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Dear Froxlor Community,

 

today we announce the first release candidate of our next major 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 specifying a regular-expression - this makes suggested passwords in the panel match the complexity. Additionally, an admin can now specify a custom-newsfeed for his customers which is being displayed instead of the froxlor-newsfeed.

 

The newly introduced database-integrity-check now also makes sure, the froxlor-database is 100% UTF-8.

 

Important: the directory permissions for (new) customers changed to be more secure, if you use FCGID or php-fpm you have to update your libnss-mysql config for this to work, you can see changes in the config-templates at http://config.froxlor.org (chose your distribution and your current version and click "show differences").

 

Changes in 0.9.33-rc1:

+ #1408: added custom newsfeed on customer-dashboard

+ #1410: added possibility to move customer between admins

+ #1452: added domain import (CSV file), infos at http://redmine.froxlor.org/projects/froxlor/wiki/DomainBulkActionDoc


~ #1426: fixed utf-8 encoding problem (use db-integrity check)

~ #1430: fixed various nginx-vhost problems

~ #1437: fixed cron-problem in FreeBSD

~ #1440: fixed ip-validation in some special cases

~ #1446: fixed nginx auto-index problem

~ #1447: fixed libnss-configs for customer-docroot chmod 750

~ #1455: fixed directory-protection with apache-2.4

~ #1458: fixed incorrect security check on mail-directories where various special-characters are allowed

~ #1466: fixed design-issues when no add-link is present in overviews

~ #1468: fixed installer when mysql strict-mode is used
You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/49

 

Download: 0.9.33-rc1

 

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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Thanks for that :) During database upgrade, some monkeys ate my integrity - this got fixed, by feeding them with bananas ( :blink::D :D :lol: ). However - I cant see what exactly happened. Should be logged internally to check after upgrade.

 

Whatever, so far it is running great :)

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However - I cant see what exactly happened. Should be logged internally to check after upgrade.

Got ya...

 

Update: done for RC2 -> http://git.io/SM1Cfw

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