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*update* Release Candidate 0.9.33-rc2 - Enhanced powers


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Dear Froxlor Community,

today we announce the second release candidate of our next major release 0.9.33.
Our database-integrity-check now logs issues found and what has been fixed if necessary, this makes its actions more transparent and replicable to the admin.
The account passwords for admins and customers are now also hashed with the algorithm you've set in the settings. The passwords are being updated automatically when the user logs in successfully - you do not have to do anything. The default hash has been changed from MD5 to SHA256 - updaters need to set the setting manually as we do not overwrite user-settings.
It is now possible to add custom notes to admin / customer profiles. Optionally this custom note can be displayed on the users dashboard.
For users that really want to use sockets instead of for the database-connection can now set the "host" value in lib/userdata.inc.php to a socket-file.
We have included new configuration templates for Ubuntu 14.04 and RHEL / CentOS 7.

Changes in 0.9.33-rc2:

+ #1289: use password-hash from froxlor-settings for admin/customer accounts

+ #1335: added possibility to use a socket-file for the database-connection

+ #1414: added configuration templates for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

+ #1471: added custom-notes field in admin and customer profiles

~ #1427: fixed the way php was included in nginx-vhosts

~ #1459: fixed deprecated postfix configuration templates in debian

~ #1465: fixed dovecot-transport configuration in ubuntu

You can see all changes in our bugtracker at http://redmine.froxlor.org/versions/56

Download: 0.9.33-rc3 (Updated to rc3 due to password-hash-update-iusse, see bug #1479)

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,

Edited by d00p
changed to rc3 due to password-hash-update-issue, see bug #1479
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