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  1. Dear Froxlor Community, I am proud to finally release the stable version of a new API based froxlor. Due to massive internal improvements and changes in the core (almost 600 commits since 0.9.40.1) users are now able to list/create/edit/delete resources and entities of froxlor via API (requires activation of api-usage in the settings and a user based API-key). The froxlor frontend itself uses the API backend too. Froxlor now uses composer to include some of its requirements like phpMailer, Logger, IdnaConvert and TwoFactorAuth libraries. All required files will be included in the off
  2. Dear Froxlor Community, after many bugfixes and improvements here is the latest stable version of froxlor. This release will be the last release of the 0.9-series in favor of our API based 0.10.0 version which will be the new MASTER branch in our git-repository as of this release. Ubuntu (16.04) Xenial Support There are now configuration templates for Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial. Ubuntu 12.04 Precise configurations have been marked as deprecated. Customizable webserver logging For apache2 users, it is now possible to specify a script to which the logs are being piped to. Don't
  3. Dear Froxlor Community, many great new features have found their way into our latest release. Here are the biggest innovations: Debian 9.x (Stretch) Support We finally added configuration templates for the current stable release of the Debian Linux Distribution. Important for all PHP-FPM users, you need to use mod_proxy/mod_proxy_fcgi as there is no libapache2-mod-fastcgi anymore. Multiple PHP-FPM installations Users with more than one PHP Version installed on their system were forced to use FCGID until now if they wanted to assign different versions of PHP to differe
  4. Dear Froxlor Community, as our latest stable release of froxlor is quite established now, it is time for some minor bugfixes and improvements. Changes in 0.9.38.8: + added OCSP stapling support for apache2 and nginx + added libnss-extrausers support for debian/ubuntu users + added http2 support for froxlor-vhost and per-domain and domain-import + added setting to disable LE self-check + #416: added letsencrypt, HSTS settings, oscp-stapling and phpenabled-flag to Domain-import + #464: added simple smtp-settings test-page ~ #412: fixed libnss config ~ #434: allow non fqdn CNAM
  5. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to announce the final release of version 0.9.37 which includes a complete DNS editor for domains and also supports PowerDNS in standalone mode as nameserver. DNS-Editor Admins and customers are now able to edit the DNS settings of domains. You can freely add and remove entries - froxlor will always ensure that the basic required entries are present. These are NS, MX and A/AAAA. They will always be generated if not overwritten by a custom entry. The access to the DNS-editor can be managed on a per-customer base by the admin. Only domains that have the
  6. Dear Froxlor Community, today we are releasing our next major stable release 0.9.34 which (finally) brings configuration templates for Debian Jessie's services. The domain-import feature was enhanced, so even more fields can be specified, see http://redmine.froxlor.org/projects/froxlor/wiki/DomainBulkActionDoc for more detailed information. Configuration templates for dovecot now include managesieve / sieve so you can use server-side filtering-scripts - yay We also changed the naming of the virtual-config files for the webserver to allow the use of nth-level subdomains (sub.sub.sub.doma
  7. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to announce the final release of 0.9.36 which comes with a customer backup solution and some improvements for our Let's Encrypt implementation. Customer backup If enabled, customer are now able to backup their data from within the panel. A nightly cronjob processes the backup-jobs and stores the archive into the customer-given directory. Of course, the time interval for the cronjob can be changed according to your needs. Let's Encrypt Our implementation of LE now handles alias-domains correctly and adds them to the SAN list of the certificate-reques
  8. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to announce the final release of 0.9.35 which includes some new kick-ass features. Support for Let's Encrypt Many of you were waiting for this one for quite some time now. We finally managed to include ssl-certificate generation via Let's Encrypt directly within froxlor's interface. It's easy as a click on "use let's encrypt" when adding/editing a domain. The certificate will be created and renewed automatically. Please keep in mind that this feature is in BETA state. - Important: Let's Encrypt uses cURL - ensure you have the php-curl extension in
  9. Dear Froxlor Community, as our latest stable release of froxlor is quite established now, it is time for some minor bugfixes and improvements. Changes in 0.9.34.1 / 0.9.34.2: + #1562: added always_populate_raw_post_data when create php-fpm config file + #1566: added Apache 2.4 als Auswahl im Setup + #1567: added orange/warning color in web- and traffic-progress bars (admin/customer overview) ~ #611: fixed function.findDirs stops after first unreadable directory ~ #1517: fixed SUSE config files not accessible ~ #1550: fixed Read config file in panels ~ #1553: fixed frische Installat
