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Cpanel 11 stage 2 current

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by manuxer, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. manuxer

    manuxer Active Member

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    How can i know if the stage 2 for the cpanel 11 was released.
    I did and update today, but no apache2.
    How can i install apache2? and somebody know that stage 2 current for cpanel 11 was released?
    Thank you!
     
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    http://layer2.cpanel.net/

    version 11.7 has apache 2 support.
    So if your branche says 11.7 it has apache 2 support (for now only the edge branche)
     
  3. manuxer

    manuxer Active Member

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    Oke, i understand that, but i look at the release schedule, and today stage 2 was supposed to enter the current branch.
    The apache2 suport in the current branch is delayed?
     
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    Big change it is again but.....the day is not over yet :)
     
  5. McDuck

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    Now it reads;

    July 17, 2007 CURRENT
    July 31, 2007 CURRENT

    Looks like it will be delayed again.
     
  6. viptexting

    viptexting Well-Known Member

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    Come on are any of your even the slightest bit surprised that cPanel missed their release date again? :)

    They've been claiming it's just round the corner for 6 months or more....

    They really can't be that clueless about the development/testing time that EA3 has been delayed 5 times or so now, I think it's more likely that they will keep doing this until the final release is ready, simply so it always looks like it is just round the corner... sneaky sales tactic maybe? :)

    Either that or they are just completely incompetent... at least someone at cPanel has trouble with a simple HTML table edit so you never know!
     
  7. McDuck

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    I cant belive they still give out dates.

    At this point, they really should just write "Hopefully this year".

    Not to mention, apache 2.x is over 4 years old now....
     
  8. owine

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    Makes me think maybe EA3 will be out today but the httpd.conf generator is delayed?
     
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    viptexting Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure there will be a cPanel staff member posting soon with the usual excuses ;)
     
  10. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Keep in mind, EA3 is not just dealing with Apache 2.x. Don't think it's just an Apache 2.x thing, most of the instability issues I'm aware of aren't with EA3 and Apache 2.x, but rather other components and configurations now supported by EA3.

    After we're done rolling out 11, we're no longer posting release dates for anything.
     
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    What sort of instability issues? Can you be more specific please?
     
  12. norelidd

    norelidd Well-Known Member

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    No posting release dates is going to be an unpopular move. Posting release dates keeps you honest, and keeps your customers informed. Release dates let us put the screws to you when you're not doing your jobs.

    We pay you monthly for monthly results.
     
  13. jugo

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    My view on this is as follows:

    i'd rather it be late than it be released in haste and full of bugs.

    Monthly fee or not, I think that we need to consider that for every line of code these guys write, they have to take into consideration, system issues and the neverending threat from hackers out there that will try and break stuff just to get at the servers that cpanel controls.

    So be patient. :D
     
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    katmai Well-Known Member

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    dude ... been patient for 4 years now ..
     
  15. DReade83

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    Yep, I'm seriously considering speaking to that dude who knows how to do Apache 2 installs on cPanel servers. Unfortunately I'll lose the support from cPanel, but hey, I feel cPanel are letting me down and their customers at the minute.

    It really does suck!
     
  16. Frimon86

    Frimon86 BANNED

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    Have you tried emailing cPanel support? You should think about hiring someone to do the work for you maybe?
     
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    I don't care about release dates being given, but a changelog is needed.
     
  18. katmai

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    with cpanel i should be doing the work for myself. if i wanted to hire someone to do my apache php sql and that stuff, i would get rid of cpanel and pay my tech to work for me right?
     
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    >> After we're done rolling out 11, we're no longer posting release dates for anything.


    This would be a very welcoming move imho. With no dates, there can be no delays :)
     
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