A new v2.x release will be made shortly. Images for this release will use the latest Raspbian Lite March 2018 image to ensure compatibility with the new Raspberry Pi 3 B+ boards which were released a little over a week ago. Just got my hands on one tonight and would like to make sure things work properly with the new hardware revisions. This will mean a new image built upon the latest Rasbian Lite March 2018 image should be made available shortly.
As far as changes to the scripting there will not be a whole lot of changes. Most of the changes contained within this release pertain to Ubuntu 17.10. More details on these and other changes will be outlined in the release announcement once it has been made officially available.
Look for version 2.6.2 to be released this weekend.
Hit a snag in that my last planned task for v2.6.2 which pertain to removing the options to install dump1090-fa, which has been addressed, and PiAware, which has yet to be addressed, on Ubuntu 17.10 due to the fact PiAware will not build on said distro/release. Once I remove the option to install PiAware for those using Ubuntu 17.10 things should be good to go. Problem is my Ubuntu 17.10 Hyper-V VM at home is not playing nice with me tonight…
Had a couple reported bugs in the master branch which should be addressed before v2.6.2 is released. Going to make a full court press tomorrow evening to get things finalized, tagged, and images completed. Sorry for the delay… Soon my friends wishing to install a fresh image on those brand new Raspberry Pi 3 B+’s. If you are in a rush apt upgrade on an RPi 1/2/3 B before migrating the card to your RPi 3 B+ should have you up and running!