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I have EA-7324 opened to handle this. We'll get these updated ASAP
The fixes for this are now live on the mirrors. You should be able to yum update and get the changes. Sorry for the problems, we're...
Thanks, we found the issue. We're releasing a hotfix tonight to remove the conflict.
Apologies, we did not post a changelog update on that. We're getting that done now. The only change was this below:
We did a package update yesterday with ea-nghttp2, where it was missing commits. This wasn't a scheduled release. Also, the email lists should...
This is odd. You might have an old version of ea-nghttp2 installed. Can you open a ticket so we can take a look?
We've pushed an update to fix these imap-ssl bindings. You should be able to get the update now.
We've had this report as well, and we've found some issues in our libc-client package when using IMAP-SSL functions in PHP. We've got a...
We fixed this in our latest EA3 builds (3.34.20), you can run a new build and things should start working again.
I don't believe you can 'skip' versions, but you can use yum versionlock to 'lock' those packages to those versions so they will...
My apologies on my last reply, I missed what this was about. In order to get that binary, you will need to set PHP 7.2 to use CGI inside the...
My apologies, we missed this. I've opened case EA-7010 to get this fixed. We will get this out in our next release.
Those files simply...
I'd recommend opening a ticket. That UI should not look like that, and it appears you've got more problems than just the UI.
It's that time. No, not breakfast, or lunch. It's time that we are finally defining the End of Life for EasyApache 3. EasyApache 3 will be fully...
If it can't find ea-apache24 it means there's a repo file missing. Can you verify that '/etc/yum.repos.d/EA4.repo' is there and enabled?
You have the update already :)
Can you run the following?
rpm -qa | grep ea-apache24-2.4.
If you're running 'ea-apache24-2.4.27-7.8.1', you have the update. If not, you...
We have released updates to both EA3 and EA4 to patch this CVE. Please update your systems.
So, a legit method call would be something like:
<Limit GET POST>
deny from all
allow from all
There was a pretty severe CVE released yesterday that pertains to the Apache httpd project. cPanel is preparing to release updates...