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till 5th August 2011 11:48

ISPConfig 2.2.40 released
 
A maintenance release for the old ISPConfig 2 branch is available for download.

http://www.ispconfig.org/ispconfig-2/download/

Changes

- Added CentOS 6 support to the installer
- Updated ClamAV to version 0.97.2.
- Updated SpamAssassin to version 3.3.2.

For new server installations we recommend ISPConfig 3.

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

rbartz 10th August 2011 04:33

Thank you guys! We always appreciate an update.

On Centos 5.5:

After install, the spamassassin was not updated for some reason and we noticed it was not scanning mail any more after a few hours. The solution was to run the updater:

[root@...]# /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/tools/spamassassin/usr/bin/sa-update

That put it all back right again and it was fully upgraded:
X-Spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.3.2 (2011-06-06)...

THANKS again,

R Bartz

cambo 13th October 2011 09:56

Hi
I am running ver 2.2.1 on Mandriva 2008.
Is it ok to upgrade to this release?
Also where can I find upgrade instructions.
Thanks

falko 14th October 2011 16:04

The upgrade should work, but to go sure, make a backup of the ISPConfig database plus the directories /root/ispconfig and /home/admispconfig before.

The upgrade is done exactly like a new installation:

Code:

cd install_ispconfig/
./setup


bebe0 9th November 2011 13:30

bebe
 
thanks for tthe updates...

Spaetzle 24th November 2011 15:19

Upgrading from 2.2.37
 
Hi
As it seems I missed some updates. Aren't there Newsletters when new 2.x releases are out? I only got info on updates of 3.x.

But for my question. Is it save to update from 2.2.37 up to 2.2.40 in one step or need I to go to 2.2.38 and 2.2.39 first.

Best regards
Bernd

Ben 25th November 2011 15:55

Is there no support for Debian 5.0.9?

falko 25th November 2011 18:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spaetzle (Post 268212)
But for my question. Is it save to update from 2.2.37 up to 2.2.40 in one step

Yes. But make backups before you do this to be on the safe side.

falko 25th November 2011 18:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ben (Post 268260)
Is there no support for Debian 5.0.9?

Looks like we have to make a new release with support for 5.0.9...

Spaetzle 13th December 2011 15:08

Will it be sufficient just to add the following lines to dist.txt for installation on a Debian 5.0.9?
Quote:

dist_init_scripts=/etc/init.d ## # debian509
dist_runlevel=/etc ## # debian509
dist_smrsh=/etc/mail/smrsh ## # debian509
dist_shells=/etc/shells ## # debian509
dist_http_user=www-data ## # debian509
dist_http_group=www-data ## # debian509
dist_bind_init_script=bind9 ## # debian509
dist_bind_user=bind ## # debian509
dist_bind_group=bind ## # debian509
dist_bind_conf=/etc/bind/named.conf ## # debian509
dist_bind_dir=/etc/bind ## # debian509
dist_bind_pidfile=/var/run/bind/run/named.pid ## # debian509
dist_bind_hintfile=db.root ## # debian509
dist_bind_localfile=db.local ## # debian509
dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ## # debian509
dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ## # debian509
dist_group=/etc/group ## # debian509
dist_cron_daemon=cron ## # debian509
dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/crontabs/root ## # debian509
dist_mysql_group=mysql ## # debian509
dist_httpd_daemon=apache2 ## # debian509
Or is it a better idea to update Debian to 603 first? What are the entries with debian 609 are for? For releases to come in the future?


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