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Hello, everyone!

The EasyApache team has published EasyApache 3.20.6:

---++ 3.20.6
*2013-07-23*

Implemented Case 73441 Updated Apache 2.4 to 2.4.6

Fixed Case 73757 Restored Apache version 2.2 to =--latest-versions=

EASYAPACHE CHANGE LOG: EasyApache < AllDocumentation/ChangeLog < TWiki
EASYAPACHE RELEASE NOTES EAReleaseNotes320 < EasyApache < TWiki

NOTE: The documentation may take a few hours to sync up between the documentation servers.

Thanks,
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Laurence Simon
Technical Writer (EasyApache Team)
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Hmm. I ran EA 3.20.4 on my servers just last night (to update modsecurity). I'm running Apache 2.2.25 from that build. That ought to address CVE-2013-1896 - MEDIUM and CVE-2013-1862 - MEDIUM, which were mentioned in today's security advisory.

Is that correct? My servers all claim to be running 2.2.25. I'd rather not rebuild again if I don't have to.

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Hmm. I ran EA 3.20.4 on my servers just last night (to update modsecurity). I'm running Apache 2.2.25 from that build. That ought to address CVE-2013-1896 - MEDIUM and CVE-2013-1862 - MEDIUM, which were mentioned in today's security advisory.

Is that correct? My servers all claim to be running 2.2.25. I'd rather not rebuild again if I don't have to.

M
Same here. And also, how do you see what easyapache build your are running? I went ahead and built .6 on a server, but when I open the easyapachy page in cpanel it still offers me v3.20.6, so it seems it isn't dependent on what I have installed. Is there any way to get feedback on the installed version?
 

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Same here. And also, how do you see what easyapache build your are running? I went ahead and built .6 on a server, but when I open the easyapachy page in cpanel it still offers me v3.20.6, so it seems it isn't dependent on what I have installed. Is there any way to get feedback on the installed version?
Basically, you can just run the script based on your existing profile and at the first Apache page, it'll tell you which Apache version is available versus what version you're running. At that point, you have the option of either carrying on or just exiting.
 

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Hmm. I ran EA 3.20.4 on my servers just last night (to update modsecurity). I'm running Apache 2.2.25 from that build. That ought to address CVE-2013-1896 - MEDIUM and CVE-2013-1862 - MEDIUM, which were mentioned in today's security advisory.

Is that correct? My servers all claim to be running 2.2.25. I'd rather not rebuild again if I don't have to.

M
Hi mtindor,

Apache 2.2.25 provided by EasyApache 3.20.4 is the latest version of the PHP 2.2 series.

Yesterdays release of EasyApache 3.20.6 provided Apache 2.4.6 which is the most current version of the PHP 2.4 series.

If you are using the Apache 2.2 series then you are will have the latest version of 2.2 with EasyApache 3.20.4.

Let me know if there are any other questions I can help clear up!
 

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Hi mtindor,

Apache 2.2.25 provided by EasyApache 3.20.4 is the latest version of the PHP 2.2 series.

Yesterdays release of EasyApache 3.20.6 provided Apache 2.4.6 which is the most current version of the PHP 2.4 series.

If you are using the Apache 2.2 series then you are will have the latest version of 2.2 with EasyApache 3.20.4.

Let me know if there are any other questions I can help clear up!
Hi Scott,

Thanks for getting back to me and clearing things up for me.

Take it easy,

Mike
 

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Hello,

How can i see the cases ? so i can read what fixed and what added ?
Hi inthukha,

Below is a link to the EasyApache Change Log. This is where we list all the cases associated with each release.

EasyApache Change Log

Also check out our EasyApache Release Notes from time to time to see what new features we have added to EasyApache.

EasyApache Release Notes

Let me know if you have any more questions!