Has anyone upgraded past 6.x Build#17?

sexy_guy

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There are alot of experimental things to upgrade to.

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Tue Apr 22 04:57:48 EDT 2003
6.x Build#20
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make email addres more user friendly <--- will this affect phpsuexec?
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Tue Apr 22 05:03:54 EDT 2003
6.x Build#21
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Tue Apr 22 05:35:39 EDT 2003
6.x Build#22
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make email work in jailshell
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Tue Apr 22 06:21:58 EDT 2003
6.x Build#23
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experimental chrooted httpd support
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Tue Apr 22 06:43:26 EDT 2003
6.x Build#24
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better chroot httpd support
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Also, i noticed a new version of Exim being downloaded last night. Its still not v4? I cannot find any reference to Exim 3.36-140 on the net so are these propritary version that Cpanel is putting out or what?
 
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howard

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I have been just assuming that it indicates the 140th revision of their exim config, and also since there are some significant differences between exim v3 and v4 i think it may not be prudent judging by the amount of problems/issues generated by the phpsuexec/nobody events that it could have a potiental to be a diaster unless there was lots of testing before hand (and personally i would hope to find a way to not require exim to be run as root although i can understand why they do)
 

jamesbond

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I haven't updated to an EDGE release, but I'm very curious as to how this ' chroot httpd ' works.

Did anyone try this feature already?