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Maintenance Release 0.9.38.8 - Let's Encrypt for panel, HSTS / OSCP settings and ssl-cert overview


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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

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7 minutes ago, Afox said:

still not fully compatible with Debian Stretch, correct?

compatible, sure, there are just no config-templates. You can still just adjust jessie configs for example (if you're firm in services configuration)

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7 hours ago, Chaos234 said:

How is the state for the debian update package? I checked it two times but it hasn't found the update yet.

Will be released as soon as possible - sorry, no ETA

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Bin neu hier - und wollte mich auf dem Demo-Account umsehen.

Hängt beim Update demo.froxlor.org/admin_updates.php

Schade, war ganz nützlich als Vorlage zum Einrichten von Froxlor.

Danke für die Software - kenne Plesk und Confixx, scheint eine prima Alternative zu sein.

Markus

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On 31.12.2017 at 1:20 PM, d00p said:

compatible, sure, there are just no config-templates. You can still just adjust jessie configs for example (if you're firm in services configuration)

Hey d00p,

I try to setup a new VM with froxlor (latest debian package) on debian 9.3 but this is quite "complicated"...
The debian-guys switched to php7 (which is great) and removed php5-* packages. To install froxlor you've to add the dependency to php5-<package> or to php-<package> to make the dependency check working on debian stretch as well.

Example on debian stretch:

# apt install froxlor
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 froxlor : Depends: php5 but it is not installable or
                    php5-cgi but it is not installable
           Depends: php5-cli but it is not installable
           Depends: php5-curl but it is not installable
           Depends: php5-mysqlnd but it is not installable or
                    php5-mysql but it is not installable
           Recommends: postfix-mysql but it is not going to be installed or
                       exim4-daemon-heavy but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: libsasl2-modules-sql but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: maildrop but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: dovecot-common or
                       courier-authlib-mysql but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: dovecot-imapd but it is not going to be installed or
                       courier-imap but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: dovecot-pop3d but it is not going to be installed or
                       courier-pop but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: php5-gd but it is not installable
           Recommends: php5-imap but it is not installable
           Recommends: proftpd-mod-mysql but it is not going to be installed or
                       pure-ftpd-mysql but it is not going to be installed
           Recommends: bind9 but it is not going to be installed or
                       pdns-server but it is not going to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

Please keep this in mind when creating the new package. - Making the world much easier. :-)

Thanks alot.

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14 minutes ago, hk@ said:

Hi
good news! Is there a sane way for current debian-package-users to upgrade without breaking anything (ie. upgrading using the latest tar.gz)?

thx,
hk

Just use the "Auto-Update" from within the Panel

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