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Dear Froxlor Community,
 
today we are releasing our second release candidate of the upcoming version 0.9.32.
 
Thanks to your reporting, we were able to fix a few leftofter bugs from the first release candidate. We also managed to include the creation of bind-configs for the froxlor-hostname. Also, there is an option to automatically let the cronjob run the necessary database updates after the froxlor files have been updated. Please use this feature with caution as only default values for new settings/changed settings will be used that way.

Changes in 0.9.32-rc2:

+ #1090: bind doesn't create entry for system setting "system_hostname"

+ #1342: add option to automatically run database-updates instead of dying with "version mismatch" in cronjob


~ #1389: fixed minor sql-query variable-issues

~ #1392: fixed setting default-theme if != Sparkle when adding new customers

~ #1377: fixed FS-quota on FreeBSD

You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/52

Download: 0.9.32-rc2

Note: As this is a release candidate, there will be no Debian packages. Gentoo users might use the testing ebuild (froxlor-9999).

Visit http://www.froxlor.org or join our IRC channel #froxlor on irc.freenode.net.

Thank you,
d00p

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