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  1. 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 forget that you must explicitly enable the piping. You can also or alternatively specify a log-format and log-type for the access-log. FPM process manager settings per configuration Process manager and corresponding settings can now be overwritten on a per-php configuration base, when overwriting is explictly checked in the php-config. This makes it possible to have different process manager (static, dynamic, ondemand) settings for the same php-fpm version. You can see all changes on Github at https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/compare/0.9.39.5...0.9.40.1 *UPDATE* 0.9.40.1: due to a typo in a function name, the backup-page was not usable Download: 0.9.40.1 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages will be released shortly as always. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  2. 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 different customers or domains. This can now also be done for PHP-FPM. Some of the settings have moved from the global settings to a new section in the admin PHP menu called PHP-FPM version. Here you can add all the PHP-versions you have installed on your system with their corresponding config-path, restart-command, etc. In PHP-Configurations you can then choose the desired PHP-FPM version from a select-box. Settings Import / Export When installing Froxlor on multiple systems with equal settings, you can now export your settings from one intallation and import them to another. System-Hostname, default IP addresses and a few more variables that are either system specific or filled by the installation process anyway are being omitted. This feature will be "older version" compatible in later versions, meaning you will be able to import settings from 0.9.39 into newer versions of Froxlor. Please note that this new feature requires the PHP-json extension to be installed and loaded. Let customers choose PHP configuration When adding a new or editing an existing customer, the admin/reseller can now select from all available PHP configurations which of them are usable for the customer. If none is selected, the one the admin used when adding the domain is used. When the customer adds a new or edits an existing (sub)domain he can choose between the assigned PHP configurations (especially helpful if you have PHP configurations for different PHP-versions). Other PHP-FPM related changes Three minor changes/additions for PHP-FPM users: You can now specify paths which will be added to the PATH environment variable in each PHP-FPM pool. There was no such entry until now. If the setting is left empty, no env[PATH] entry will be generated You can now specify values for the security.limit_extensions setting on a per PHP-FPM version basis. You can now enable '-pass-header Authorization' for each PHP configuration so authorization headers are being passed from the webserver to PHP-FPM Testing implementation of Let's Encrypts ACME v2 As announced earlier by Let's Encrypt (see https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/staging-endpoint-for-acme-v2/49605 ) the new api version will be live as of 27th of februrary and is already available for testing (staging api). You can select the ACME v2 standard in the settings if you want to test it using the staging api. Sadly, wildcard-certificates, which is one of the biggest innovations in ACME v2, will only work using the dns-reg challenge (validation via DNS record) so this won't be an option for 99% of you (also, we did not implement the dns-reg challenge, only http-reg). It would be awesome if this is going to be changed. Note: You will still be able to (and probably should) use the ACME v1 API, especially if you have any productive certificates obtained already. Minor installation changes When checking the webserver and apache is found, we now assume that apache-2.4 is used instead of 2.2 MySQL STRICT-MODE issues Some newer distributions ar enabling the so-called STRICT-MODE for the DBMS by default, which Froxlor could not deal with on installation (e.g. some tables would not be created). These issues should be resolved now. *UPDATE* 0.9.39.1: fix possible invalid php-fpm-socket filename for dummy-socket fix selected phpfpm daemon when editing php-configuration fix updating wrong column when deleting a fpm configuration get rid of the need for allow_url_fopen only let admin select php-configs that the customer is allowed to use to avoid unwanted php-config changes when customer edits domain 0.9.39.2: add script to automatically configure services from shell without the need of copy/paste from the interface 0.9.39.3: add new hosting-plans feature add domain flag to avoid generation of nginx try_files directive in webroot which is not suitable for some applications 0.9.39.4: fixed add/edit domain due to misuse of Settings-class 0.9.39.5: fixed display of imap/pop3 flag when editing hosting plans You can see all changes on Github at https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/compare/0.9.38.8...0.9.39.5 Download: 0.9.39.5 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages will be released shortly as always. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  3. 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 CNAME entries (froxlor appends zone's domain automatically if there's no trailing dot) ~ #447: fixed wildcard entries in dns editor ~ #472: generate multiline txt-record if content is too long ~ #475: corrected setting for php-fpm peardir ~ #479: removed each() keyword as it is deprecated as of php-7.2 ~ #485: added default/global directory options in apache regardless of whether fcgid/fpm is being used or not ~ #496: explicitly deactivate TLS (and auto-tls) in phpMailer when setting use-tls is OFF ~ #1697: allow underscore in DNS labels ~ #1720: do not show full path of file on php-error ~ #1726: use correct pagination in admin-log/customer-log ~ #1728: clearify field label for domain termination date ~ fixed phpenabled flag for new subdomains added by customers ~ fixed auto-update of database in cronjob if activated ~ fixed ssl integration in lighttpd You can see all changes on Github at https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/compare/0.9.38.7...0.9.38.8 Download: 0.9.38.8 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages will be released shortly as always. