Updates for BlueOnyx were released today and are now available through YUM.
The following updates for BlueOnyx were released today and are now available through YUM:
========== Package ========== Updating: 5106R-cmu blueonyx-yumconf base-apache-capstone base-apache-glue base-apache-locale-da_DK base-apache-locale-de_DE base-apache-locale-en base-apache-locale-ja base-apache-ui Transaction Summary ============================ Install 0 Package(s) Update 9 Package(s) Remove 0 Package(s)
These package addresses the following issues:
This RPM installs CMU 2.81-0BX01 and should - finally - wrap up the issues that we had with this RPM during the last two weeks.
The BlueQuartz PKG (it's really only needed on BlueQuartz - not BlueOnyx!) is available here.
Please note: Starting with version number 2.81 this PKG also installs an RPM that ties your server into a special YUM repository for future CMU updates. That YUM repository will only contain updated CMU versions for BlueQuartz and nothing else.
This RPM contains the BlueOnyx YUM repository config file. Starting with this version number it also contains /etc/yum.repos.d/0_WARNING.txt, which includes prominent warnings that discourage usage of third party YUM repositories such as RPMforge.
The GUI page for "Server Management" / "Network Services" / "Web" has been updated with new features:
With those it is now possible to configure the Apache config file /etc/httpd/conf.d/blueonyx.conf to furter define which Apache Options and AllowOverride directives are valid for the directory /home/.sites.
Typically .htaccess files in /web directories are prohibited for security reasons, as these can be used to re-define or override certain Apache configurational settings. To allow .htaccess files in general one would use the new GUI and would tick the box for "AllowOverride" / "All".
If you already modified your blueonyx.conf file by hand: Don't worry. Existing modifications will be imported.