New Virtualmin virtual-server module version 3.32

Hi all,
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There’s a new version 3.32 of the Virtualmin virtual-server module in the repository, which includes several bugfixes, some usability improvements, and one major new feature: Ensim migrations!
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Here’s the changes since version 3.31:
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[]When changing the home directory of a virtual server, all references to the old home in its Webalizer configuration files are updated to the new location. Similarly, when restoring a backup from a server that uses a different home base, the Webalizer configuration is updated to use the new home.[/]

[]Updated the Default domain owner limits section of the Server Templates page to add defaults for the ‘Can choose database names’, ‘Can rename domains’ and ‘Allow sub-servers not under this domain’ options.[/]

[]Added a field to the Website Options page to enable or disable suexec on a per-domain basis. Also added equivalent flags to modify-web.pl.[/]

[]Validation of the mail feature now also checks to ensure that any secondary mail servers are actually receiving email for the domain.[/]

[]Fixed a bug that prevents backups from a system using /var/mail for email storage being fully restored on a system that uses ~/Maildir.[/]

[]Owners of domains that have virtual FTP enabled are now able to view their FTP server logs.[/]

[]Fixed bug that prevents custom ports from being entered for FTP and SSH backups.[/]

[]Changed most instances of the word ‘Unix’ to ‘Administrator’ in user interface.[/]

[]When PHP via CGI is enabled for a virtual server, the session save path in ~/etc/php.ini is set to ~/tmp.[/]

[]Updated the phpBB script installer to version 2.0.22, phpProjekt to 5.2, Joomla to 1.0.12, phpList to 2.11.2, ZenCart to 1.3.7, Gallery to 2.2-rc-1, Drupal to 4.7.5/4.6.11, WordPress to 2.0.6, bbPress to 0.74, and ZenPhoto to 1.0.6.[/]

[]Changed the ‘Add Apache user to Unix group for new servers?’ option in the server template to add a working No option.[/]

[]Virtual server owners using the Apache module are now limited to their home directory for alias targets and other Apache directives that specifiy directories.[/]

[]Added support for migrating Ensim backups into Virtualmin domains. Includes website, DNS, MySQL, mail aliases and mailbox migration capabilities.[/]

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To upgrade on Red Hat based systems:
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yum update wbm-virtual-server
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On SUSE systems:
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yast -i wbm-virtual-server
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On Mandriva systems:
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urpmi.update -a
urpmi wbm-virtual-server
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And on Debian and Ubuntu systems:
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apt-get update
apt-get install webmin-virtual-server
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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-3.32.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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As always, let us know about any bugs you find by filing a bug in the bug tracker.