Beanviser Release Notes

This page provides the summary of each Beanviser release for webOS Open Source Edition (OSE).

v2.0.7 (February 14, 2023)

Fixed issues

  • Fixed a connection issue on Windows 10

v2.0.6 (February 18, 2022)

Changed features

  • Added the ACG permission
  • Updated the node module version
  • Updated the CLI version

Fixed issues

  • Removed the EULA checking step from the launcher command

Known Issues

  • This release might not work in certain OSE build versions ranging from #420 to #432 due to lack of necessary permission.

v2.0.3 (September 29, 2020)

Changed features

  • Changes log format from pmlogd into journald.

Known Issues

  • Beanviser cannot be launched if gconf shared libraries are not installed in your host machine.

    Workaround: Install gconf shared libraries using the following command:

    $ sudo apt install libgconf-2-4

v2.0.2 (October 31, 2019)

Changed features

  • Supports webOS Open Source Edition v2.0.0 and CLI v1.10.1.

v2.0.1 (June 17, 2019)

What’s new

  • Enabled ACG service permission for webOS OSE.

  • Removed deprecated luna-send-pub usage.

v2.0.0 (February 15, 2019)

What’s new

  • Provides logs from GStreamer, along with metadata (from webOS media server) and dot graph.

  • Added warning and error indicators for System CPU, System memory, Process CPU, and Process Memory.

  • Provides sequence diagram for ls-monitor.

  • Provides the list of processes that are currently running in Process CPU and Process Memory tabs. Processes can be filtered from this list.

Known Issues

  • Beanviser can display a wrong pop-up message if network gets disconnected while the GStreamer is running.

    Workaround: Reload or relaunch the tool for using the GStreamer function.

  • Beanviser does not allow you to disconnect the device when GStreamer is running.

    Workaround: Stop the GStreamer operation to disconnect the device.

  • GStreamer Save button gets disabled when you start the operation without clearing the existing data.

  • After launching media apps continuously, Beanviser can get slow and may freeze its operations.

    Workaround: Stop ls-monitor to use media apps continuously.

v1.0.0 (August 16, 2018)

This is the first official release of Beanviser Open Source Edition. For a detailed list of features, see key features.

Known Issues

  • Log viewer filter buttons are enabled even while the page is still loading.

  • The “$” character is accepted in the device name. However, on Linux it gets converted to numbers.