New OS X VM in our Bitnami packages
We have replaced our native OS X Bitnami installers with an equivalent OS X Virtual Machine (VM). The old OS X Bitnami installers will not be available as of version 3.0.5-4.
A ReportServer Bitnami OS X VM is a virtual machine (VM) that includes everything you need to run ReportServer on your OS X system. Once downloaded, you can launch it and immediately begin using ReportServer.
What is the difference between an OS X native Installer and an OS X VM?
- An OS X native installer installs the ReportServer Bitnami application stack and all its components directly on your OS X system.
- An OS X VM is a virtual machine for OS X. It includes all the components of the ReportServer Bitnami application stack in a Debian-based virtual machine that runs on your OS X system. It uses the OS X native virtualization so it is not necessary to install other virtualization software previously like VirtualBox or VMware.
The following ReportServer credentials are configured by default on the OS X VM:
Further, we upgraded the following components in all our Bitnami packages:
- MariaDB to 10.1.38
- Tomcat to 9.0.16
You can download all our Bitnami packages from our downloads site: https://reportserver.net/en/download/
Your ReportServer Team