New Virtualmin virtual-server module package version 3.21 available

I’ve rolled out the latest and greatest Virtualmin virtual-server module version to the software repositories. It has tons of Script Installer updates and enhancements, as well as a few bugfixes. Upgrade now for an action-packed adventure!
Changes since 3.20:

[]Updated CivicSpace script installer to version 0.8.5, Coppermine to 1.4.9, dotProject to 2.0.4, Drupal to 4.7.3 and 4.6.9, Gallery to 1.5.4 and 2.1.2, HelpCenter to 2-1-2, Mambo to 4.5.4, MediaWiki to 1.7.1 and 1.6.8, Moodle to 1.5.4, osCommerce to 2.2ms2-060817, phpAdsNew to 2.0.8, phpCOIN to 1.2.3, PHPlist to 2.10.2, phpMyAdmin to, PHP-Nuke to 7.8, PHPsupport to 2.2, PHPsurveyor to 1.0, TWiki to 4.0.4, Xoops to 2.0.15, and ZenCart to[/]

[]Updated all script installers for Horde and related applications to their latest stable versions.[/]

[]Added script installers for the Horde applications MIMP, Chora and Passwd, Forwards and Vacation.[/]

[]Quota in email messages to domain owners and mailboxes (using the $QUOTA variable) now use nicer units, like 300 MB.[/]

[]On the Secondary Mail Servers page, you can now specify a hostname to use in the MX record for each server (like instead of having Virtualmin just use the server’s hostname.[/]

[]Updated the ‘Default delivery for spam’ and virus options on the Module Config page to allow an arbitrary file or email address to be entered.[/]

[]Domain owners can now perform backups to the virtualmin-backup directory under their home (which does not get included in future backups).[/]

[]When adding a DNS zone inside a view that uses an include statement, the included file will be used if specified in the BIND module configuration.[/]

[]When installing a script that requires a database, an option is available from the databases menu to create a new one specifically for the script (if permitted by the users’ limits).[/]

[]Added the --newdb option to the program, for creating a database for use by a newly installed script.[/]

[]Added a Module Config option to compress backups using the bzip2 format, which is more efficient.[/]

[]On the script installers page, available scripts are listed by category (such as Email, Blog, etc.) to make them easier to find.[/]


To upgrade on Red Hat based systems:
yum update wbm-virtual-server
On SUSE systems:
yast -i wbm-virtual-server
And on Mandriva systems:
urpmi.update -a<br>
urpmi wbm-virtual-server
Please let us know of any problems, by filing a bug in the bug tracker.