Antelope 5.14 released on April 27, 2024

Our support of releases prior to Antelope 5.14 is now shifted over to this new release. All future maintenance and support requests must be relative to this new release.

Antelope 5.14 runs on 64-bit x86 Linux RedHat version 9.3, RedHat version 8.9, CentOS version 7.9, Ubuntu version 22, and macOS 12, 13, and 14 (Monterey, Ventura, and Sonoma) operating systems on both Intel and M1 architectures. As before, we recommend Linux as the first choice for enterprise-class monitoring. When installing Linux, we also recommend installing a complete release, e.g. with the “Development and Creative Workstation” RHEL8 environment group selectable during installation.

There are many changes in the Antelope 5.14 release relative to the previous releases. The changes are summarized in the Changes file in the ISO image root directory.

Some of the important new developments this year:

  • RedHat 9 Linux – Antelope 5.19 supports RedHat 9 Linux (compiled on RedHat 9.3) as well as our previous platforms
  • Webdlmon and web tools – We incorporated the React/JavaScript Node Package Manager; Web Sockets; and have written a generalized webdlmon application
  • Docker – We have added VNC support to our Docker image

You may download an ISO image of the new release, along with installation instructions, from