we're happy to announce that LiveConfig v2.6.0 is ready for download.

The most important changes are:
  • supporting Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
  • full access.log support for NGINX, including live statistics and merging with Apache access.log
  • added option to force change of LiveConfig password on next login
  • automatically registering additional PHP packages installed from LiveConfig repository (Debian/Ubuntu) - no need to create/modify custom.lua (/etc/liveconfig/lua.d/*.lua)
  • auto-configuration of e-mail settings for Apple iOS devices (/liveconfig/hosting/mobileconfig)
  • contact data can now be edited directly (without prior searching)
  • easy searching for unused contact data

... as well as many minor improvements, see the full changelog for all details.

Actions while upgrading from previous LiveConfig installations:
  • all Apache and NGINX vHosts are reconfigured, to get NGINX domain names into /var/lib/liveconfig/accesslog.map and to update all log rotation settings
  • the CustomLog directive in /etc/apache2/conf-available/liveconfig.conf respective /etc/httpd/conf.d/99_liveconfig.conf is changed (new parameters for lclogsplit call)
  • the file /etc/apache2/accesslog.map is moved to /var/lib/liveconfig/accesslog.map
  • the setting for Dovecot in /etc/postfix/master.cf is modified (null_sender= is inserted), then Postfix is restarted
  • if NGINX is used, lclogsplit is additionally installed as service
  • the file /etc/logrotate.d/liveconfig is renamed to /etc/logrotate.d/liveconfig-vhosts (log rotation of vHosts then separated from settings for LiveConfig log files)