Updates for BlueOnyx were released today are are now available through YUM.
The following updates for BlueOnyx were released today and are now available through YUM:
========== Package ========== Updating: 5106R-cmu base-alpine-capstone base-alpine-glue base-alpine-locale-da_DK base-alpine-locale-de_DE base-alpine-locale-en base-alpine-locale-ja base-alpine-ui base-maillist-capstone base-maillist-glue base-maillist-locale-da_DK base-maillist-locale-de_DE base-maillist-locale-en base-maillist-locale-ja base-maillist-ui base-phpmyadmin-capstone base-phpmyadmin-glue base-phpmyadmin-locale-da_DK base-phpmyadmin-locale-de_DE base-phpmyadmin-locale-ja base-phpmyadmin-ui base-swupdate-capstone base-swupdate-glue base-swupdate-locale-da_DK base-swupdate-locale-de_DE base-swupdate-locale-en base-swupdate-locale-ja base-swupdate-ui Transaction Summary =========================== Install 0 Package(s) Update 28 Package(s) Remove 0 Package(s) Total download size: 4.0 M
These packages address the following issues:
The Cobalt Migration Utility has been extended for supporting Bluapp 5160R and 5161R, too.
The AdmServ backend has multiple static error pages (file not found, not authorized, etc.) which exist in multiple languages. Upon install the ones matching the locale of the server should be activated automatically. However, this function doesn't really work at the moment, nor is it sensible due to the addition of more languages to the UI. In the long haul we will make the error pages dynamic, so that it shows the error messages in the language which the user logged in to the UI has specified for his account, or we determine the locale through the browsers locale, or - if all fails - fall back to English. For now we brought the static error pages for English back as a default.
The mailing list UI pages have been extended with the functionality to support multiple moderators.
The built in UI pages to provide access to phpMyAdmin have been extended with the functionality to automatically log users in into phpMyAdmin.
For this the MySQL access details stored in the backend are used and they're then saved in a session cookie. So the server administrator can directly login into phpMyAdmin as user "root", while a siteAdmin can directly login to phpMyAdmin with the MySQL login details of his site.
If a YUM update aborted for whatever reason, then it could be that the temporary files created by our wrappers were left with permissions which made it impossible for the GUI pages to read them. This update takes care of that. Additionally a small issue regarding BlueLinQ was fixed.