SELinux issue causing segmentation fault on RedHat based distributions: Fix with the following command:
sudo setsebool -P mmap_low_allowed 1
Reports of segfault on some Debian based distributions, though thus far we’ve been unable to reproduce these locally. segmentation fault running in Docker container: Fix by running with
ZeroTier won’t bind to 126.96.36.199/24. Fix already in on GitHub in the dev branch segmentation fault running in LXC. On some Windows machines, ZeroTier appears to require a reboot after upgrading from a previous version. Can also be triggered by leaving/joining networks repeatedly. Still investigating. Not working on older versions of macOS (macOS 11 Big Sur works fine)
1.6.1 has now been released
- Fixed a bug that caused IP addresses in the 188.8.131.52/8 block to be miscategorized as not being in global scope.
- Changed Linux builds to fix segfaults, LXC and SELinux issues.
- Fixed unaligned memory access that caused crash on FreeBSD systems on the ARM architecture.
- Merged CLI options for controlling bonded devices into the beta multipath code.
- Fixed issue that could cause a network feedback loop on Windows and possibly FreeBSD.
- Updated Windows driver with Microsoft cross-signing to fix issues on some Windows systems.