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till 8th July 2008 20:00

ISPConfig 2.2.24 released
 
ISPConfig 2.2.24 is available for download.

This ISPConfig release adds support for CentOS 5.2 and OpenSuSE 11.0. A new interface for cronjobs and support for mod_python has been added. Several minor bugs were fixed.


Detailed Changelog
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- Added: support for OpenSuSE 11.0.
- Added: Support for CentOS 5.2.
- Added: support for Cron Jobs.
- Added: Support for Python scripts (.py) via mod_python.
- Added: .biz and .info to the whois search.
- Added: Translations for "Create DNS-MX" and "Traffic MB".
- Added: Alphabetical sorting of the sites in move website tool.
- Update: Updated PHP to version 5.2.6.
- Update: Updated ClamAV to 0.93.1
- Update: Updated Spamassassin to 3.2.4.
- Update: Updated Dutch language Files.
- Changed: Allow multiple MX records with same priority.
- Changed: The enforcing user quota patch, introduced in ISPConfig 2.2.23 is disabled now by default. To enable it, change the variable $go_info["server"]["force_user_quota"] to 1 in config.inc.php
- Changed: Enable XML in ispconfig PHP if libxml2-dev is installed.
- Changed: Set loglevel to "warn" and umask to "0022" in suphp.conf.
- Changed: Disabled TRACE and TRACK methods in vhosts. TRACE and TRACK are HTTP methods which are used to debug web server connections. In addition, it has been shown that servers supporting the TRACE method are subject to cross-site scripting attacks, dubbed XST for "Cross-Site Tracing", when used in conjunction with various weaknesses in browsers. An attacker may use this flaw to trick your legitimate web users to give him their credentials.
- Bugfix: Prevent /var/www/sharedip/index.html to be overwritten when upgrading/installing.
- Bugfix: Bug #22 fixed, changed files are now UNIX encoded.
- Bugfix: Bug #73 fixed.
- Bugfix: remove CRs from automatically sent mails.
- Bugfix: Fixed bug in mailsuer login when the dovecot user@domain login is used.
- Bugfix: Added same name regular expression test in mailuser login then it is used in main login.
- Bugfix: Fixed vsftpd support on Libc6 systems.
- Bugfix: Added missing newline at the end of manual additions in the configuration files.
- Bugfix: Removed unnecessary dot at the end of CNAME records in the DNS Manager.


Download
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http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm

Forums
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http://www.howtoforge.com/forums


Installation Instructions
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Download the ISPConfig-2.2.24.tar.gz from sourceforge.net:

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/i...ar.gz?download

Installation on the shell as root user:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.24.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig
./setup

The installer automatically detects the installed ISPConfig version and
performs an update.

gjcomputer 8th July 2008 20:08

upgrading now, thanks. ill post results :)

Hans 8th July 2008 20:23

Thanks Till for the work. I will install it soon. :)
One question, why did you not update ClamAV to the latest version 0.93.3 ?

till 8th July 2008 20:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hans (Post 134900)
One question, why did you not update ClamAV to the latest version 0.93.3 ?

Oops, did not recognize that they released a new version. I will try to make a update the next days.

tal56 8th July 2008 20:30

Thanks so much Till !! Been waiting for this to upgrade along with upgrading from Centos 5 to 5.2.

Is there a recommended process for that? Should I upgrade ISPconfig first or update Centos first? I also notice some users on the Centos forums suggest a reboot before and/or after updating Centos, you think this is required?

Thanks again Till and Falko.

Hans 8th July 2008 20:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 134901)
Oops, did not recognize that they released a new version. I will try to make a update the next days.

Ok Till,

Then i will wait until that moment. Thanks in advance!

till 8th July 2008 20:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by tal56 (Post 134903)
Is there a recommended process for that? Should I upgrade ISPconfig first or update Centos first? I also notice some users on the Centos forums suggest a reboot before and/or after updating Centos, you think this is required?

I have no experience with upgrading Centos, but I would update centos first and then update ISPConfig, so that ISPConfig will use the updated libraries when it compiles the binaries during update process.

amoniak 9th July 2008 02:54

THX for the Update! installing now!

big UP for the optional user quota! :)

wpwood3 9th July 2008 05:45

Great work!
 
Thanks for the update.

Where is it explained how to use the new CRON feature?

till 9th July 2008 09:27

Quote:

Where is it explained how to use the new CRON feature?
There is a new tab for the cronjobs in the forms of the users.


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