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Plesk 7.5.1 Released!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by webadmin, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. webadmin

    webadmin Guest

    SWsoft has released to the 7.5 Updater a 7.5.1 Patch for correcting a number of known issues. It is highly recommended that you update your existing 7.5.0 installations to 7.5.1.

    7.5.1 Corrections

    1. [-] "Reject mail to nonexistent user" option does not block mailing lists work.
    2. [-] Domain user permissions are kept during password change.
    3. [-] Problem with domain with database users rename is resoved.
    4. [-] Autoresponder works properly.
    5. [-] Problem with SuexecUserGroup directive absence is resolved.
    6. [*] Lock screen can be disabled.
    7. [-] SMTPS works.
    8. [-] packagemng reliability improved.
    9. [*] Control Panel PHP version changed to 4.3.10 (security vulnerability fixed).

    [+] new feature
    [-] bug fixed or removed
    [*] bug fixed and improvement made
  2. hiccup

    hiccup Guest

    update to 7.5.1 failed

    While using the auto updater in plesk this error is generated in the email sent after trying to update to 7.5.1:

    Retrieving Plesk files
    1. Downloading http://autoinstall.plesk.com//PSA_7.../base/psa-7.5.1-fc2.build75041216.15.i586.rpm (17 files to go)

    File download failed.
    Failed writing body

    I then tried to manually download plesk7.5.1 and install it off the command line and i get this error:

    error: Failed dependencies:
    psa = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-bu-7.5.0-fc2.build75041208.20
    psa-api-common = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-api-rpc-1.3.2-3
    psa-locale-base = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-pre-7.5.0-fc2.build75041125.15

    How can i update to 7.5.1?
  3. Who-m3

    Who-m3 Guest

    Try issuing the following commands:

    1. Login as Root
    2. cd psa
    3. cd PSA_7.5.1
    4. cd rpm_RedHat_9 (Switch this to your own OS if you use something besides RH9)
    5. cd base
    6. rpm -Uvh * ../opt/bu/*

      That should install Plesk 7.5.1 with the backup utilities and resolve the dependancy error you've listed above.
  4. alens

    alens Guest

    <9. [*] Control Panel PHP version changed to 4.3.10 (security vulnerability fixed).>

    Is there any serius vulnerability holes with Control Panel before this upgrade???
  5. Ales

    Ales Basic Pleskian

    Mar 4, 2002
    Likes Received:
    zdravo sarajlijo :)

    Yes, there are security problems with php 4.3.9, which is the version that admin cp server used to have. More details are available here
  6. DeadZone

    DeadZone Guest

    After I did it like that I got some dependancy errors again:

    error: Failed dependencies:
            psa = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-manual-custom-skin-guide-7.5.0-suse9.1.build75041208.07
            psa-api-common = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-api-rpc-1.3.2-3
            psa-locale-base = 7.5.0 is needed by (installed) psa-pre-7.5.0-suse9.1.build75041125.15
    maybe any solutions for that? i'm new to plesk and glad for help :)

    i finally solved the problem by adding the --nodeps attribute to the rpm commandline and installing the packages manuall (esp. local-base).
    after that the plesk auto-updater did the rest as it was supposed to do :)

  7. lhenor

    lhenor Guest

    Plesk 7.5.1 for FreeBSD

    I am still waiting for 7.5.1 to be released for FreeBSD. Sw-soft have announced 7.5.1 release for FreeBSD in December - will the release keep it's schedule?
  8. Farshad@

    Farshad@ Guest

    Re: Plesk 7.5.1 for FreeBSD

    It's better to have a bug free version in Januari instead of a version with bugs now ;)
  9. padonker

    padonker Guest

    Re: Plesk 7.5.1 for FreeBSD

    Ofcourse it wont!
    We're all waiting for the Debian release for months now, and every time when we are getting near a release date, its postponed.
    According to the 'latest' date, it'll be next week....sure.
    So I wouldnt hold my breath if I were you
  10. DaemonJ

    DaemonJ Guest

    I followed the steps outlined in post #3 by who-m3 but my php version still displays as 4.3.7-re2.3ES.1 instead of 4.3.10.

    How can I get my php updated to the latest version?
  11. Who-m3

    Who-m3 Guest

    The PHP version included in the SW-Soft Plesk 7.5.1 is the version for the Admin Control Panel only. To update your box php, the php used throughout the system, you'll need to update the php rpm itself.

    I'd suggest ART (www.AtomicRocketTurtle.Com) and the Yum Archives to you. He's got rpm's left and right, massive space used for his Archives, and he seems like a really good guy. He's got everything from RH 7.3 to RHEL3. Pretty sure he'll have what you're looking for.