  10. Dear Froxlor-community, due to a severe security issue in the database logging system, we strongly recommend to update your current froxlor installation to 0.9.33.2. We also recommend to remove any content from the /froxlor/logs/ directory. Download: 0.9.33.2 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages are now available.. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  11. Dear Froxlor Community, today we are releasing our next major stable release 0.9.33 which includes a bunch of improvements and some interesting new features. Starting with this version, froxlor allows to move customers from one admin to another (including all resources like domains etc.). Due to the wish of some community members, we included a domain-import. It can be found in the admin-domain overview, more information can be found at http://redmine.froxlor.org/projects/froxlor/wiki/DomainBulkActionDoc. Also we added possibilities to define password-complexity rather then specify
  12. Dear Froxlor Community, today we are releasing our next major stable release 0.9.32 - as previously announced, the features APS, Autoresponder and Backup are no longer part of froxlor due to maintainability and/or bad coding. We decided that APS and Backup might be available in future versions again after a lot of rewriting. With the help of our error-reporting which was introduced in the last stable release, we were able to find a bunch of minor bugs - thanks again to the admins who reported. In addition to that froxlor is now able to gather mail-traffic for the most common mailserver-logs
  13. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to release our next major stable release 0.9.31 including a completely rewritten database-backend based on PDO, a new admin/customer dashboard and some long-awaited features such as: new template variables for the customer-welcome email and logical operators for the search-field when searching for numeric values. With this release the old PHP-MySQL extension was replaced with PDO-MySQL. Due to this move all queries have been touched and converted to prepared statements, preventing SQL-injections in the future. Please be sure that you have the php-pd
  14. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to release our next major stable release 0.9.30 including the long awaited dual-/multi-stack feature (multiple IP's per domain). Besides Dual-/Multistack-support, this release introduces a brand-new theme called "Sparkle", which was created by our newest group-member BNoize. Please be aware: when updating from 0.9.28 - be sure to check the webserver-configuration "Webserver customer-ssl certificates-directory" as this directory (default /etc/ssl/froxlor-custom/) will be truncated regulary by the cronjob. Also, the build-in logrotate feature has been
  15. Dear Froxlor-Community, just a short note about the upcoming version. You might have noticed that there were a lot of bigger changes since the release of 0.9.29 and that we were initially planning on releasing version 0.9.29.1 not too far from 0.9.29 because of the multi-stack-ip feature. The multi-stack feature is implemented in the current git-version and heavily tested (mostly with success so far, but still, testers are very welcome). Also Froxlor will introduce a new clean and simple theme, the installation process has been rewritten completely, a lot of enhancements regarding ssl
  16. Dear Froxlor Community, you all have been waiting a long time for this and finally here it is. The first stable release of Froxlor to support Debian Wheezy (7). Besides Wheezy-support, this release brings you quite some improvements as for example php-fpm per-domain php.ini support and customer-defined per-domain ssl-certificactes (if ssl ip/port exist) and much more. For all changes regarding the 0.9.29-release see also http://forum.froxlor.org/index.php/topic/12236-release-candidate-0929-rc1 (0.9-29-rc1). Please be aware: after updating from 0.9.28 you should check the webserver-config
  17. Dear Froxlor Community, sorry for the long delay. There are several reasons for this, most of them regarding Debian Wheezy of course and the fact that I've been on my honeymoon. Again, there are a lot of changes in the upcoming version 0.9.29, so please take a look at our bugtracker (http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/38) and report any issues left for the final release. The next step will be the integration of the dualstack feature and some more work on per-domain ssl certificates. Also, DomainKey does currently only work with dkim-filter, not with opendkim. Please report bugs/erro
  18. Dear Froxlor Community, the release candidate of version 0.9.28 has been released a month ago and thanks to a bunch of community users for testing and reporting, a lot of bugfixes found their way into this release and we are proud to announce a new stable release of Froxlor: 0.9.28 The upcoming release-candidates, followed by a stable release, of version 0.9.29 will include improved SSL-support and IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack support as announced earlier. Also you might have noticed that we started to work on our new version tree 0.99 which will be API based. It's under heavy development and stil
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