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  4. 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 nameserver-flag enabled and which are allowed to be edited by the customer can have DNS records. Please keep in mind that we limited the record-types to the following list: A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS, SRV, TXT We are aware that DNS is way more that that and that there is always a bunch of users who need other types - patches and pull-requests are always welcomed ;-) NOTE: If you are using <=PHP-5.3 you will need to patch the file lib/functions/dns/function.CreateDomainZone.php as follows as we missed using the 'long' array syntax there (will be fixed in the first maintenance release). See https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/compare/51152ef0262f...11d358133e57 --- a/lib/functions/dns/function.createDomainZone.php +++ b/lib/functions/dns/function.createDomainZone.php @@ -55,8 +55,8 @@ function createDomainZone($domain_id, $froxlorhostname = false, $isMainButSubTo if ($domain['isemaildomain'] === '1') { addRequiredEntry('@', 'MX', $required_entries); if (Settings::Get('system.dns_createmailentry')) { - foreach(['imap', 'pop3', 'mail', 'smtp'] as $record) { - foreach(['AAAA', 'A'] as $type) { + foreach(array('imap', 'pop3', 'mail', 'smtp') as $record) { + foreach(array('AAAA', 'A') as $type) { addRequiredEntry($record, $type, $required_entries); } } PowerDNS As alternative to bind, you are now able to use PowerDNS (pdns) as nameserver. Attention: you will have to create the powerdns database yourself! When using froxlor's configuraton template for powerdns, froxlor will use powerdns' configuration file to read the database-user-credentials to be able to add/edit/remove zones and records. So double check that all path's are correct. Minor enhancements You can now also customize the global customer-docroot options when using apache webserver and mod_php. Please be aware that no syntax-checking is done (as known from 'specialsettings' or 'custom vhost-content'). The warn-emails about traffic and web-usage can now be enabled and disabled separately by setting the required percentage to 0. In addition to that, admins can now specify whether specific menu-items are hidden from the customer (regardless of resources assigned to the customer). These settings are global and valid for all customers. Changes in 0.9.37: You can see all (minor) changes in our bugtracker at https://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/72 and https://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/74 Download: 0.9.37 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages will be available shortly as usual. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  5. 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.domain.tld or even deeper). And for apache, we now support mpm-itk. Additionally, a community driven feature was merged which allows the viewing of older statistics, when using awstats. Our database-integrity-check now checks for correct membership of webserver- and local froxlor-user/group when using FCGID / php-fpm or mpm-itk. Important: The already deprecated configuration templates for the following distributions have been dropped: Debian Squeeze (6.x), Ubuntu Lucid (10.04) and SUSE Linux Enterprise. We also had to drop support for FreeBSD because no one in the team uses it and can test the config (feel free to contact us, if you do!). Changes in 0.9.34: + #545: add access to older statistics when using awstats + #957: added managesieve/sieve to configuration-templates of dovecot + #1400: added support for apache mpm-itk + #1485: check for existence of ssl-files and if not, do not create ssl-related vhost-settings + #1486: added possibility to specify umask when using FCGID ~ #1488: fixed css issues ~ #1491: fixed changing of webserver-user/group in the users-table when they were changed in the settings ~ #1492: fixed missing LSB tags for php-fcgi on debian based distros ~ #1503: fixed database-connection when using sockets, do not replace 'host' value but use 'socket' ~ #1507: fixed open_basedir-path when using mod_php ~ #1512: enhanced domain-import, see http://redmine.froxlor.org/projects/froxlor/wiki/DomainBulkActionDoc ~ #1535: fixed problem when using sub-subdomain (or deeper) with apache due to file-naming ~ #1541: enhanced default ssl-cipher-list to be more secure - #xxxx: removed webftp-script as we think this is a possible security issue and not necessary You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/55 Download: 0.9.34 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
  6. 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-request. Changes in 0.9.36: You can see all changes in our bugtracker at https://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/71 Download: 0.9.36 Note: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages will be available shortly as usual. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  7. 