AMP 2.4.5 ships with our brand new release system. This will help us to streamline updates, and give users more control over their AMP installations.
Please take a moment to review the key changes to the release system as existing installations will be affected by this change.
It is critical that you update the AMP instance manager command line tools as part of this update.
Linux users can update
ampinstmgr as normal using their package manager. Windows users will need to fetch a fresh copy of
AMPSetup.msi and re-install the command-line tools.
This new button on the Status page is designed to encourage new users in particular to seek help whenever something isn’t working right. It’ll ask you a few basic questions about what the problem is, then automatically create a post on the support board, including relevant information from the Support tab. There is a setting to hide this button if it’s unwanted.
AMP Network Standard now has access to instance templates. But it does not have access to the callback to notify external tools of the new instance.
Previously, version matching was only permitted in AMP Enterprise edition. Now all tiers of Network Edition get this feature too so you don’t have to do mass upgrades to create a new instance when a new AMP release comes out.
As mentioned above, we’ve moved to a new release system. There are now just 3 streams: Mainline, Development and LTS. Instances will automatically be moved to the newer streams as appropriate. See this thread for more information.
- Fixed incorrect behaviour in UI when managing instances with a version mismatch.
- Fixed Generic module not warning the user visually if a prerequisite is missing when starting the application (such as Wine)
- ADS warns if
- Trivial processes (such as ps) no longer show as the most recently started process under the support tab (They’re still logged though in debug mode)
- Fixed a race condition in Docker management that cause inconsistent instance state.
ampinstmgrno longer vomits over the log when a dependency isn’t resolved for calculating provisioning arguments (because it’s not important)
- New instance defaults can now have empty values for settings.
- Match Version now works outside of ADS and is instance specific.
ampinstmgrwill automatically version match against the ADS version if required.
- Errors refreshing templates from Git are now exposed to the UI.
- Fixed duplicated Minecraft setting causing Sync Chunk Writes to have the wrong value.
- Added more Minecraft settings and updated import spec to accomodate.
- Fixed a bad path issue in FiveM that made it not start correctly on Linux.