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till 1st March 2006 17:00

ISPConfig 2.2.0 released
 
ISPConfig 2.2.0 is available for download.


This release includes major feature enhancements.

- Support for 64Bit Linux:
Added x86_64 support for Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, SuSE, Mandriva, and CentOS.
- Support for Slackware and Trustix Linux.
- All included software packages are now compiled from source for
better portability and are updated to the latest versions.
- Email forwarder configuration in mailuser interface.
- Support for MD5 password encrytion.


Detailed Changelog
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- Support for 64Bit Linux:
Added x86_64 support for Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, SuSE, Mandriva, and CentOS.
- Installer is now more fault-tolerant (e.g. it keeps asking for the MySQL
login until you type in the correct data).
- The installer compiles now also SpamAssassin, cronolog, zip and unzip from the sources.
- Added support for OpenVZ / Virtuozzo network interfaces (venet+)
in the Bastille firewall script.
- Added Slackware support.
- Added support for MD5 password encrytion.
- Enable / disable PHP filters for Apache2.
- Updated ClamAV to version 0.88.
- Updated Backend-Apache to version 1.3.34.
- Updated Backend-PHP to version 5.1.2.
- Updated Backend-mod_ssl to version 2.8.25-1.3.34.
- Updated Backend-OpenSSL to version 0.9.8a.
- Added option in config file to enable sudo for webquota statistics.
- Added email forwarder configuration in mailuser interface.
- Updated Swedish, French, and Italian language files.
- Added default values in SQL dump.
- Mailquota recipe is removed from configuration if Maildir is used.
- Automatic Co-Domains are added only if the Co-Domain does not
exist for another web site yet.
- Form for creating users now shows the correct email addresses
(if a web sub.example.com with no Co-Domain is created, then the email
address of a new user will be shown as username@sub.example.com
instead of username@example.com).
- The server url is now set dynamically in config.inc.php.
- Added support for custom charsets in control panel interface
(iso-8859-1, iso-8859-2, iso-8859-3, ...).
- Improved Trustix30 support.
- Bugfix: HTTP headers in admin database backup script fixed for IE.
- Bugfix: HTTP headers in client backup script fixed for IE.
- Bugfix: Fixed a bug when copying clients and webs to an other reseller,
the permissions are not updated correctly.
- Bugfix: Use server's hostname for default MX records.
- Bugfix: Fixed bug in clients' recycle bin.
- Bugfix: Creation of multiple MySQL databases at one time is now possible.


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-2.2.0.tar.gz from sourceforge.net

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


Installation on the shell as root User:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.0.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig
./setup

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

mphayesuk 1st March 2006 18:04

When you say 64 bit support will I still have to change the config file before I install this version.

OR

Will this version just install without any intervention

IntnsRed 1st March 2006 18:07

Thanks and congrats on the new release! Looking forward to it. :-)
________
Cheap vaporizer

till 1st March 2006 18:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by mphayesuk
Will this version just install without any intervention

Yes, you dont have to change the compile script anymore.

mphayesuk 1st March 2006 18:10

Excellent... thanks for the release and keep up the good work.

tadelste 1st March 2006 20:05

Thanks
 
These improvements are major.

alredis 1st March 2006 21:21

Thanks a lot.

brent.stephens 4th March 2006 07:04

If anyone has ISPConfig installed on a PPC machine and is braver than I...please let me know how it goes. I simply cannot break my current install. This is the first upgrade I've seen since 2.1 or so that makes me seriously think about upgrading.

brent.stephens 4th March 2006 19:50

Well I think I'm going to go ahead. According to the logs I kept when I originally set up ISPC, the things you guys fixed such as zip, cronolog, PHP...are exactly the things I had issues with. Am I correct in believing that restoring a backed up /root/ispconfig directory will get me back to my properly running config, should something go wrong?

till 4th March 2006 19:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by brent.stephens
Well I think I'm going to go ahead. According to the logs I kept when I originally set up ISPC, the things you guys fixed such as zip, cronolog, PHP...are exactly the things I had issues with. Am I correct in believing that restoring a backed up /root/ispconfig directory will get me back to my properly running config, should something go wrong?

Please make a complete backup of your system if possible before you update. To make an easy restorable ISPConfig backup, backup the directories /root/ispconfig, /home/admispconfig with preserved permissions and the ispconfig database. In case the upgrade fails, just restore these backups to their original places.


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