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 installed on your system - To ensure the Let's Encrypt cronjob is in your /etc/cron.d/froxlor file, please run the cronjob manually using the --force parameter, e.g. php /var/www/froxlor/scripts/froxlor_master_cronjob.php --force - As Let's Encrypt uses requests to a special URI you need to configure an Alias for your webserver to do so follow these simple steps: - activate Let's Encrypt in the settings - as admin, goto Configuration -> select your distro -> select Webserver -> select your software - copy'n'paste the acme.conf part of the configration template - restart/reload webserver Multiple default IP addresses You can now select multiple IP addresses you want to be set as default for new domains in the System-settings. Until now it was only possible to define one default IP address. This is especially handy if your server has an IPv4 and IPv6 address for example. Auto-Update As of the release candidate 0.9.35-rc1, you are be able to update to future releases from within the webinterface. It will automatically download the latest archive and extract it - and you're done. Most of you will first enjoy this after our next release ;-) Menu structure We re-organized some menu-items to reflect their corresponding affinity. The former "Server" category is now called "System". PHP related settings / information are now in their own category. Also "IPs and Ports" and "Recalculate resource usage" were put in the "Resources" category (where they belong). Set MYSQL_PASSWORD on configuration templates It is now possible to set the MYSQL_PASSWORD value (via JavaScript, only client-side) when configurating services with our templates. This eases the process and you do not need to search and replace for MYSQL_PASSWORD in the config files again (also you are likely to not miss any of the occurences). System-Log for customer The customers are now able to see actions related to their account in the menu-item "System-Log", depending on the log-level set in the settings. This is also very helpful for response-messages from Let's Encrypt. Changes in 0.9.35: You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/68 and http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/70 Download: 0.9.35 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
  8. 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 Installation auf openSuSE 13.2 ~ #1554: fixed Password Reset defect / MD5 hashed password recalculated to faulty hash ~ #1555: fixed PHP Notice: Undefined variable: domain in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 321 ~ #1556: fixed libnss-mysql might return wrong username ~ #1559: fixed incorrect Mail Path ~ #1565: fixed vhosts f?r deaktivierte user werden erstellt ~ #1568: fixed ssl settings werden bei rewrite nicht angewendet ~ #1575: fixed Debian Wheezy postfix wrong sql statements or wrong main.cf ~ #1578: fixed Warnung bei Standard FTP-User ~ #1582: fixed Install prompt in Froxlor incorrect - Bind9 Start Error rndc: connect failed: 127.0.0.1#953: connection refused ~ #1583: fixed SSL aktiv obwohl kein Zertifikat hinterlegt wurde You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/69 Download: 0.9.34.2 Update: Due to an issue with the nginx-cron file we updated the 0.9.34.1 release to 0.9.34.2 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
  9. d00p

    Release 0.9.29

    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-configuration "Webserver customer-ssl certificates-directory" as the defined directory (default /etc/apache2/ssl/) will be truncated by the cronjob. There are many installations using that folder - you might lose certificates, unrecoverable. Changes in 0.9.29: + customers are now able to define ssl-certificates on a per-domain basis when SSL is enabled + Debian Wheezy support (configuration templates) ~ some minor fixes. All other changes, see http://forum.froxlor.org/index.php/topic/12236-release-candidate-0929-rc1 Important information: support for dovecot-1 on Gentoo has been dropped in 0.9.29 as Gentoo's tree does not include it anymore. support for Ubuntu Hardy has been removed in 0.9.29 as it is unsupported since april 2013. Download: 0.9.29 Update: Gentoo-ebuild and Debian packages (Squeeze and Wheezy) are now available. Note: syscp sanity checks have been removed from the Wheezy package, you are on your own with removing syscp and moving your config which is what the package was doing / advised you to do. the sid package has been removed for now, if there is need for it again we can reintroduce it, but for now, its gone also we don't want to see "+2 upgrades" (eg. lenny -> wheezy) which was part of the reason of the change since we just expect you won't do such a thing... you won't, right? Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
  10. d00p

    Release 0.9.28 *update*

    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 still in its beginnings. As we probably will not be finished with 0.99 after 0.9.29 is released, depending on bug-reports or similar, there will of course be another maintenaince release of 0.9.x if necessary. As announced in the release-candidate thread, support for php's safe_mode, mod_log_sql and Debian Lenny has been removed in this release. Also, Ubuntu Hardy completely and dovecot-1 on Gentoo have been marked as deprecated as they will be removed in 0.9.29. Please report bugs/errors in the bugtracker (http://redmine.froxlor.org) as usual. Changes in 0.9.28: + #536 Use complete domain name as default path for DocumentRoot + #1150 added possibility to add random prefixes to a customers database-name ~ #668 fixed FreeBSD 8.2: Bind 9 is missing from list of Daemons ~ #758 fixed bug in "Amount of APS installations" counter ~ #916 fixed webserver-specific default vHost settings don't work in ligHTTPd ~ #1023 fixed Redirect with SSL Enabled Domain ~ #1058 fixed bug in "Amount of autoresponders" counter ~ #1085 fixed incorrect configuration command for awstats under Gentoo ~ #1127 fixed falsely used e-mail sender name ~ #1134 updated default parameter list of sendmail-program in php.ini-template ~ #1136 fixed falsely added specialsettings to a ssl-redirect ~ #1160 fixed usage of empty value for CertificateChainFile (it's allowed) ~ #1172 cleaned up language files ~ #1173 fixed redirect to "ip:port" ~ #1180 fixed clean-up if fcgid/php-fpm configurations Important information: The configurations for postfix on FreeBSD have been updated. Please check using http://config.froxlor.org/. Update: Due to a syntax-error in the updater we had to re-release as version 0.9.28.1 - for all who got stupid errors on updating, we are sorry :/ Download: froxlor 0.9.28.1 Note: Debian packages and the Gentoo ebuild will follow shortly. Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net. Thank you, d00p
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