6.12.0 (October 2019)
Kurento Media Server 6.12 has been released!
To install it: Installation Guide.
Added support for the null ICE candidate that Firefox sends to signal the end of Trickle ICE.
Resolve mDNS candidate names that Chrome uses in place of local candidate IP Addresses for privacy reasons (PSA: mDNS and .local ICE candidates are coming).
New package kurento-dbg (to be installed with
apt-get), that installs all optional debugging symbols needed for Kurento crash reports.
Add support for compilation with Clang and UndefinedSanitizer in the Kurento helper build script: Kurento/kms-omni-build/bin/kms-build-run.sh. It now allows to choose between GCC and Clang compilers, together with support for AddressSanitizer, ThreadSanitizer, and UndefinedBehaviorSanitizer.
libsrtp fork updated to version 1.6.0; custom patch reviewed to fix “unprotect failed code 9” warning messages (Kurento/bugtracker#246).
User kurento gets now created with an User ID belonging to the system category (which gets an UID >=
100), instead of the user category (which gets an UID >=
1000). This fixes the issue of the user kurento showing up in the Ubuntu login screen.
Enable C++14 language spec. when building C++ code.
The old home directory for the user kurento, which was located at
/var/kurento, is now re-created as a symbolic link to the new location in
/var/lib/kurento. Applications should migrate to the new location. The next major release of Kurento will stop providing the fallback link in the old path.
Fix the MediaFlowInStateChange crash. Kurento/bugtracker#393 (MediaFlowInStateChange Seg Fault).
Fix leaks and posible crash in PlayerEndpoint. Kurento/bugtracker#198 (PlayerEndpoint leaks 2 sockets).
Fix GStreamer memory leak in DTLS handling.
Fix memory leak in classes auto-generated by Kurento Module Creator.
Fix potential uncaught exceptions in kms-core when parsing SDP messages.