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Release candidate: Froxlor 0.9.22-rc1


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Hello Froxies,


welcome to the release of Froxlor 0.9.22-rc1. We changed our release policy and are proud to present the first release candidate. After two weeks of rc state this release will become a full release (if no showstoppers are found). Please test this release candidate as much as possible.

The new release schedule is as follows:

4 Weeks of development -> Release candidate -> 2 weeks bugfixing if necessary -> release


Complete changelog for 0.9.22-rc1

Added security relevant HTTP - headers (X-Content-Security-Policy, X-Frame-Options, Strict-Transport-Security and X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff)
Generate all links with a new linker - object for easier link - management
Updated the included jQuery to version 1.6.1
Moved all inline - JavaScript to external file
Added WebFTP
Bug #756: Natural sorting function for customers doesn't work
Bug #768: small improvement in proftp config
Bug #800: Broken apache permissions in directories
Bug #802: Wrong copyright in default page
Bug #813: Language fixes (typo/hyperlinks/HTML)
Bug #815: Panel session timout = 0: No timeout expected but login impossible.
Bug #817: French translation encoding removed all accents
Bug #819: webFTP missing images/css
Feature #214: Do not display SQL Errors, write them to error log instead.
Feature #556: Safe Mode deprecated in PHP >= 5.3
Feature #737: FTP- and Mailquotas
Feature #812: Bitte Warnmeldung bei der Abschaltung von safe_mode abschalten


Note: The WebFTP is located at /webftp.php


Download Froxlor 0.9.22-rc1

Visit www.froxlor.org or join our irc-channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.org


Debian packages will be released with the full version.


Thank you,

your Froxlor Team

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On demo.froxlor.org, go to Server -> Settings.

Notice: Undefined index: webserver_user in /var/www/demo/htdocs/actions/admin/settings/130.webserver.php on line 37


And label "Webserver user-name" is missing.




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  • 1 month later...

Youre right, but are there any known security flaws?


Maybe it would be easier to maintain web2ftp than reinvent the wheel.


Ispcp does it also this way. Maybe both projects could share resources for that part?


P.S.: Nice to see you still care about froxlor ;-)

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