Antelope 5.12 released on May 2, 2022

Our support of releases prior to Antelope 5.12 is now shifted over to this new release. All future maintenance and support requests must be relative to this new release.

Antelope 5.12 runs on 64-bit x86 RedHat / CentOS Linux versions 7.9 and 8.5, and macOS 12 (Monterey) 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” environment group selectable during installation.

There are many changes in the Antelope 5.12 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:

  • Wider Platform Support – Antelope 5.12 supports RedHat and CentOS Linux 7.x and 8.x (compiled on versions 7.9 and 8.5) as well as macOS 12 (Monterey). We are pleased to be able to offer a native compile also on the new Apple line of M1-processor based machines. 
  • FDSN Web Services– We have updated the Antelope FDSN Web Services program based on operator and user feedback.
  • Earthquake Analyst Review with dbloc – Further progress on the new version of the Antelope dbloc(1) program

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