunc status=progress

Also pre-sized (16GB) qcow2 format:
Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2
Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.2-ARM64EFI.aarch64-4.0.9-0.qcow2.sha256

Includes custom Ten64 drivers.

RaspberryPi4

Rockstor-Leap15.2-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz
Rockstor-Leap15.2-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-Leap15.2-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): xzcat Rockstor-Leap15.2-RaspberryPi4.aarch64-4.0.9-0.raw.xz | dd bs=4M of=/dev/sdX iflag=fullblock conv=notrunc status=progress


Built on openSUSE Diy


Build your own Installer

All our “Built on openSUSE” installers are made using the Rockstor 4 Installer Recipe. This in-turn uses the excellent Kiwi-ng open source image and appliance builder from openSUSE. See Kiwi-ng’s docs for the possibilities.

You can also create your own custom profile tailored to your specific needs. Please see our Custom Solutions for context.

All pending upstream updates, at time of installer build/re-build, are pre-applied to the resulting image.

We welcome profile contributions where our existing profiles are insufficient.


Built on RedHat Centos7.1511


Generic

Rockstor-CentOS7.1511-generic.x86_64-3.9.1-0.install.iso
Rockstor-CentOS7.1511-generic.x86_64-3.9.1-0.install.iso.sha256
Image Test: sha256sum -c Rockstor-CentOS7.1511-generic.x86_64-3.9.1-0.install.iso.sha256
Transfer to (sdX): dd if=Rockstor-CentOS7.1511-generic.x86_64-3.9.1-0.install.iso of=/dev/sdX

Legacy / Unsupported installer from 2017. Available here only for specialist purposes.

Also available on SourceForge as Rockstor-3.9.1.iso

Do not use for new installs.

  • Last Testing Channel release (3.9.1-16) - November 2017
  • Last Stable channel released (3.9.2-57) - April 2020

Built on openSUSE Rpm


Install on Vanilla openSUSE/SuSE SLES

Our installer profiles, and consequently our pre-build installers, deviate only a little from openSUSE’s JeOS appliance profiles.

It is possible, but not recommended or supported, to add the relevant Rockstor repositories to a dedicated vanilla openSUSE / SuSE SLES non transactional server install. Assuming the base OS version is already found within our Rockstor 4 Installer Recipe. And in the case of SLES, is at least version 15.3 when the upstream binary compatibility between openSUSE Leap & SuSE SLES began.

For advanced users only

This install method is predominantly for developers or advanced users and will likely require additional maintenance. It may also serve as an option where a SLES base is required. Please note our undesirable disabling of apparmor. We hope to resolve this partial failure in due time.

Relevant commands (assuming a 15.3 base version):


systemctl disable apparmor

zypper install --no-recommends NetworkManager

systemctl disable wicked

systemctl enable NetworkManager

systemctl start NetworkManager

(multiarch) zypper --non-interactive addrepo --refresh -p105 https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/rockstor/openSUSE_Leap_15.3/ home_rockstor

(multiarch) zypper --non-interactive addrepo --refresh -p97 https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/rockstor:/branches:/Base:/System/openSUSE_Leap_15.3/ home_rockstor_branches_Base_System

rpm --import https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rockstor/rockstor-core/master/conf/ROCKSTOR-GPG-KEY

(x86_64 only) zypper addrepo -f http://updates.rockstor.com:8999/rockstor-testing/leap/15.3/ Rockstor-Testing

(aarch64 only) zypper addrepo -f http://updates.linuxlines.com:8999/rockstor-testing/leap/15.3_aarch64/ Rockstor-Testing

zypper --non-interactive --gpg-auto-import-keys refresh

zypper in --no-recommends rockstor-4.0.9-0

systemctl start rockstor

Please note that Rockstor is not yet Multi-path controller compatible.

As always GitHub Pull Requests are Welcome.