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Apache Roller Releases

Releases of the Apache Roller blog server are made available to the
general public at no charge, under the
Apache License,
in both binary and source distributions.

General Availability (GA) Releases - Ready for Prime Time!
Roller 5.1.2 ("best available")

Previous source and binary distributions, including documentation,
are available in the

Apache archives
.

Project releases are approved by vote of the Apache Roller Project
Management Committee (PMC). Support for a release is provided by project
volunteers on the project
mailing lists.
Bugs found in a release may be discussed on the list and
reported through the
issue tracker.
The user mailing list and issue tracker are the only
support options hosted by the Apache Roller project.

Note: When downloading from a mirror, please be sure to verify that checksums and signatures are correct.
To do so, use the checksum and signature files from the main Apache site at
http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/roller/roller-5.1/v5.1.2/bin/
Find here the KEYS file, which contains all OpenPGP keys we use to sign releases:
http://www.apache.org/dist/roller/

The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG.
First download the
KEYS
as well as the
asc
signature file for the particular
distribution.
Make sure you get these files from the
main distribution
directory,

rather than from a mirror.
Then verify the signatures using

        % pgpk -a KEYS

        % pgpv ${filename}.tar.gz.asc

    or

        % pgp -ka KEYS

        % pgp ${filename}.tar.gz.asc

    or

        % gpg --import KEYS

        % gpg --verify ${filename}.tar.gz.asc

Alternatively, you can verify the MD5 signature on the files.
A Unix program called
md5
or
md5sum
is
included in many Unix distributions.
It is also available as part of

GNU Textutils.

Windows users can get binary md5 programs from
here,

here,

or
here.

If you want to build directly from the sources, please check the Project Wiki.