More module and theme updates than you can shake a stick at

Howdy all,
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I’ve just unleashed a veritable flock of updates, perhaps the single biggest round of updates, so far. The packages and versions:
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[]Virtualmin virtual-server 3.37[/]

[]Framed Theme virtual-server-theme 3.7[/]

[]Mobile Theme virtual-server-mobile 1.1[/]

[]AWStats virtualmin-awstats 2.9[/]

[]DAV virtualmin-dav 2.4[/]

[]Mailman virtualmin-mailman 3.7[/]

[]Subversion virtualmin-svn 2.71[/]

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For the plugins (AWStats, DAV, Mailman, Subversion) we’ll just say the changes are: bugfixes, new help files (click the title for help in the domain creation form), and correct categorization in the left-hand menu (hopefully no more empty menu section titles).
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In the theme, a few new icons (the mobile options being the most noticeable), bugfixes, and some minor speed improvements. We’ll be making a few major speed improvements in the next release.
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Finally, changes in the Virtualmin virtual-server module since 3.36:
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[]Increased version of Gallery script installer to 2.2-rc-2, ZenPhoto to 1.0.8.2, WebCalendar to 1.0.5, Integramod to 1.4.1, and TWiki to 4.1.2.[/]

[]Change the Module Config option for the Upload and Download module to limit to uploads only.[/]

[]Replaced the HTMLarea widget for editing web pages with Xinha, when using Webmin 1.332 or later.[/]

[]Broke the Bandwidth Monitoring page down into collapsible sections.[/]

[]Added a new page for regularly updating a dynamic IP address, for systems where the primary IP is not static.[/]

[]Updated the ‘Show system information on main page?’ Module Config option to allow display for resellers too.[/]

[]Autoreply message recipient tracking files are now stored in /var/virtualmin-autoreply, so that they can be accessed by the mail server when a virtual server’s home is not world-readable.[/]

[]Plugin modules can now have help links on the virtual server creation and editing pages.[/]

[]Added tabs to the Manage SSL Certificate page.[/]

[]Added the ‘User-configured mail forwarding’ section to the Edit Mailbox page, to show forwarding setup by the user in their .procmailrc file (using the Mail Filters module in Usermin).[/]

[]Added the ‘Hide limits from server owners’ option to the reseller page, which prevents his customers from seeing the reseller’s limits (although they are still enforced). Also updated the create-reseller.pl and modify-reseller.pl programs to all --hide options.[/]

[]Added caching to make lookups of domains by parent and user faster.[/]

[]Added tabs and more help text to the Script Installers page.[/]

[]Added several new initial website content styles, such as Refresh, Dreamy, Rounded and Integral. All of these create multiple pages which can then be easily edited with the Edit Web Pages feature.[/]

[]Added a button to the Edit Web Pages page to replace existing content with that generated from a style. Also added the --style option to modify-web.pl.[/]

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Things of note include an awesome new templates feature during initial website creation (and a new WYSIWYG HTML editor, Xinha, in Webmin 1.334 to go along with it, also being released today). This allows you to create a good looking website quickly, making use of one of several templates. Then you can edit the contents of the templates within the HTML editor. It’s really quite clever. Jamie has outdone himself on this feature. Also interesting for folks running development servers at home, is the dynamic IP feature (we still don’t recommend you run production servers on a dynamic IP addresses!).
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OK, so that’s a lot of nice enhancements, and you all wanna get on with the updates. So…
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To upgrade on Red Hat based systems:
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yum update wbm-virtual-server wbm-virtualmin-awstats wbm-virtualmin-dav wbm-virtualmin-mailman wbm-virtualmin-svn wbt-virtual-server-theme wbt-virtual-server-mobile
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On SUSE systems:
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yast -i wbm-virtual-server wbm-virtualmin-awstats wbm-virtualmin-dav wbm-virtualmin-mailman wbm-virtualmin-svn wbt-virtual-server-theme wbt-virtual-server-mobile
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On Mandriva systems:
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urpmi.update -a
urpmi wbm-virtual-server wbm-virtualmin-awstats wbm-virtualmin-dav wbm-virtualmin-mailman wbm-virtualmin-svn wbt-virtual-server-theme wbt-virtual-server-mobile
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And on Debian and Ubuntu systems:
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apt-get update
apt-get install webmin-virtual-server webmin-virtualmin-awstats webmin-virtualmin-dav webmin-virtualmin-mailman webmin-virtualmin-svn webmin-virtual-server-theme webmin-virtual-server-mobile
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To upgrade on systems installed using .wbm packages, download the module from:
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http://software.virtualmin.com/wbm/virtual-server-3.37.wbm.gz
http://software.virtualmin.com/wbm/virtualmin-awstats-2.9.wbm.gz
http://software.virtualmin.com/wbm/virtualmin-dav-2.4.wbm.gz
http://software.virtualmin.com/wbm/virtualmin-mailman-3.7.wbm.gz
http://software.virtualmin.com/wbm/virtualmin-svn-2.71.wbm.gz

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Using your serial number as the username and your license key as the password. Then install it using the Webmin Modules module.
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And the themes can be found here:
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http://software.virtualmin.com/wbt/virtual-server-mobile-1.1.wbt.gz
http://software.virtualmin.com/wbt/virtual-server-theme-3.7.wbt.gz

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As always, let us know about any bugs you find by filing a bug in the bug tracker.