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    BMC PATROL for Linux 1.1

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    Release notes and notices
    updated 02 Dec
    This section provides information about what is new or changed in this space, including urgent issues, documentation updates, service packs, and patches. 

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    To export to PDF or Word

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    DateTitleSummary
    December 02, 2016Announcing support for new platformsAdded platform support
    November 25, 20161.1.00.02: Patch 2 for BMC PATROL for LinuxReleased a patch for fix an issue reported in the earlier versions
    July 12, 2016Announcing support for new platformsAdded platform support
    June 17, 20161.1.00.01: Patch 1 for BMC PATROL for LinuxProvides improved data security by using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
    April 29, 2016Announcing support for Ubuntu 15.04, 15.10, and 16.04 operating systemsAdded platform support
    April 22, 2016Announcing support for Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.11, 6.7, and 7.2 operating systemsAdded platform support
    April 22, 2016Announcing support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12.1 operating systemsAdded platform support
    April 14, 2016Announcing support for CentOS 6.7 and 7.2 operating systemsAdded platform support
    April 14, 2016Announcing support for Debian 8.3.00 and 8.4.00 operating systemAdded platform support
    March 31, 2016Announcing support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 and 7.2 operating systemAdded platform support
    December 30, 2015Announcing support for Debian 7.9.00 and 8.2.00 operating systemAdded platform support

    September 23, 2015

    1.1.00 features

    BMC PATROL for Linux 1.1.00 provides you with the following updates:

     

     

    Notice

     Accessing online Help

    Online Help for KMs is no longer available from the following consoles:

    • PATROL Central Operator – Microsoft Windows Edition
    • PATROL Central Operator – Web Edition
    • PATROL Console for Microsoft Windows
    • PATROL Console for UNIX.

    However, online Help will continue to be available from the BMC TrueSight Operations Management console and BMC Central Monitoring Administration. For more information, see Frequently Asked Questions on Online Help.

    Where to go from here

    Before you get started, see Planning, for information about the software and hardware requirements. For information about obtaining the installation files, see Downloading the installation files.

    Related topics

    Known and corrected issues

    1.1.00 features

    Planning

     

    Planning and system requirements.

    Installing

     

    Information about installing the product.

    Configuring after installation

     

    Required post-installation configuration tasks.

    Monitor types and attributes

     

    Information about the monitoring elements of the KM.

    Using

     

    Interface descriptions, using the product.

    Troubleshooting

     

    Issues resolution, error messages, logs, and contacting Support.

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