HP has released an update package for the MediaSmart Server, labeled HPMSS-1.3-R1. The update appears to have been built on Jan 12 2009 and just made available today. Files are included that make it appear that it will support all language versions of the MediaSmart Server, however I have not tested anything but English at this point.
On the install section of the MediaSmart Server tab, there is now the option to “RollBack” the latest update.
The System Temperature has been removed from the Hardware Status tab, presumably due to the numerous instances of incorrect readings that have been reported from the thermal sensor located on the backplane.
There are also updated Webshare and MediaSmartUpdate packages delivered, though changes to it are not immediately obvious to me. At this time there appear to be no client updates available.
Be sure to watch the forum topic for details as we learn more about the contents of this new update.
Update: I can confirm that the Rollback feature worked for me, so if you just can’t live without your system temperature indicator, you should be able to easily revert back to the 184.108.40.20622 version.
Update 2: With Cougar’s help I found some README items in the .pkcg file, with the following changes listed:
MediaSmart Server Update 1.3 version 220.127.116.1155
The MediaSmart Server update will improve image processing performance in HP Photo Webshare, correct error messages displayed using SSL and TZO certificates, and remove unnecessary temperature sensor displays.
I’ve also found a minor bug, where many error messages are logged to the Application Event Viewer when your Webshare photos have captions. Fortunately this does not seem to affect the functionality of the Webshare application.