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v1.0 (2019-11-29)

  • Append /etc/resolv.conf.tail to /etc/resolv.conf if it exists.
  • Fixed usage.

v0.9 (2019-06-26)

  • Added support for -c to specify the probing order of different cloud stacks.
  • Added support for OpenNebula's START_SCRIPT methods (user-data alike).
  • Added support for OpenNebula's USERNAME method.
  • Added support for generating a default user password and writing it into ~/.ssh/authorized_keys.
  • Fixed handling of OpenNebula SSH_PUBLIC_KEY entries with multiple keys.
  • Improved documentation, added file.

v0.8 (2019-06-02)

  • Added support for growing the root disk and its last partition (optional).
  • Fixed OpenStack support.
  • Fixed compilation with LibreSSL on OpenBSD 6.5 or newer.
  • Fixed probing order and OpenStack with as the endpoint IP.
  • Improved OpenNebula support.

v0.7 (2018-08-15)

  • Added initial support for OpenNebula contextualization.
  • Added support for setting a custom login user or "root" with -U.
  • Added support for writing resolv.conf and static network configuration.
  • Fixed the generated pf rule that is loaded during cloud-agent operation.

v0.6 (2018-05-15)

  • Fixed compilation with (old) OpenSSL releases.

v0.5 (2018-05-08)

  • Fixed the user-data script by loading it from /etc/rc.user-data.

v0.4 (2018-05-08)

  • Added support for user-data that is not base64-encoded.

v0.3 (2018-05-08)

  • Added support for user-data scripts.
  • Make the public key optional for stacks that supply a password (e.g. Azure).

v0.2.2 (2018-05-07)

  • Fixed issues in the v0.2.1 release.

v0.2.2 (2018-05-07)

  • Fixed issues in the v0.2 release.

v0.2 (2018-01-10)

  • Added support for OpenStack and its JSON-based meta data.
  • Added support for Apache CloudStack.
  • Try to get meta data from dhcp-server-identifier instead of

v0.1 (2017-07-03)

  • Initial release with support for Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS EC2.