What do the FreePBX Distro Version Numbers Mean?
The FreePBX Distro Version Numbering System tells you at a glance what the core pieces of each track are. Numbers correspond to a major track number, GUI version, operating system, and minor release revision.
For example, below is an explanation of the numbers found in our code-named “Call Forward” Release FreePBX Distro 4.211.64-10:
4.211.64-10 - The first number 4 represents the Major Track Number
4.211.64-10 - The second number 211 refers to FreePBX 2.11 GUI
4.211.64-10 - The third number 64 refers to CentOS 6.4 operating system
4.211.64-10 - The final number 10 is used as the Minor Release Revision of this Major Track Number
Here's an example of a newer version, FreePBX Distro 10.13.66-2:
10.13.66-2 - The first number 10 represents the Major Track Number
10.13.66-2 - The second number 13 refers to FreePBX 13 GUI
10.13.66-2 - The third number 66 refers to Linux OS 6.6 operating system
10.13.66-2 - The final number 2 is used as the Minor Release Revision of this Major Track Number