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Messages - Farukh Khan

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Yeah really good idea mate...A WHMCS module for auto shared account setup on CWP is also a very good idea...

Softaculous / Re: Softouculus dont work in new version.
« on: February 18, 2015, 05:05:07 AM »
Same problem here...Softaculous is not working. It is providing a blank page to customers.

Updates / Re: 0.9.8 release should have these upgrades !!!
« on: February 18, 2015, 05:04:10 AM »
As we have been said that the new release 0.9.8 will contain quota settings for unlimited disk space, bandwidth etc. but it really doesn't have the settings for those things. And also the whole CWP has no settings for providing reseller accounts. Hope CWP developers team will add reseller and unlimited quota support in the next release...

Updates / Re: 0.9.8 release should have these upgrades !!!
« on: February 13, 2015, 10:06:29 PM »
Lol I haven't seen that option too...maybe CWP developers forgot to add that...

Updates / Re: 0.9.8 release should have these upgrades !!!
« on: February 12, 2015, 10:12:00 PM »
I think it will automatically update itself after a day or after a server reboot.

Varnish / Re: How to install varnish cache on centos [CWP]
« on: February 12, 2015, 07:42:13 PM »
Isn't there any way in which we can set the Apache IP address to my server's public IP and all the websites hosted in my server works? Setting the Apache IP to is making my mailing function not working and also all the visitors of my website are known as visited from  Varnish should work correctly with my server's public IP set in the Apache's IP...

Updates / Re: How to upgrade Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpmyadmin?
« on: February 09, 2015, 07:08:05 AM »
I understand brandon. But If I upgrade everything myself then there might be some unexpected bugs and also some memory leaks could occur too. That's why I asked the CWP developers for the upgradation. As a free panel I understand that it will take time but the upgradation of all the modules of CWP is very much needed at this moment. I also asked that if the developers could make the CWP open source in any github repository then we all will be able to contribute to this project. And in this way many new features and bugs will get fixes very fast and also testing will be done greatly. If CWP developers would do that then it will be very great for both the customers and the CWP.


Updates / Re: How to upgrade Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpmyadmin?
« on: February 07, 2015, 06:10:50 PM »
I tried that brandon. That doesn't work. The latest phpmyadmin need atleast MySQL 5.5 to run. But CWP has 5.1.17

That's why that system also doesn't work. CentOS panel developers should upgrade all structures of the web panel along with php, apache, mysql, tomcat, phpmyadmin, mod security, ftp etc. to the most recent version to provide us all the latest features and fixes.

Updates / 0.9.8 release should have these upgrades !!!
« on: February 05, 2015, 03:21:16 PM »

In the next release 0.9.8 please add the latest version of all the side software using which CentOS Web Panel Works. Please provider latest CentOS 7 Support with latest Stable MySQL Server 5.6.23 or 5.7 with the latest Stable phpMyAdmin 4.3.8 with latest Stable All PHP versions upto 5.6.5 and latest the latest apache 2.4. Also try to add the latest version of FTP File Manager and RoundCube 1.0.5 Stable. CentOS Web Panel is compiled with damn downgraded versions of these things. Please upgrade these things to the latest version for more security and stability. Also if possible upgrade the addons and modules like mod security phpsusec and csf to the latest stable version.

Thanks in advance....

Updates / Re: How to upgrade Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpmyadmin?
« on: February 04, 2015, 06:31:31 AM »
Why I will do for sure but please upgrade the whole panel : apache, php, mysql, phpmyadmin, ftp etc. to the most recent version in the latest Version 0.9.8 (coming soon) release. That will be very grateful...

Updates / Re: How to upgrade Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpmyadmin?
« on: February 02, 2015, 11:33:11 AM »
There is one thing I want to say more that after testing CentOS Web Panel I would rank it more than other free panels out there. It is a very good web panel indeed.

Why don't you guys make the web panel open source on github? This would really help all of us. We will be able to contribute to the Web Panel Core Project. I have got many ideas on how CWP can improve a lot.

We should always practice to use the most latest or recent version of any software. That's why I asked the latest versions of php, apache, mysql and phpmyadmin on the latest CWP release. Latest things comes with many security and bug fixes along with many new features. So, I think that using the most recent version of everything is the best choice.

Also make CWP CentOS 7 supported because centos 7 is the most recent release and might got huge amount of fixes.


Updates / How to upgrade Apache, PHP, MySQL & phpmyadmin?
« on: February 02, 2015, 10:59:35 AM »

I have recently installed the CentOS Panel 0.9.7 in my VPS Server. Now I want to manually upgrade my apache, PHP, MySQL and phpmyadmin because all my clients want the latest stable release.

Is there any way in which I can do so???

And please add the latest versions apache 2.4, PHP 5.6.5, MySQL 5.6.23, phpmyadmin 4.3.8 in the latest CentOS Web Panel Upgrade 0.9.8. I know upgrading the php to the latest release might create some problem to old php scripts but if it get so then please upgrade all the other things except php. MySQL, Apache & phpmyadmin deserves to be upgraded.

One thing I felt really weird about CWP is that the version 0.9.7 has been release on 08/12/2014 but still after installing the panel I see Copyright 2013 at the login page. And also about this website it says Copyright 2014 but the year running is 2015.

And have you guys decided the release date of 0.9.8???

Thanks in advance.....

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