Veyon 4.5.3 released

Veyon 4.5.3 is the third maintenance release of Veyon 4.5.x. Besides a huge number of bug fixes (especially for the demo mode) and the usual 3rdparty component updates, the WebAPI implementation has been refactored to support asynchronous requests.

All downloads for this release are available in the download area.

A complete list of changes in detail can be found below:

  • BuiltinX11VncServer: add missing return value
  • Core: fix hostname conversion if FQDN resolving fails
  • Core: improve hostname resolution reliability
  • Core: update active features after every feature status change
  • Core: improve parsing port numbers for IPv6 addresses
  • Configurator: add scrollbars to configuration pages if they don’t fit on the screen
  • Demo: fix memory leak on connection error
  • Demo: fix VNC server port detection to properly work with external VNC servers
  • Demo: fix broadcasting of individual screens if placed out of order
  • Demo: fix stopping demo mode via context menu
  • Master: fix automatic reload of screenshot list on filesystem changes
  • Master: fix minor issues in Linux manpage
  • Linux: drop kdesudo/gksudo support
  • Linux: drop openSUSE 15.1 package
  • Linux: provde packages for CentOS 7.9 (20.09) and CentOS 8.3 (20.11)
  • Linux: provide packages for Fedora 32 and 33
  • Windows: UltraVNC: update to version 1.3.3-dev3
  • Windows: update libraries (Qt 5.12.11 snapshot, OpenLDAP 2.4.57, OpenSSL 1.1.1j, QCA 2.3.2)
  • WebAPI: qthttpserver: switch to master branch
  • WebAPI: refactor to multithreaded implementation supporting asynchronous requests
  • WebAPI: increase default connection limit to 32
  • WebAPI: add status fields to feature list
  • Internal build system improvements for shorter build times
  • Update translations
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