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till 5th December 2008 19:26

ISPConfig 2.2.28 released
 
ISPConfig 2.2.28 is available for download.

This ISPConfig release updates ClamAV to 0.94.2 and PHP to 5.2.7.


Detailed Changelog
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- Updated PHP to 5.2.7.
- Updated ClamAV to 0.94.2.


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-2.2.28.tar.gz from ispconfig.org:

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


Installation on the shell as root user:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig
./setup

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

edge 5th December 2008 20:40

Once again thank you. I'm installing it as I type this :-)

Update.
All servers (Debian Etch) updated withoud any problems.

lubos 6th December 2008 06:22

Thanks a lot, two servers on Deb-Etch updated flawlessly.

vicboy 6th December 2008 09:34

PHP not updated after install?
 
Thank you again for your efforts!

I just have a little question: I've downloaded the file, ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz, uncompressed, ran the ./setup; and everything's OK. But when it finished, I've tried running a file with phpinfo() and it still tells "PHP Version 2.5.4" in the title.

Running a php -v tells me:
PHP 5.2.4 (cli) (built: Sep 18 2007 08:50:58)
Copyright (c) 1997-2007 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2007 Zend Technologies

The same happens if I reboot.

Is it normal or should I look for something inusual?

Thank you!

(It's on a Fedora 7 server)

till 6th December 2008 10:11

Thats normal. The PHP that comes with ISPConfig is only for the controlpanel, waht you tested is the php that comes with your linux distributiion which is not altered by ispconfig.

vicboy 6th December 2008 10:57

Should I...?
 
Ok, thank you very much for your quick reply!:) Then, should I update the system's PHP manually then? Is there any way to do it without having any kind of problems? ;)

edge 6th December 2008 11:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by vicboy (Post 158614)
Ok, thank you very much for your quick reply!:) Then, should I update the system's PHP manually then? Is there any way to do it without having any kind of problems? ;)

Please do not ask in this thread!
This thread is only for the new ISPconfig release.
If you do a search on the forum you will find more info about your question.

Thank you for understanding.

talar 6th December 2008 20:52

Hi,

Thanks for the update.

Unfortunately my antivirus (f-prot) goes a little crazy when I download it to my desktop.
Here's some of the complaints:
Found file, C:\Documents and Settings\talar\Desktop\ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-upack.exeaa, infected with W32/SuspPack.C.gen!Eldorado

For more information please visit http://www.f-prot.com/support/index.html
and other errors:
ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-mew.exeaa, infected with W32/Heuristic-CO3!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-wwpack.exeaa, infected with W32/Malware.D.dam!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-aspack.exeaa, infected with W32/Malware.D.dam!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam.ea05.exeaa, infected with W32/Malware.D.dam!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam.ea06.exeaa, infected with W32/Malware.D.dam!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-upx.exeaa, infected with W32/Malware.D.dam!Eldorado

ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/clamav-0.94.2.tar.gz->(packed)->clamav-0.94.2/test/.split/split.clam-pespin.exeaa->(PESpin), infected with W32/NewUnknownMalware-OC05!Maximus

An unknown error occured while scanning file C:\Documents and Settings\talar\Desktop\ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/php-5.2.7.tar.gz->php-5.2.7.tar->php-5.2.7/ext/bz2/tests/004_2.txt.bz2

An unknown error occured while scanning file C:\Documents and Settings\talar\Desktop\ISPConfig-2.2.28.tar.gz->(packed)->install_ispconfig/compile_aps/php-5.2.7.tar.gz->php-5.2.7.tar

My suspicion is that there's nothing wrong with the update and that it is all because of the heuristics engine making a mistake.
However it doesn't complain on earlier updates and I found no way to examine that we are downloading the original file. (There's no md5sum or SHA1 hash to be seen anywhere)

I also tried to upload the update to virustotal.com, but the file is too big for them to accept it.

Anyways, figured this would be interesting to know.
--
Talar

till 6th December 2008 23:45

This are false positives. Antivirus scanners have often problems when they scan another antivirus software.

talar 7th December 2008 00:23

Hi Till,

Thank you for your quick reply.
Yes I guess so, but it would help if there was an md5 sum somewhere around so that we know the code is not tampered with. Have I overlooked that?

When antivirus starts to complain it always does raise a bit of suspicion even if the files are fine.

thanks,
Talar


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