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till 6th January 2011 17:28

ISPConfig 3.0.3.2 released
 
ISPConfig 3.0.3.2 is available for download. This release is a bugfix release for ISPConfig 3.0.3.

For a detailed list of changes, please see the changelog section below.

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*** New! The ISPConfig 3 manual is now available! ***

Version 1.1 for ISPConfig >= 3.0.3.1 (Date: 12/12/2010)
Author: Falko Timme <ft@falkotimme.com>

305 pages

The manual can be downloaded from these two links:

http://www.ispconfig.org/ispconfig-3...nfig-3-manual/
http://www.howtoforge.com/download-t...onfig-3-manual
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Download
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The software can be downloaded here:

http://downloads.sourceforge.net/isp...gz?use_mirror=

Changelog
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http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/inde...&status[]=

Known Issues:
--------------------------------------

Please take a look at the bugtracker:

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org

BUG Reporting
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Please report bugs to the ISPConfig bugtracking system:

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org

Supported Linux Distributions
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- Debian Etch (4.0) - Squeeze (6.0)
- Ubuntu 7.10 - 10.10
- OpenSuSE 11 - 11.3
- CentOS 5.2 - 5.5
- Fedora 9 - 14

Installation
--------------------

The installation instructions for ISPConfig can be found here:

http://www.ispconfig.org/ispconfig-3/documentation/

or in the text files (named INSTALL_*.txt) which are inside the docs folder of the .tar.gz file.

Update
--------------------

To update existing ISPConfig 3 installations, run this command on the shell:

ispconfig_update.sh

Select "stable" as update resource. The script will check if an updated version of ISPConfig 3 is available and then download the tar.gz and start the setup script.

Detailed instructions for making a backup before you update can be found here:

http://www.faqforge.com/linux/contro...e-ispconfig-3/

If the ISPConfig version on your server does not have this script yet, follow the manual update instructions below.

Manual update instructions
--------------------------

Code:

cd /tmp
wget http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/I...-stable.tar.gz
tar xvfz ISPConfig-3-stable.tar.gz
cd ispconfig3_install/install
php -q update.php


edge 6th January 2011 17:54

Nice beginning of the New year.
I'll be updating my servers later today.

Thank you.

autogun 6th January 2011 18:38

Weird, tried updating my setup using ispconfig_update.sh and also manually and version is still 3.0.3.1 under Help > Version...

till 6th January 2011 18:41

Please logout and then login agian. The version number is cached in the user session.

autogun 6th January 2011 18:43

Done this several times, tried 3 different browsers (IE, FF, Chrome)... Still no go.

till 6th January 2011 19:02

You are right, there was a wrong version number in one of the config files in the tar.gz. I've just uploaded a new tar.gz with correct the version number. You can either ignore the wrong version number or change it manually in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/lib/config.inc.php and /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php. The version number has no influence on how the system works.

edge 6th January 2011 20:30

Why does updating ISPconfig always change my main.cf from postfix?

till 6th January 2011 22:23

Quote:

Why does updating ISPconfig always change my main.cf from postfix?
ISPConfig changes the configuration of services only when you select "y" for the question "Reconfigure services" during update. If you select no, then no config files will be changed.

In case that you decide that ispconfig shall not update your config files, it might be that new features introduced in ispconfig will not work on your server until you manually change the config files or that bug fixes that need a config file change will not work until you manually apply the fix.

So its totally up to you if you want to go the easy route and let ispconfig reconfigure the system or you want to do the reconfiguration manually.

edge 7th January 2011 00:01

re
 
Understood, but I was not aware that it did this also with the postfix config files.

Ben 7th January 2011 11:52

Would it make sense to implement a feature like apt(itude) in debian has, when updating a package where a config file has changed, to display changes between the current version and the new one?
This would make things easier to either manually add changes from ispconfig or to readd the own changes.


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