ISPConfig 2.2.36 released

ISPConfig 2.2.36 is available for download.

This ISPConfig release adds support for new Linux versions, updates PHP, ClamaV, Spamassassin and OpenSSL and fixes several bugs.

Detailed Changelog

– New: Added support for Fedora 13
– New: Added support for OpenSuSE 12.0
– New: Added an option to to NOT have the stats belong to the web concerned, but to root
– New: Added global stats user to awstats statistics
– New: Added option in to make log directories belong to root instead of the web owner (more fair concerning quota usage)
– New: Added random password for admin on installation
– Updated PHP to 5.2.13
– Updated Spamassassin to 3.3.1
– Updated ClamAV to 0.96.1
– Updated OpenSSl to 0.9.8m
– Changed: Encryption of SSL keys is now 2048 Bits
– Changed: Disable webalizer debug setting, can be enabled while actually debugging
– Changed: Cleanup of the installer and interface code.
– Changed: Removed duplicate database indexes.
– Bugfix: FS#509 – anonymous ftp should not list incoming directory
– Bugfix: correctly purge ALL old access logs from system log directory (useful if cron job might have failed to run one day)
– Bugfix: The *automatic* whitelist is not a score that can be adjusted
– Bugfix: FS#887 – Remove hardcoded server_url to allow proxying ISPConfig site
– Bugfix: Added a patch that fixed a compile problem in ClamAV on Fedora Linux 11 and below.

Changed system requirements

This release requires that you have these two new Perl modules installed on your system: NetAddr::IP and Archive::Tar

Installation instructions for the new Perl modules:


apt-get install libnetaddr-ip-perl libarchive-tar-perl


yum install perl-NetAddr-IP perl-Archive-Tar


yast -i perl-NetAddr-IP perl-Archive-Tar


urpmi perl-NetAddr-IP perl-Archive-Tar

CentOS 5.x (x86_64):

yum install perl-Archive-Tar
rpm -ivh

CentOS 5.x (i386):

yum install perl-Archive-Tar
rpm -ivh

CentOS 4.x (x86_64):

yum install perl-Archive-Tar
rpm -ivh

CentOS 4.x (i386):

yum install perl-Archive-Tar
rpm -ivh



Installation Instructions

Download the ISPConfig-2.2.36.tar.gz from

Installation on the shell as root user:

tar xvfz ISPConfig-2.2.36.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig

The installer automatically detects the installed ISPConfig version and
performs an update.

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Best Regards,

Your ISPConfig Team

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